Once upon a time, a litter of stray Chihuahua puppies was found in a dumpster in downtown Rockford, Illinois. One of the puppies still had its umbilical cord attached, and the couple was so taken by it, they were first in line when the litter became available. Now, they're the stars of OSF HealthCare Saint Anthony Medical Center's Animal Assisted Therapy team, helping patients with various health issues get a smile. Scooter has been performing tricks for his dad ever since. He was just five months old when he was adopted and has learned several tricks. He even jumps through his owner's arms like a hoop. Now, he's a good ambassador for Chihuahuas and rescue dogs, and is an excellent ambassador for the breed. It's no wonder that a Chihuahua dog loves to please his owners. This playful and social dog is the perfect companion for families with children. It's a great choice for families with young children, but keep in mind that you need to be willing to invest some time in training your newest addition. Make sure you give your pup plenty of attention and exercise, or you'll end up with an insecure and neurotic dog. If you're looking to adopt a Chihuahua, be sure to check for health certifications from responsible breeders. This will help you avoid buying a puppy that has been exposed to harmful and unsanitary conditions. This video is a great introduction to the Chihuahua breed. If you're looking to adopt a Chihuahua, make sure to consider his personality. Unlike other breeds, Chihuahuas are very friendly and get along with other pets in a family well. They can stand up to larger dogs with their strength and courage. Although chihuahuas are small dogs, they can be bold explorers. They have been known to escape through small gaps in fences, but they are highly resistant to bigger dogs. Fortunately, they are not bad - they are just cute, sweet, and adorable. And despite being small, they can stand up to bigger dogs! As a Chihuahua, you are the best person for your dog. Your dog has a wonderful temperament, and you should make him feel as happy as possible. Your Chihuahua will have a good temperament and be loyal to you. Once a bad shelter dog has been transformed into a cherished companion.
When you're watching This Guy's Addicted to Rrescuing Chihuahuas, you can't help but fall in love with the adorable little dogs. The dog Bobby was rescuing was so adorable that he couldn't resist bringing it home with him. The rest is history. The show follows the adventures of Humphreys, who becomes obsessed with rescuing Chihuahua's and adopting them. The documentary explores the lives of rescued Chihuahuas and the people behind the organization. After a failed marriage, Bobby fell into a deep depression. His friend Connie gave him her son's Chihuahua to care for. The rescue group grew, and now has 32 members and two pregnant rescues. Bobby Humphreys' marriage ended abruptly 17 years ago, leaving him in a deep depression. A friend named Connie had asked him to watch her son's Chihuahua. This is how he ended up rescuing 32 Chihuahuas and helping them find homes. Now, the organization is home to more than 50 dogs and a pregnant chihuahua. The film follows Bobby Humphreys' efforts to save Chihuahuas from slaughter and to rehabilitate them to happy, healthy lives. They receive vaccinations and microchip them as soon as they arrive at the sanctuary. They also arrange microchip registration and adoption. The cost of a local adoption is between $250 and $350, with out-of-state adopters spending $500 to 600 for transportation. The film is a documentary about Bobby Humphrey's love of chihuahuas. The show follows the lives of the dogs he rescues. The video is an emotional roller coaster, and the animal-loving man's own rescue Chihuahua has been adopted by a dozen people. The film is an excellent addition to any home. In the film, Humphreys meets a Chihuahua at a shelter in the Midwest. This organization aims to rescue and rehabilitate the dogs in need. The program is available on Amazon and on Netflix. It is not a scam and is backed by the volunteers. However, the movie is based on a true story. As a volunteer at a rescue center, Humphreys aims to help save the dogs in need. He's always willing to foster a dog for a good cause. This is a highly rewarding experience for the dog lover. He'll be able to bond with the dog and learn the importance of humane treatment in his life. The owner of a Chihuahua may be in the middle of major trouble. He might have lost his home, been terribly ill, or simply fallen into a situation where he cannot care for his dog. He may have children, but a well-loved dog will never attack you or your kids. And if you do adopt a Chihuahuahua, it will feel like a blessing.
