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Types of Chiwawa

Apple Headed Chihuahuas
Apple Headed Chihuahuas

An apple head Chihuahua is the breed's specimen par excellence. In other words, it conforms to breed standard and, therefore, reflects what one should expect to see when the word "Chihuahua" comes to mind. In other words, it is the poster child for the Chihuahua dog breed.

Deer Headed Chihuahuas
Deer Headed Chihuahuas

A deer head Chihuahua cannot compete in the show ring, but many people desire this dog for its sweet, deer-like face and long, elegant legs. Muzzle The most obvious difference in the deer head chihuahua can be seen in its muzzle.

Fawn Chihuahua
Fawn Chihuahua

The Chihuahuas that pranced into the public eye in movies such as "Legally Blonde" and commercials such as Taco Bell ads have made fawn the color most commonly associated with the tiniest dog breed. The little Chihuahua comes in a big range of colors, though, with all accepted by the American Kennel Club.

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Long Coat Chihuahua
Long Coat Chihuahua

Long haired Chihuahuas can live well into their teens with a good quality of life. Coat Growth Long coated Chihuahuas can take a little time to get their full coats, sometimes up to 14-24 months of age.

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Pear Headed Chihuahua
Pear Headed Chihuahua

The difference between a pear-headed Chihuahua and an apple-headed Chihuahua is the shape of the skull. An apple-headed Chihuahua has a round, domed skull resembling an apple. The pear-headed, or deer, shape is flatter on top with a longer muzzle, resembling a pear more than an apple.

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Smooth Coat Chihuahua
Smooth Coat Chihuahua

The smooth-coat Chihuahua will need only occasional brushing and regular baths to look dapper, while the longhaired variety should have his coat brushed at least once a week to avoid any tangles or mats. Both varieties should have their nails trimmed regularly. Good dental care is necessary and should include brushing your dog’s teeth, and the vet might also recommend treats designed as part ...

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Teacup Chihuahuas
Teacup Chihuahuas

Chihuahuas that are called Teacup Chihuahuas are smaller sized versions of the original dog, and it is also an American term to describe the size of the dog. These Teacups are named after the fact that they can fit inside a teacup.