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  1. Arti says:

    Chihuahuas do shed moderately, but being small, there isn’t that much hair to lose. If their exercise needs are not satisfied, the dog may become anxious, neurotic, and develop a number of other behavioural problems. Chihuahuas can be timid if they are not properly socialised as puppies. They are also suited to be city pets, and special care must be taken in cold weather, but Chihuahuas are adaptable — as long as they get lots of quality time in their preferred lap. Like every dog, Chihuahuas need early socialisation — exposure to many alternative people, sights, sounds, and experiences — when they’re young, to help ensure that your Chihuahua puppy grows up to be a well-rounded dog. Chihuahuas are not recommended for homes with children under the age of eight, simply because of the chance of injury by a young child due to their tiny size. Chihu

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