According to Heidi Ganahl, a dog can play an important role in raising a child. She argues that a dog can protect and take care of a baby in a way that is more humane. As a mother, she tries to involve her pet in all of the activities her daughter enjoys. She also engages the dog in conversations with her daughter, which helps her child develop language skills. A dog can be an excellent nanny for a small child. But dogs should never be left unsupervised, and Chihuahuas are notorious for their impulsiveness. If you have a young child, it is vital to supervise your pet. Besides, this will prevent accidents that could cause injury or even death. A Chihuahua can be a great nanny for a small child. However, you need to be careful when bringing one home, as they can be dangerous to children. You can start by making sure that your child is well-supervised. Once your dog knows your baby, it will protect your little one and take care of them. Besides protecting the Baby, a Chihuahua will also love to receive affection from its owners. Its mom will give him a kiss when he is feeling lonely. He will show you the love he has for you and show that he loves you too. And if he does not like it, he will give it to you. While a Chihuahua is a cute and loving pet, it should not be left alone in a home. You must supervise your children around your dog. Moreover, you should avoid leaving your baby alone. The best nanny of a baby is a dog. You should always supervise your child when the pet is around your children. Your partner may be jealous of your dog's affection and love for you. The dog should not be left unsupervised, and it should be confined to a small space. Keep an eye on the baby. When he wakes up, the dog is a great companion. Its owner will be pleased with the result. A grumpy dog can also be an indicator of a problem, such as a urinary tract infection or stress. Your Little Chihuahua protect and take care of Baby. Your dog is the best nanny of Baby. It protects and takes care of the baby when you are away. It eats, sleeps and plays. Your child's behavior is a reflection of yours. It will mimic your emotions and reflect them back to you.
Why Do Chihuahua dogs shake? The tiny dog breed has high energy levels, and this may be the cause of the shaking. Because it's the smallest dog in the world, it can get anxious and start to tremble when it sees bigger dogs, such as a neighbor's dog. This is a sign that the dog is not properly socialized. The reason for this behavior is often physiological. Whether it's emotional or physiological, shaking Chihuahuas is a way to communicate with them. In particular, this behavior can be a sign that your dog is in pain. If you've beaten or injured the dog, this can make the dog feel threatened or scared. If you have a large dog around, he or she might start to bark, causing the shaking. Another reason why Chihuahua dogs shake is due to a delayed response to cold temperatures. The delay in response may make you think that the shaking doesn't have anything to do with temperature. However, it does. When the temperature is too cold, the dog will work harder to keep warm. A stern voice will cause your Chihuahua to shake. Whether your Chihuahua is shaking because of a cold snap or a sudden change in temperature, this is something to be concerned about. Depending on the situation, your dog may tremble more than normal. It's also important to provide your Chihuahua with regular mental stimulation and exercise. This will keep your dog happy and healthy. The shaking is often a result of nervousness. If you've just moved into a new home or have recently moved into a new house, your Chihuahua may be shivering because it is nervous about the changes. In some cases, the shaking may be a reaction to a thunderstorm or barometric pressure drops. Your Chihuahua may also shake if it's cold outside. While some causes are entirely harmless, other causes are serious. An overactive thyroid gland can cause your Chihuahua to produce too much ear wax, which can trap dust and floppy ears. This can cause your Chihuahuo to shake. If this happens, you may need to consult your veterinarian. A bad ear infection can lead to more severe problems in the long run. Your Chihuahua may be shaking as a result of fear. When your Chihuahua is afraid, it may shake as a result of fear and disapproval. The shaking may be due to joint pain, which may lead to a tremor. If your Chihuahua is scared, it may shake as a result of the pain.
Whether you are interested in finding a new best friend or simply want to know more about Chihuahua breed, you are sure to find many adorable and cute puppy pictures in our Adorable Chihuahuanas page. These photos are taken in beautiful full-color, high-resolution photos, so that you can admire them and share your love for these little cuties with your family. Adorable Chihuahuana puppies are adorable. It's hard not to fall in love with them when they're this adorable. Their prickly appearance and adorable behavior will be an instant attraction. Despite their small size, these dogs are known to be very loving and devoted. You may even feel like a mother to them, because they have such a sweet personality. It's no wonder that Chihuahua puppies are so adorable! Even at the earliest age, these cute little pups are just a few weeks old. And while they are cute, their personality is also developing. These dogs have distinct characteristics, like the way they act around other dogs and humans. In many cases, rescue dogs are part of a bonded pair. While it's true that most Chihuahua puppies are extremely sweet and cuddly, you can't deny that they are absolutely adorable. Just look at those cute faces and you'll see why. These pups are the cutest dogs in the world! They're not just cute; they're loyal, affectionate, and fun! Just look at the gorgeous puppies in our gallery and you'll see why they're so popular. When they're young, Chihuahua puppies behave like royalty and are obedient subjects. These dogs are very social and enjoy socializing with other dogs, and rescue Chihuas often have bonded pairs. Unlike many other breeds, Chihuahuas enjoy socializing and playing with other dogs. In fact, they're most suited to live with other dogs, especially when they're young. Chihuahua puppies are a great way to make a pet! These cute little pups are loyal, and are very good with children. In addition, they love other dogs. They are usually bonded with another Chihuahua and are very affectionate. Moreover, Chihuahuas make excellent companions for families, so you should consider adopting one of these adorable puppies. In a video, a Chihuahua puppy is shown chewing a T-bone. The owner tries to take the bone away from the puppy, but he's having a ball. But when he's playing, he accidentally drops the bone. The owner has to pick it up for him. Eventually, the cute Chihuahua will swallow the bone, but only if he wants to take it away from the dog. These adorable puppies are very playful and lovable. They are a light brown or creamy color, and have colored eyes. They are great watchdogs and will alert you to any intruders. Besides being a fun pet, they will also protect your home. They are very playful and will keep an eye on intruders. They can also alert you to intruders.
