Xoloitzcuintli, Mexican Hairless dog, Xoloitzcuintle, or simply Xolo.
HISTORY: This dog has roots that dwell times before America were discovered by Columbus . The dog was used for a spread of purposes including food and sacrifice, companionship and hunting, as a watchdog and for medicinal purposes also . The dog originates in Central America, particularly Mexico. Artifacts depicting the dog appear in tombs of the Aztec, the Maya, and therefore the Colima Indians. The breed has three variations: standard, miniature, and toy sizes. There also are coated varieties albeit the dog’s nickname is that the “hairless” dog. This version of the breed is understood because the “Xolo.
TEMPERAMENT: The 3,000-year-old Xoloitzcuintli (pronounced "show-low-eats-QUEENT-lee"), the ancient Aztec dog of the gods, is today a charming, loving, sweet companion and vigilant watchdog.
HEALTH HISTORY: LOW: A healthy, resilient breed, Xolos have no genetic health issues specific to the breed, a rarity in the dog world.
PRICES: Start from $1300 with 1 year money back guarantees.
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