Hier erfahrt ihr alles, was ihr schon immer über die beliebte Rasse wissen wolltet! Geschichte des Chihuahuas. Der Name Chihuahua leitet sich von der. Der Chihuahua [tʃiˈwawa] ist eine von der FCI anerkannte mexikanische Hunderasse (FCI-Gruppe 9, Sektion 6, Standard Nr. ). Er ist die kleinste. Mit maximal drei Kilo ist auch das Gewicht des Chihuahua handlich. Allerdings sind Chihuahuas keinesfalls dafür geeignet, in der Handtasche getragen zu.
Chihuahua: Rassemerkmale, Erziehung, Pflege & ErnährungDer Chihuahua (auch kurz „Chi“ genannt) gilt als die kleinste Hunderasse der Welt. Trotz seiner Größe, ist dieser Hund für seinen mutigen und. Chihuahuas benötigen trotz ihrer Größe wie jeder Hund eine konsequente Erziehung. Besonders der junge Chihuahua ist ein wahrer Charmeur im Einfordern. Der Chihuahua [tʃiˈwawa] ist eine von der FCI anerkannte mexikanische Hunderasse (FCI-Gruppe 9, Sektion 6, Standard Nr. ). Er ist die kleinste.
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Pentuneuvonta — Kun etsit rekisteröityä chihuahuan pentua! Liity jäseneksi! Lue lisää jäseneduista ja liity jäseneksi! Compared to most of Mexico, the state has a higher percentage of Protestants.
By the late s, some 7, had immigrated to Chihuahua State and Durango State, almost all from Canada, only a few from the U.
They are a largely insular community that speaks a form of German and wear traditional clothing. They own their own businesses in various communities in Chihuahua, and account for about half of the state's farm economy, excelling in cheese production.
Chihuahua along with Baja California is the only state in Mexico to have two cities ranked in the top 20 most populated. An estimated Estimated The current government of the state was established officially by the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States in The state government is divided into three branches: the legislative branch, the judicial branch, and the executive branch.
The government is centrally located in the state capital Chihuahua City. The legislative branch consists of an elected assembly of representatives to form the state congress.
The congress is composed of 33 deputies, of which 22 are directly elected to represent each of the 22 districts in the state.
In addition 11 deputies are elected by system of proportional representation through a list of registered political party members.
Deputies are elected every three years and cannot be reelected consecutively. The judicial branch is led by the Supreme Tribunal of Justice which is constituted of 15 magistrate judges.
The judges are appointed by the governor and approved by the state congress. The executive branch is headed by the governor of the state, who is elected for one term of six years on the fourth day of October every election year.
Governors are not eligible to be reelected due to constitutional one-term limitation. The state is represented at the federal level in the Congress of the Union by three senators and nine deputies representatives.
The deputies serve three-year terms and are elected in federal elections. The senators serve six-year terms and are elected in federal elections.
Chihuahua is subdivided into 67 municipios municipalities. The state has the 12th -largest state economy in Mexico, accounting for 2. According to official federal statistical studies, the service sector accounted for the largest portion of the state economy at During the s after NAFTA was signed, industrial development grew rapidly with foreign investment.
Large factories known as maquiladoras were built to export manufactured goods to the United States and Canada. Today, most of the maquiladoras produce electronics, automobile, and aerospace components.
There are more than companies operating under the federal IMMEX or Prosec program in Chihuahua. The large portion of the manufacturing sector of the state is factories divided into 25 industrial parks accounting for Small business employs the largest portion of the population.
As of [update] , the state's economy employed , people, which accounted for 3. Guerrero , which have a minimum wage of Agriculture is a relatively small component of the state's economy and varies greatly due to the varying climate across the state.
The state ranked first in Mexico for the production of the following crops: oats , chile verde , cotton , apples , pecans , and quince.
The state has an important dairy industry with large milk processors throughout the state. Delicias is home to Alpura , the second-largest dairy company in Mexico.