A young girl named Estella has trouble with the boys at school, and one day, she finds an abandoned puppy. She names him Buddy, and the puppy stays with her throughout Cruella de Vil. Later, Buddy joins Jasper and Horace, who have a criminal gang and a one-eyed Chihuahua named Wink. As a result, Buddy learns to love children and is a popular part of the gang. The woman's daughter has since found Buddy in a shelter, where he's currently undergoing a rabies vaccination. She said that the boy, a 12-year-old girl, may face the death penalty if convicted. The child is currently being held in a foster home. His parents say that he's a fun and clever dog, and that he enjoys things like bedtime stories and massages. He also loves snow and is very protective of the snow. Buddy's wound was not healing properly, but has recently closed. His face is now covered in a smaller bandage than before. A petition started by Georgia woman Sheri Webb to save Buddy has gathered over 203,000 signatures. It demands that the boy be punished for his crime, including spending time in a juvenile detention center, getting long-term psychological help, and paying for medical care. Despite all the problems, the boy is now on his way to rehabilitation. The Tunica Humane Society and the dog's foster mother are working on teaching Buddy a few basic commands, but the child has not responded to Newsweek's requests for comment. However, they are doing their best to find a home for Buddy. If you want to adopt a dog like Buddy, please visit the link below to learn more about him. The child who burned the dog has been ordered to stand trial, and may be given the death penalty. Sheri Webb has a petition to punish the 12-year-old child who set Buddy free. The child's parents must pay for medical care. The case is complex and the case is already being investigated in a court of law. There is also a veterinary trial. It is possible that the boy was a victim of a violent crime. "Buddy's wound is not healing as fast as it should," says the Tunica Humane Society. The dog has been treated for several weeks with painkillers and other drugs. The child has since been found guilty. In the meantime, Buddy has a foster home. And if he's lucky enough, he'll receive a free therapy chihuahua. Despite his seemingly charming personality, Buddy's traumatic experience has prompted several celebrities to share their thoughts about the pup. The movie features an animated version of the movie, which features a lot of the famous Disney villain. The film also introduces a host of furry characters, including the infamous Cruella Baroness. In the film, Buddy meets a child named Cruella, and stays with her throughout the film.
A small Chihuahua rescued from an abusive owner has given his dad a kiss for the first time. It is a wonderful story of how a loving dog can bring joy to a family. Piccola was a little Chihuahua who was very thin and very frightened. It was in bad condition, so its foster caretaker, Deborah, adopted her. She was looking for a small dog to care for. She had a background in caring for other animals, and she and Piccola made a great match. The Chihuahua was rescued by the police in a New York city borough in 2010 and was being held captive in an abusive home. He was severely injured after being bitten by a rattlesnake, but recovered after undergoing medical treatment. Momo, the four-pound Chihuahua, had been a police dog. She helped officers in the New York fire department. Denali, an 8-year-old Chihuahua, was rescued from an abusive owner in Lutz, Florida. She was chipped and was found in the house in a crate. The firefighters were able to rescue the pup, but they were unable to find her adopters. The dog was in good health and is now giving dad a kiss for the first time. In this video, a Chihuahua Rescued from Abuse Adopts New Life With a Family! After undergoing several months of treatment, she gave her new owner a big hug and a kiss. Her adoptive Mom said it was a special moment for the dogs, and it's very touching to see the love for the animals. The little dog is a lovable and affectionate dog. She loves to play and protect the family. The dog's name comes from the state of Chihuahua, Mexico. Her owner's Chihuahua, Lady Bear, is named after the woman who rescued her from the abusive owner. Her father is very proud of the little girl and gives her a kiss every day. This dog is extremely aggressive towards everyone, but she is also affectionate. She wags her tail when a stranger approaches. It screams when he is a stranger. The dog is very sociable and friendly. She loves people and is a social butterfly. Lincoln is a tiny package of cuteness. Her favorite activity is wriggling her bed!
