The Mexican Hairless Dog

The Mexican Hairless Dog

The Mexican hairless dog, Xoloitzcuintle or Xolo is a breed of dog that is hairless. This breed has many different sizes -  miniature, toy, and standard size. They have many types of coats too. This breed can range in weight from about 10 pounds to 50 pounds. The Mexican hairless dog looks very similar to the Pharaoh Hound. They are really sleek; they have eyes that are almond-shaped, bat-like ears, longer necks than most dogs and they are of course, hairless.

The Mexican hairless are really intelligent dogs and easy to train. They are sensitive, kind and are very social. They love to hunt and they are inquisitive. If you have a large yard, then you can give this dog a great home because they are full of energy and love to play.

Having any dog can be a challenge at times. However, when you have a Mexican hairless dog you will find that they are loving creatures who love to be around people. They are always eager to please, which makes training easy. Basically, these dogs make for amazing family dogs as they are very friendly with children. The Mexican hairless dog or the Xolo is a great choice for a family or for a single person who can give it the attention and exercise it needs.

 

 



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