Chihuahua Breeders Pell City AL

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Sewanee's Rolls Rinkles
(205) 525-5939
185 Rivercrest Ln
Vincent, AL
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Chinese Shar-Pei

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Wingshot Kennels
(256) 404-1384; (256) 404-1749
245 Lakeside Lane
Alpine, AL
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Vizsla

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Your Next Best Friend
(256) 894-4477
Crossville, AL
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Rottweiler

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Hilltop Airedales
(256) 766-0193
3505 Helton Dr
Florence, AL
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Airedale Terrier

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Park Ave
(251) 928-3074
16318 River Park Rd
Fairhope, AL
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Dogue De Bordeaux

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DJM Ranch
(205) 467-0347
5175 Pinedale Rd
Springville, AL
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Anatolian Shepherd Dog

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Dixieland Dalmatian
(205) 993-4698
2284 Nix Rd
Phil Campbell, AL
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Dalmatian

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Country Boys Great Danes
(334) 488-1366
21407 Babbie Rd
Andalusia, AL
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Great Dane

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South Heart Havanese
(205) 424-9711
8710 Circle Dr
Bessemer, AL
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Havanese

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Cut Above The Rebelstar Kennels, A
(256) 233-1144
23863 Al Highway 251
Toney, AL
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Poodle, Standard

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Chihuahua - Guide to Chihuahuas

Description: There is no arguing that the Chihuahua is the smallest of all dogs, but there is plenty of disagreement about its origins. Some claim that the breed was developed in Egypt over 3000 years ago, while others claim he is native to the Western hemisphere and evolved in Mexico. Some argue that perhaps the dog came to Mexico from the Mediterranean area during the Spanish Conquest, and yet others believe it arrived in Mexico as litttle as only 100 years with Chinese traders. Despite the confusion, the breed was discovered in Chihuahua, Mexico by American tourists in the 19th century who then brought the breed back to the States. It was later crossed with other toy breeds (possibly the Pomeranian or the Pekingese) to create the Long-Coated variety. The Chihuahua enjoys the pampered life and is content in an apartment with occasional exercise.

Height: The height of a Chihuahua is between 6 - 9" (15.2 - 22.9cm)

Weight: Average weight for a Chihuahua is just 2 to 6 pounds (1-3 kg), although some are only 1 lb (0.5 kg).

Coat Type: The original short-coated Chihuahua variety has a short, smooth, glossy coat. The long-coated variety has a longer, soft coat which may be straight, wavy or curly. Grooming needs for the short-haired variety are minimal; the long-haired coat does require occasional brushing to keep the coat clean and free of mats. The short-coat Chihuahua needs extra protection from the elements in harsher, colder environments.

Temperament: The Chihuahua was developed primarily as a human companion, and as such he makes a good pet for the stay-at-home type. He is a jaunty, clever little dog and makes a good watch dog as well.

Health Problems: Chihuahuas are prone to several health issues which include hydrocephalus, epilepsy, seizure disorders, hypoglycemia and eye infections / injury among others. This breed is the only one to have a molera - or soft spot on its head which the Chihuahua is born with. Over time, it sho...

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