Your girl Chihuahua doesn't want to dress up in a pink sweater, and neither does your boy. The boy is a teddy bear, and you need to keep him warm, too. If you're going to be out in the cold for a while, wear a lightweight shirt. Your girl Chihuahua will thank you. While your boy Chihuahua's reason for refusing to wear pink is understandable, you shouldn't worry too much. There are many other options if your little boy doesn't want to wear a pink sweater. You can always get a single-colored shirt for him. However, a lot of the clothing available for your little girl is very cute. You can get basic shirts and sweaters for your boy Chihuahua. These will fit your dog just like a human shirt. If you'd like your boy to have a pink sweater, just get a simple one that is a single color. But, if you're like most girls, he will probably be more comfortable wearing a one-color shirt. For a girl's Chihuahua, a pink sweater won't look so bad. But a pink sweater isn't the only option! This dog's pink sweater won't make her feel pretty. She'll think it's too cute and will want to wear it all the time! Your girl won't want to put on a pink sweater. But she does want to wear a pink sweater. Her dog doesn't like to wear pink shirts, but she wants to wear anything that looks cute. And she does! He loves pink things, and he definitely has a personality! So don't let him be too cute for a pink sweater! A pink sweater is not a good idea. A girl Chihuahua isn't likely to like it, but she'll love it. A pink sweater will make her feel sexy and beautiful. And a pink shirt will make her feel like a princess. And you'll look stylish, too! While your girl may want a pink sweater, your boy isn't so sure. If she's not sure, talk to her while dressing. This will ease her anxieties. And if she's uncomfortable, don't force her to wear it. Don't force her to wear a pink sweater. And, if she refuses, you'll never know.
If your dog is blind, it's likely you've been wondering if you can protect your pet from being attacked by your dog. Well, you can! There's no need to fear as this video shows how a cat could take the food from a Chihuahua dog friend. Moreover, you won't have to worry about a cat poisoning you or being chased by a hound dog. The two creatures are best friends and you can't afford to lose one of them. Luckily, you can help the afflicted dog recover. Just be sure to give him or her some extra water and food. You should also provide some treats for the pet - a treat from your favorite restaurant isn't a bad idea. But don't force it, as this may not help the situation. Instead, reward the good cat for helping the dog. The video above shows a blind cat stealing food from a Chihuahua dog friend. The owner of the dog was shocked and immediately rushed to the vet's office. Luckily, she was able to stop the attack before it got worse. A veterinary team was able to find the culprit and helped the dog. This video shows how the blind cat steals food from a dog. Although this video is heartbreaking and very sad, it shows the importance of educating yourself on the dangers of sharing a home with a dog with sight problems. Fortunately, a blind cat and her Chihuahua dog friend can become close companions. A dog and a cat can be best buddies if you know what to do. Leila has been with her dog for two years and lived with the cat for three months. The couple has been a good match for a long time, but the cat is not very happy with the dog's new owner. It has a short-term memory of the incident. However, the dog's new family is looking for a permanent home for the pair. The blind cat - Mowgli - is a guardian angel. He was rescued from the streets after being discovered with excessive eye infections. After a few days, the dog was released from the vet and taken to Triple H Miniature Horse Rescue. In fact, the rescue has been a great help for many special needs animals. So, how can you protect your pet from the dangers of a blind cat? The cat - a blind cat - can be a lovable companion. The blind cat can be a great companion for your dog and can be a great companion. It can also be a nuisance if you don't know how to stop it. It can be a pain to live with a blind dog, and you can't let it ruin your day.
