12 Realities New Chihuahua Owners Must Accept

With its big eyes, big ears, and bigger-than-life attitude, the Chihuahua is the epitome of cocky canine in a petite package.

chihuahua 13This pint-sized pooch is master of his universe and fears nothing, characteristics that make him a most suitable pet for some people and the worst possible choice for others.

But a sudden spurt of popularity as the Taco Bell dog has brought notoriety, and demand for the tough and intelligent dogs has increased.

In lots of ways, bringing a new Chihuahua pup to your home is a lot like bringing home a newborn human baby.

If you are bringing a Chihuahua home, you will want to know what to expect as far as behavior how this dog will interact with you.

Check out the twelve realities new chihuahua owners must accept on the next page… and see if you can relate!

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766 thoughts on “12 Realities New Chihuahua Owners Must Accept

  1. I’ve had chihuahuas since childhood so I know all about these little monsters. The bed situation is THE WORST. My current chihuahua will lie right in the middle of the part of the bed where I’m supposed to be. If I move her she gets a pissy look on her face. My advice to new chihuahua owners would be to be prepared to not sleep well (if you plan on letting your chi sleep with you) until you find something that works for you.

  2. Love my chi…best dog ever, loves kids and people, never aggressive, not a yappy. barker, well behaved, 12 years of love and more to come! Raise them right, and you will love your chi so much!

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