The state has a large logging industry ranking second in oak and third in pine in Mexico. The mining industry is a small but continues to produce large amounts of minerals.
The state ranked first place in the country for the production of lead with 53, metric tons. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. State of Mexico.
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Subtropical Highland Cfb. Humid Subtropical Cwa. Steppe BSk. Cool Desert BWk. Hot Desert BWh. Flora and fauna of Chihuahua Cynomys ludovicianus Felis concolor Aphelocoma wollweberi Bison bison Aquila chrysaetos Meleagris gallopavo Crotalus scutulatus Antilocapra americana Ursus americanus Odocoileus hemionus Populus tremuloides Opuntia engelmannii Agave palmeri Ariocarpus fissuratus Pinus engelmannii.
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The majority of Chihuahuas are healthy little dogs, but there are some genetic issues that can affect the breed. You should choose your dog from a breeder who routinely does genetic health screenings on all breeding stock to ensure that the puppies they produce are as genetically sound as possible.
Some of the issues that can possibly affect the Chihuahua include potential heart problems patent ductus arteriosus, mitral valve disease , eye disease, and patellar luxation loose kneecaps.
Idiopathic epilepsy is also known to occur in the breed. Likenesses of Chihuahua-like dogs decorate the artifacts of lost civilizations around the world.
Trading among ancient cultures was more widespread than commonly assumed, so it is no surprise that similar dog types took root in far-flung places.
How the Chihuahua type first came to the peoples of Mexico, however, is a secret of prehistory. The Aztecs conquered the Toltecs in the 12th century.
Historians credit the Aztecs with refining the Techichi into a smaller, lighter dog. But the hardy little dogs lived on in remote villages and, in the mids, when Americans began to take an interest in the breed, they found many specimens in the State of Chihuahua.
So it was that this survivor of two lost civilizations gained worldwide fame as the Chihuahua. The first AKC-registered Chihuahua, a little guy named Beppie, was recorded in The famous bandleader Xavier Cugat did much to popularize Chihuahuas in the s and 50s.
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They're still Chihuahuas, they're still plenty small, and they make sturdier pets. We've already talked about different sizes.
Chihuahuas also come in different coats short and long , different head types applehead and deerhead , and different body types cobby build and deer build.
Officially, Chihuahuas come in two varieties: Smooth Coat shorthaired and Long Coat longhaired. Unofficially, Chihuahuas actually come in SIX coats, because the two varieties have three "versions" apiece:.
Do Smooth Coats and Long Coats have different temperaments? I find many NOT ALL! Long Coats to be milder-mannered and more willing to please.
Most Chihuahuas I've seen competing in agility and obedience have been Long Coats. But I do love my quirky Smooth Coat rescue!
Chihuahua clubs will tell you there is only one proper head type: a large rounded skull known as an apple head. The curvature begins at the back of the skull, arcs over the skull between the ears, and drops vertically down between the eyes to join the muzzle at about a degree angle.
Usually that muzzle is shortish, and rather broad and blunted. However, shortish can be carried to extremes. Some Chihuahua show lines have such short, blunt muzzles that they make snorting sounds.
Not good. Although the Chihuahua clubs wish it weren't so This Chihuahua head is flatter on top, rather than domed. Instead of having an abrupt vertical drop between the eyes, there is a gradual slope from the top of the head down between the eyes and continuing along a longer, pointier, foxier muzzle.
This head is not correct for showing in the conformation ring. But it's fine for any other activity obedience, agility, etc.
Deer again? Yes, it's a bit confusing, but deer can describe a head shape see above or a body shape. Some Chihuahuas are rather chunky and short-legged.
This is known as a cobby build and you'll see a lot of them in show lines. It's fine in moderation, but if taken to extremes, it can result in squat Chihuahuas with curved legs and joint problems.
This cute Chihuahua, all bundled for cold weather, has both a deer head and a deer build. Other Chihuahuas are more slender and longer-legged.