Two dogs are inseparable! Meet Tiny Tim, a chihuahua, and Big Ben, a giant labrador companion mix. Although they are completely different sizes and personalities, these two can't get enough of each other! Taking to Instagram, these two can be seen doing everything together, from playing fetch to riding Big Ben's back. The Bulldog is patient, but not overly gentle. It lets the little Chihuahua prove herself to him, gently playing with him. The Bulldog is a very affectionate dog and doesn't seem too bothered by the puppy's antics. This bond has made these two dogs inseparable. The bulldog and Chihuahua are inseparable! In this cute video, the little dog tugs at the bulldog's tail to get its favorite treat: apples! Rosie the chihuahua is not happy with this, but she wants to play with her big brother Sam. She runs after him, chasing him, and playing with him until he drops it. They seem to be the best of friends. One of the best videos of the two interacting is of Rosie and Sam the black labrador. The little dog doesn't want to stay in her kennel, and she'd rather play with her big brother. They chase each other and frolic. They're such good friends, they're almost inseparable! The two are inseparable. The little chihuahua, Rosie, is exhausted with her kennel and would prefer to spend her time with her big brother, Sam the black labrador. They play and chase each other. It's hard not to love these two dogs - they are so adorable, they'll make you chuckle! Little Dog Chihuahua and Big Canine Brother Are Inseparable. The two dogs are loyal and protective, and are so cute together that they are inseparable. However, they have different personalities and aren't compatible for each other. For example, Rosie is shy and afraid of other dogs, while her brother loves attention. These two dogs are inseparable. They play with each other, but aren't always as compatible as you might think. Bella, the energetic two-year-old Chihuahua, and Hank, the boxer-mix, the middle dog, are inseparable. Both dogs will take their checkups in a few days, so it's important to establish a stable relationship early on. Siblings should be separated for a while. A fight between two dogs can be very dangerous, especially if the two dogs are of different ages. The fights can also happen around small objects, like doorways and small spaces. If the two puppies are raised together, they should be separated. Ideally, they will grow up together in the same home.
The world's tiniest dog, the chihuahua, has a big personality. These playful creatures are devoted to their people and like to be close to them. A Chihuahua can develop a strong bond with only one person, but will become demanding if overindulged. Despite their small size, Chihuahuas can live a long life. According to statistics, small dogs live longer than their larger breed cousins. A healthy Chihuahua can live for 20 years or more, while large or medium-sized dogs typically live for 10 or more. Unlike large dogs, Chihuahuas are relatively healthy. Their personality is dependent on a number of factors, including their environment and their age. It's no wonder that a chihuahua is a loving and affectionate companion. While he's small, he still has a big heart. While he may not be the biggest dog, he can snuggle up to a big dog and share his food and water. The sweetest way to show love is to share with your dog. If your Chihuahua isn't willing to play well with other dogs, try leaving him alone. This way, he can learn to accept the other dog. It's not impossible to get a new playmate into your family. If you've always wanted a dog that can play with other dogs, the chihuahuahua puppy is the perfect companion for your small family. It's a sweet, gentle, and lovable dog that's sure to make you smile. It's the perfect size for tiny hands. A Chihuahuahua puppy loves people, but they can also be aggressive with young children. Fortunately, he doesn't mind if the little ones come to his door. Nevertheless, he'll be protective of his family. And he'll be a great companion to a large dog, so it's best to be patient with them. The Chihuahua's ear is so tiny it takes up nearly 20 percent of his body! But it's also a very active dog! Its ears are 20% of its total body! This makes the Chihuahuahua very curious, and the owner can't keep up with him.
Chihuahuas often behave like an old married couple. A male may bark at a female and then ignore her, which is very annoying for both of them. This is an example of aggression. The wife must be trying to protect her husband from the grumpy pup. It may be a case of jealousy or mistrust, but the chihuahua isn't being aggressive. When they are bored, Chihuahuas will often sneeze. This reflex is caused by irritation of the soft palate in the roof of the mouth, also known as pharyngeal spasm. When this occurs, the dog will sneeze and pheromones will be released. Although this behavior is rare, it is worth seeking veterinary attention if you notice this behavior in your pet. One of the most common behaviors is reverse sneezing. This is caused by irritation of the soft palate in the roof of the mouth. The symptoms are similar to that of a cough. Despite being small, chihuahuas are known as "one-person dogs" and are known for being affectionate. But if you overindulge, they may act out in a way that you can't tolerate. The other major problem with Chihuahuas is sneezing. If your dog is experiencing pain, they may bite the closest person or animal. Their instinct is to defend themselves and may be unable to tell the difference between an actual injury and a harmless bit. But this aggression is only a temporary and normal part of their life. A better way to handle these issues is to keep them calm. And remember that a good-tempered and obedient dog can help you live a happy life! The soft spot in the top of the head of a Chihuahua is the softest part of their heads. If your dog has an open fontanel, this is a sign that they're scared or stressed. A shivering dog may appear when they're cold or excited, but it's not normal. If your dog isn't comfortable with your body, this behavior may be a sign that something is wrong. A Chihuahua's small size may be a concern. They are one of the world's smallest dogs, but their personality is large. They are playful, and love to be close to their owners. Unless overindulged, they can develop a close bond with only one person. However, if their owner doesn't give them enough attention, they might be demanding. A Chihuahua needs to be handled carefully. It is not a problem to be a little rough around the ears, but be sure to check them often for any odor. If you notice odor in the ear, remove it with a cotton ball and rinse the ear thoroughly. If your Chihuahua has an injured ear, it may be showing signs of pain.
