Animal Stories - Long-haired Chihuahua

Animal-World Information about: Long-haired Chihuahua

   The Long-haired Chihuahua is a classy little dog, full of personality and spunk.
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Gemma Phillips - 2015-09-08
Hi, I have two long haired Chihuahuas looking for a loving home. I'm only selling due to a new job. Where are you situated and are you still looking to buy? Please feel free to contact me via the e-mail provided. Many thanks Gemma

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  • rondee horn - 2015-09-18
    Do you still need a home for your long haired chi? Do you have a picture? What is the color, weight, age, and health of the dogs? We live in Benton KY, where are you located? We lost our Daisy in May, we have a fenced yard lovely home and only the two of us, we keep our pets inside.
  • Anonymous - 2015-10-01
    Call 336 639 8023 Sandra 14
Yvette Tyrra - 2015-08-05
Super cute tea cup Yorkie puppies for adoption are still available for any lovey home. We have two puppies for adoption, one male and one female. Vet checked, AKC registered and disease free. They are 11 weeks old now. Will be coming with all health papers .i am using my friends account so text/call if you are interested in them..(540) 300-8476

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  • Sandra - 2015-10-01
    I'm disabled I had a Yorkie she was 15 dead last year old age and been looking for another one so will not be so alone ! How much please tell me no more then 400 thank you call me at 336 639 8025 wanted to get one this Sunday
rondee horn - 2015-09-18
My husband and I are looking for a one, two or three year old long haired chi good health, house broke. Male or female. We live in Benton KY. please contact us if you have one for sale. Thanks, We would like to see a picture.

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  • Amber B. - 2015-09-27
    We recently adopted a beautiful ginger long haired chihuahua, 2 yrs old, incredibly sweet, fully potty trained, couldn't ask for a better dog. The problem? We adopted her as a playmate for our somewhat rambunctious 1yr old long haired doxie mix and she is completely overwhelmed by her. I absolutely love her but I think our wild pup and busy household isn't what she needs. She would do well in a quieter home with no other dogs. She isn't aggressive, she's just not interested in other dogs. I'm in California so I'm not sure if I can even help you. I'd be happy to send a pic if you provide an email.
Daphika - 2015-06-23
I want to adopt/buy a long haired chihuahua. . I love dogs soo much.. I've lost my lovely two dogs (female-15yrs and male-10yrs) due to old age.. now I soo sooo want to have atleast one chihuahua.. the house feels soo empty without anyone of them... Please do email me if there's anyong who can either sell or give for adoption. .

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  • Gemma - 2015-09-08
    Hi,I have two long haired chihuahuas who need a loving home due to new work commitments. Are you still looking to buy and where are you situated? Please feel free to contact me via the e-mail provided for more information. Many thanks Gemma
Dick Varner - 2015-08-08
We adopted two long hairs from a breeder friend near Sacramento , California. A male, Boogie and his sister Daisy Mae. Very interesting breed! Very stubborn yet anxious to please. Obedient but in their own way and on their terms. Playful and very loving. Positive reinforcement is the ONLY WAY they can be trained. Corporal punishment, like the animal abuser above uses, will never work in a positive way with these dogs! Super intelligent and almost spooky pre cognizant abilities. Yes, they do shed and do require monthly bathing. These two tend to have sensitive skin. Diet wise, they'll eat anything. Fruit, veggies, beef, fish and poultry. I cook for them and our other canine due to all of the toxic and trash ingredients in commercially prepared foods. Overall, they are a high maintenance breed and require a lot of love. Very protective, especially the female! Contrary to the breed description, these two get along very well with the chow/golden retriever mix female we have. She does her best to tolerate them but would rather they leave her alone. Would I do it over again? Not without a great deal of consideration! Now, to the person who beats his dogs: shame on you!!! If you do not have the patience to raise a dog then you should not have them. There is no good excuse under the sun to ever beat an animal, regardless of the type of animal or circumstances. That kind of behavior is not acceptable in our culture and that should be a global distinction. You deserve to be thoroughly bashed around by someone 30 times your size. Yes, you are about 30 times as big as a chihuahua!!! If I knew where to find you, I would report you to the authorities and provide a copy of your statement from this forum. In the end, God will ultimately give you your just reward for being cruel to your pets. He doesn't like that very much either! Shame on you Mr Big Man!