This is known as a deer build and these dogs are often athletic and agile. But if taken to extremes, it can resemble a teeny tiny greyhound with long spindly legs.
So in Chihuahuas, deer can refer to a slim, leggy build, or a flat-skulled, long-nosed head. Some Chihuahuas have both a deer-like build and a deer-like head.
Others have one deer-like feature, but not the other. Technically, Chihuahuas need very little outdoor exercise, so they're perfect dogs for owners who don't have a fenced yard.
But truthfully Chihuahuas love to have a safe place to run and play on the grass, just like larger dogs do.
And they adore half-mile walks around the block. Keep your Chihuahua on-leash! Even if you felt that your particular dog would stay with you, there are far too many dangers lurking for a dog of this size.
Most Chihuahuas need very little obedience training. They need to learn only a few basic words, like No, Yes, Come, Wait, and Okay. Some individuals are easy to train, while others are a bit more stubborn.
No is particularly important because you need to be able to stop your Chihuahua from barking and from acting suspiciously or aggressively toward strangers and other dogs.
As important as those few words and commands are, housebreaking is even more important. Chihuahuas need to learn where to go to the bathroom, and where not to go — and this can be biggest training challenge in this breed.
As a behavioral consultant, the Chihuahua is firmly on my Top 5 list of hardest breeds to housebreak.
If you live in a cold or rainy climate, housebreaking will be especially difficult, because Chihuahuas hate both the cold and the rain. In these climates, a COVERED potty area is strongly recommended.
Sometimes a doggy door is necessary so your Chihuahua can run outside the moment he feels the urge in his tiny bladder.
An indoor litterbox is another option. All of these housebreaking options are detailed in my puppy training book, Respect Training For Puppies.
Most Chihuahuas are naturally reserved with strangers. In fact, many Chihuahuas will put on a display of excited ferociousness "they pitch a fit" when other people approach what the Chihuahua considers to be "his.
It sounds funny, but it's not. If you don't stop this behavior dead in its tracks, your Chihuahua may end up disliking everyone in the world, which is a short step to biting when someone unwittingly instrude on "his" space.
Raising a Chihuahua properly means making it clear to him that yes, he can be aloof or suspicious — but without letting everyone within earshot know about it, and without progressing to threats.
It's up to YOU to draw and enforce the line. Fortunately, there also exist Chihuahuas who are standoffish, but who will eventually approach people in their own good time, especially if the person isn't pushy or insistent.
And some Chihuahuas are very friendly right from the get-go and will go to anyone. I never recommend keeping a Chihuahua with children under the age of about 10, no matter how well-meaning the child.
Younger children cannot help being clumsy, and that a child "meant well" is little solace to a Chihuahua who has been accidentally stepped on, sat on, squeezed, hit with an errant ball, or dropped down the stairs or onto the concrete patio.
In addition, most Chihuahuas feel overwhelmed by the loud voices and quick movements that children can't help making, and stress and fearfulness even defensive biting may be the result.
But you should be careful about mixing them with larger dogs. If you want to try this, be sure you can read dogs accurately, and be sure the other dog is quiet, gentle, and well behaved.
A big bouncy dog can hurt a Chihuahua by accident. I would not mix a Chihuahua with a breed whose heritage is chasing prey animals.
Chihuahuas can look like prey animals, especially when they move quickly. This can trigger instinctive chasing behavior in breeds such as medium to large terriers, sighthounds, and northern spitz breeds like Alaskan Malamutes and Akitas.
If possible, you should keep a Chihuahua with another small breed, ideally another Chihuahua. This breed is unusual in that it usually recognizes and strongly prefers being with another member of its own breed.
Two Chihuahuas will keep each other company when you're gone, will play together, will clean each other's ears Chihuahuas can be obsessive ear-lickers!
How do Chihuahuas get along with dogs outside their own family?