Chihuahua are my favorite animal in this world. Chihuahuas are incredibly unique in so many ways. No other dog can compare to a Chihuahua. There are multiple reasons why Chihuahuas are the perfect pet. Chihuahuas are very small, have outstanding personalities in their lives, and an extraordinary history. The man and the dog come together. In the first place, dogs have a connection with people on the hunting trail, although, dogs could have helped people for many years. Man’s best friend has provided safety, friendship, and hunting benefits from the day of the early human resolution, in which dogs and humans became excellent friends. “The history and origin of the Chihuahua is a debate fuelled by much speculation and theory. It is …show more content…
Not to mention, they were used for plenty of jobs by people, like herding livestock, pulling carts, to catch varmints, scaring away animals, and hunting predators. Because of these thing, chihuahuas are more than just a beautiful pet to play with. Chihuahuas have outstanding personality’s. They are very respectful, if you treat them nicely, then Chihuahuas won’t bite or bark at you. Accordingly, you need to be responsible and earn the Chihuahua’s respect by taking care of them, petting them in a friendly manner, giving them food and water every day, giving them a bath so they won’t sink, picking up their poop, brushing their teeth so that could have fresh breath, and giving medicine to the Chihuahuas when they get sick, like throwing up or a fever. In addition, their bed, must also be clean and fluffy so the Chihuahuas can sleep peacefully at night and that’s how to get the Chihuahuas respect. Chihuahuas are very playful and get entertained easily, and by just playing with them, they won’t get bored. Simply going to the park to play frisbee, throwing a ball or a stick so the Chihuahuas could play catch with their mouth, and makes them more than overjoyed. Chihuahuas are entertaining, they make adorable faces that will always make you laugh and smile, they are always doing strange things, which are truly amazing to witness It’s impossible not to be entertained by them with the way they act. Then just barking at you
When we are born, we are given characteristics that we cannot control which impact our social identity and how other people view and stereotype us in this world. As David Myers notes in his essay, Ingroup and Outgroup, “Once established, prejudice is maintained largely by its own social inertia. If prejudice is social... then people follow the path of least social resistance… conform to the social fashion… a need to be liked and accepted.” Prejudices influenced by a society heavily impacts a culture as it inhibits growth and progression. Suspicion and poor stereotypes are administered to social groups which are heavily ingrained and nearly impossible to release ourselves from that stereotype. That is the life a Hispanic must lead within the
For hundreds of years, some people have believed in creatures that they've seen but are not proven yet by scientists. In America, there are a couple of sightings seen by the people. Sightings of bigfoot are reported every year by the people who lives near the woods but no one really knows if they really exist or not. Sightings of the lochness monster are reported by the people who goes to the lake every time but it is really hard to believe it because dinosaurs were extinct thousands of years ago.
This has led to the belief that dogs can provide company, affection and support to people who are going through a difficult time or who feel lonely. Dogs have aided humans in tasks such as hunting, livestock herding, and guarding. However, as society moved from small rural communities to increasingly large metropolitan areas, the dog’s role changed. Throughout the years a more specific type of
Dogs have been domesticated for over 10,000 years. Food from the humans would bring the dogs to them, and the dogs would bark at predators when they came so the people started to feed the dogs to keep them around. In the 1’st century AD in China Roman mosaics show evidence of the present day Pekingese and Roman ladies also had lap dogs. They believe the dogs warmth cures stomach aches. The earliest evidence of any domesticated dog is a jawbone found in Iraq in a cave about 12,000 years ago. We know it is a jawbone of a dog because a jawbone of a wolf is smaller and the teeth is smaller.
The movie Juarez, starring Paul Muni, Bette Davis, Brian Aherne and Claude Rains, has the perfect story line. There’s action, love, violence and heartbreak, but most importantly, it brings attention to a piece of history that is rarely recognized: monarchs in Mexico.
They were being mainly used as gun dogs in the war. Gun dogs are a category of dog breeds that are used to assist hunters to find and retrieve game, and the Labrador Retrievers were especially useful for this because they are born with a natural knack for retrieving.
