There are many reasons to consider size, temperament, cost, lifestyle, space and more when welcoming a new dog into your home. The biggest decision facing future pet owners is to choose the type of dog they choose. Yes, dogs make loving and great companions but there are a few more things to keep in mind. Will this dog breed play well with my kids? Will it be matched with another dog or animal in the house? Does this dog breed need a lot of practice?
Dogs, like humans, have distinct personalities, which makes it even more important than before to decide what kind of breed you want to bring to your life.
Take a look the Xoloitzcuintli feature. The Xoloitzcuintli is also called the Mexican hairless or just Xolo (pronounced “show-low”). Xolo is one of the oldest and rarest dogs in the world with a deep history and stored past. The 3,000-year-old (some even say 4,000-year-old!) is an ancient Aztec dog.
Xolos come in three sizes: Toy (at least 10 through 14 inches height), Miniature (height: 14 through 18 inches) or Standard size (height: 18 through 23 inches). Their weight ranges from 10 to 50 pounds.