Welcome to Animal Digest. This video is about the Pros and Cons of owning a Chihuahua. The Chihuahua breed is native to Mexico and is currently the smallest dog breed in the world. They are usually known for their big ears, pointed muzzle, and large eyes. The best way to characterize Chihuahuas is «little and fierce.» Chihuahua’s personality varies. A Chihuahua size makes the breed perfect for small space living such as an apartment or condominium or home with small backyards.
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