After all they can be trained to be nice. Pit bulls are not that hard to train. Once you train them they will listen to you. Some don´t have to be trained if they are already nice. That is one way.
Mexico is a populous country with more than 120 million people ("Mexico Guide"). 60 percent of the population is mestizo (Amerindian-Spanish), 30 percent is Amerindian or predominantly Amerindian, and 10 percent is white and other ("Mexico Guide"). According to the article, "Mexican Culture: Customs & Traditions," Spanish is spoken by the majority, with 92.7 percent of the Mexican population (Zimmermann). This is the result of Spain colonized Mexico during the 16th and 17th centuries. Before that, Mexicans used the Maya and Aztec languages, which explains why some small Mexican groups today still speak indigenous languages, such as Mayan, Nahuatl and other regional languages (Zimmermann).
Sometimes, he’s reclusive, and naps fill his day. When Coop isn’t feeling hermit-like, he’s energetic and playful; he tends to smile and bark when he gets excited. Buddyfruit is exuberant and attentive. He’s the leader of his pack, consisting of an old, crotchety Shih Tzu and a youthful, lively Chihuahua Terrier. His loyalty shines through in his protectiveness over his family and his owner; he never leaves their side. Much like Buddyfruit, Cooper is exceedingly loyal. He is quick to snap at anyone who could potentially harm his family, so when meeting new people, he is investigative and reluctant to trust them. Once he sees there’s no threat and the newcomer is a friend, he will vie for their attention. Buddyfruit, however, is quick to warm up to new people. He loves rolling onto his back and waiting for a belly rub when he meets someone new. Buddyfruit and Cooper are well-mannered, and avid listeners. They both know a few tricks. Sit, shake, beg, and roll over are just a few to
Chihuahuas originated from Mexico and are now currently the 29th most popular dog breed in the world. Though they are tiny, chihuahuas are proved to be more intelligent than other big dogs and have a very long lifespan of ten to twenty years or longer, and they can grow up to be six to nine inches tall! Their average weight it three to six pounds, and they are excellent companion dogs for forming a strong bond with their owners. Even though the chihuahuas are the smallest dog breed out of all breeds they have a huge background and history to their origins.
Our part one article with the first five fun facts about Chihuahuas might have made you seriously consider getting a new puppy for your household. To really convince you to add a new member to your household, we have finally returned with part two! Read on to discover all the perks and surprises that this breed has to offer with our top five fun facts that you didn’t know about Chihuahuas!
Chihuahuas are one of the cutest and yippiest breeds of dogs, and we are here to give you the full scoop. Whether you are in the market for a new pup, have a Chihuahua, or just love dogs, you will have lots of fun reading our fun facts about these precious little doggies. Read on to find out all of the little kinks and quirks this pup has to offer! Be sure to come back for our part two article, featuring the top five fun facts that you didn’t know about Chihuahuas!
These small toy dogs are great as pets and you can go almost anywhere with them with relative ease due to their small size making them easy to carry. Chihuahuas are originally from Mexico and they get their name from the state of Chihuahua in Mexico after which they are named. They are believed to have originated from a mix of native dogs and other small dog breeds from Asia. The Chihuahua might be the smallest do in terms of breed, but make no mistake; they are full of life and can actually bully even their owners if they are not well trained and socialized from an early age. When getting a Chihuahua, get a puppy so that you can be able to train them according to how you desire.
The Chihuahua dog breed steals everyone’s heart with its adorable look, small size, and fierce personality. But they are delicate balls of fur, and they need a lot of special care since the moment they are born. If you happen to expect a litter of newborn Chihuahua puppies, you might be wondering what to do. Read on to find out.
Cute, fun, loving, cuddly, outgoing; these are only a few words to describe the animals that we have come to know and love as a part of our families. Dogs have been man’s best friend for hundreds of years and were the first animal to be domesticated because they are great as companions, highly intelligent, and were found to be very useful in human’s everyday lives. Even though they made excellent house pets they were highly successful at working side by side humans as well. They are not limited to being just best friends, but they have been found to be protectors and saviors as well, to their owners, others people and even other dogs too. One type of working dogs in