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The History of the Chihuahua

When you look at a Chihuahua that weighs less than 2 pounds full grown, it is tough to imagine that it’s essentially a dog. That is why so many folk once assumed the rumor that Chihuahuas were some type of strange mixture of rodent and dog.

The rumour commenced after folk who traveled along the Mexican Border with Texas and Arizona over a hundred and 50 years back spotted the reproduce. The method was expounded to have concerned the mixing of little dogs and rodents. However, dime books were not the sole places where story tales about Chihuahuas were spread. While we are certain that Chihuahuas were employed in Aztec worship rites, there’s no proof so far that any were eaten. Many have been found buried with folk, so it’s possible they were fatally injured to join their owners in death. Because they are far smaller and appear to be so different from other dog breeds, a number of old other halves tales exist about these small animals. Not only would these dogs sound the alarm if anybody came near their private property, but they were sufficiently little to be welcome on board vessels of any size.

When puppies came along and they were sold to landlubbers, new owners were told the dogs just loved fish parts. However, I may say with great certainty that no Chihuahua has ever been known to give birth to a litter of kittens. Glaringly , this is inaccurate and likely came from the same folk who think that Corn is an Alien invention unfit for human consumption.

This practice lead to the concept the dogs were enchanting and could cure a range of physical issues. The licking of infections or open sores could have helped clear out microbes or infected tissues.