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Good things come in small packages: The Chihuahua

Tom

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Molly my 14 yr old rescue helping me work on a table downstairs. :D
 

Forest Cat

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If you do, I suggest you stop at 2. :D More is great but the logistics get complicated and vet expenses can be really high.

I'll just pretend that was a typo and that you meant to say stop at 20. :D But yeah, the veterinary bills and logistics of it all may be too much with 20 of them.
 

Aspychata

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For a short time we had a chihuahua russell terrier mix. Scary intelligent, very surprising how smart she was. We set up a enrichment course for our two little ones. She ran thru it twice, without us showing her anything. She took off one day across the street to confront some huge dog. If she wasn't leashed, watch out.
 

Tom

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Molly (14) and Momo (15), just having dinner. Dog food, potato, green beans and a little lean beef. Beef goes in seconds. ;) It;s nice when they live a good long while. I am on a facebook Chihuahua group and it's amazing how many can post pics of their Chis reaching late teen birthdays. Today saw one that was 18.
 

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