Robert Brandow - 2015-07-24
My little Daisy died when she was 20 yrs old I'm my wife's arms.Even though she was the smallest and oldest pet we had,she ruled the roost.From day one she slept with my wife and I.Typical of that breed she was fearless not afraid of anything.One Sunday we had just came home from bringing my son to work.We let Daisy out and she took off running unbeknown to us our neighbor 3 German Shepards were in our yard.Well you guessed it she had those 3 dogs running back to their house.she was the best I hope I see her again love you Daisy my girl.

Wendy Flora - 2015-05-21
I have 2 long haired chihuahua's James Dean[father] and Willie Brown [son].They have gotten along great since Willie, the son was born which was about 3 years ago.Now they are always fighting and eventually have to be seperated.About 2 months ago as a result of a fight,Willie bit Jimmie's ear and he had to have surgery.They are both house trained but have regressed to having a pissing contest in the house.The vet suggested having one or both of them fixed which is something we really don't want to do.We love them to death...Besides the vets suggestion we're looking for other options....PLEASE HELP US

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  • Clarice Brough - 2015-05-22
    It does sound like they are trying to establish an 'alpha' dog position, and are in competition with one another.  Of course, your vet suggests neutering to eliminate that natural male dog instinct. Not sure how else you can get that natural behavior to deminish other than restricting their time together.
  • Darlene - 2015-05-30
    I've trained all dogs for 22 years. The option other than neutering is YOU becoming the alpha. I have two full chis. and also a full German shepherd male in my home. We all live under the same roof and live happily together,however each of my boys have a deep respect of me. I need to make something very clear I NEVER raise a hand or my voice to any of them. Just my presence keeps them in me if you need help.
  • Clarice Brough - 2015-05-31
    That's great Darlene, so what techniques do you use to become the alpha presence?
Rui de Mendonca - 2014-05-15
I own a long coat Chihuahua and I want to ask the experts when they get their full coat. I am keeping back Chihuahua a 15 week old long coat Chihuahua which I would like to show. Could you please advise me, I will be very grateful?

Kind regards


South Africa 

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  • Anonymous - 2015-05-10
    @ 1 yr what my vet told me,i give half t.vegetable oil for his coat daily in horses feed too it keeps their skin from being dry
David Bjorge - 2014-06-20
I just lost my little buddy ( Hoss ) three weeks ago. He was very smart and never barked. He didn't care for people much, but he loved other dogs. He was eleven years old. I miss him very very much!

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  • Bunny - 2014-12-18
    I am so sorry for your loss. I just lost my Chiweenie 2wks ago. Hit by a car( he was a runner) Yesterday I became the Mama to a long haired Chi. OMG is he wonderful., all 2lbs of him. We a new parents to a long hair but he has eased the pain and is turning sorrow into joy. May I suggest...... Don't wait
Jhenna Lance - 2014-09-22
I adopted this beautiful long haired chihuahua from the SPCA June 16,2014. She has been nothing but a blessing in our family after our first child passed away last Christmas I was in need of something to lift my spirits. I was only tagging along with a friend of mine to adopt her new cat I walked the the dog kennels and saw this beautiful little golden fluff ball sitting in her blankets with one eye out observing everything. I fell in love. I called the bank and told them it was an emergency I needed them to cover the funds and -$300 dollars later and some strong convincing of my husband she was mine. She has played such a big role in our healing process and has become my baby. She has the best temperament and is so calm I can take her anywhere and she'll just fall asleep in my lap. Everyone is amazed at just how well tempered and patient she is. Not the typical yapping and ankle bitting chihuahua you usually see. And despite my husband being strongly against keeping her he has fallen in love with her as well. She is now my certified emotional support dog and is rarely not with me. My izabelle is the best thing that ever happened to me and has given me the hope and strength I needed on the days I didn't think I had it in me.