If you've recently adopted a new pet cat, you may be wondering how an adult cat will react to a tiny chihuahua puppy. The first step in this process is observing the cat's reaction. You can do this by visiting a neighbor's home or asking a friend to watch your chihuahua for a day. Try to observe the cat's reaction to the chihuahua. Keeping the cat in a separate room should be a good idea when you first bring your kitten home. Be calm and composed when introducing the two pets to each other, as both species are sensitive to the stress and anxiety of their owners. It's also important to keep the initial introduction short and frequent. Usually, five minutes is sufficient. As the novelty wears off, the cat's confidence should rise. Once the two pets are used to each other's scent, the interaction should be longer. If possible, use a gate. Always keep the two pets apart when introducing them. They should never interact in an enclosed space. Although both breeds get along well, they may not be able to get along right away. If the dogs and cats are raised together, they are likely to get along. If you're new to adopting a cat, consider introducing it to an older dog first. If you have a cat that is already familiar with a dog, this might be the best way to introduce them. You should introduce the two dogs slowly, and be sure to maintain a casual, calm tone and don't tense up or stare at either dog. Make sure that the new pet doesn't have access to your cat's space. This will ensure a peaceful environment for both of you. The best way to avoid this is to prepare yourself well in advance. Once you've gotten used to each other, you can move on to other areas. You should not introduce the two dogs immediately. It's best to introduce them slowly. It's important to be calm and casual during the initial introduction. Then, both pets should get used to each other. Be careful not to show signs of anxiety and tenseness. These behaviors are indicators that the two pets aren't compatible and should be separated. You should introduce them as slowly as possible. It is important to keep the adult cat calm during the first meeting. Ensure that the dog isn't agitated or overly aggressive. The two animals should be treated as equals. A playful cat should never chase the small one. You can also introduce the two pets slowly by making them friendly. The two animals can live harmoniously. The two should have a good relationship.
The first step in giving your Chihuahua puppy a bath is to brush him thoroughly. It's especially important to do this before you begin. Then, use a soft washcloth or paper towel to rinse out the shampoo. You should be careful not to scrub your pup too hard or he might end up drinking dirty water. After washing, make sure the water is completely clear and wring out the excess. Gently pat the dog dry. Before bathing your Chihuahua puppy for the first time, be sure to brush his coat. Fill the bathtub with warm water (not hot!) and the shampoo. Use a gentle, tear-free dog shampoo, and be sure to use it on a dog with sensitive skin. After the bath, rinse the shampoo off your dog and pat it dry with a towel. Before giving your Chihuahua a bath, prepare a tub with lukewarm water. You can use a tin bucket instead, but this would be more difficult. Moreover, it might give you backaches. So, use a bathtub instead. A bathtub provides an easy water supply, a soft towel for drying and a warm towel for your Chihuahua. Once you have a tub, fill it three quarters full of lukewarm water and then pour your puppy inside. When giving your Chihuahua puppy his first bath, try to make him feel as comfortable as possible. It is normal for him to be a bit apprehensive about getting a bath, but a little talk may help him to relax. Once he is calm, pour lukewarm water over him, shielding his head with your free hand. When giving your Chihua puppy a bath for the first time, use a shampoo made specifically for small dogs. A small amount of shampoo is sufficient for this breed. After lathering the dog, pour the shampoo into its coat. While the water is warm, it shouldn't be too warm for your dog. If your puppy is particularly nervous, shield his head with your other hand. To give your Chihuahua puppy a bath, use lukewarm water. To avoid causing your dog to feel uneasy, pour the water over the dog's head and body. Be careful not to splash your child's head or let him or her fall into the water. If your dog is afraid of the water, make sure you talk to it before you start the bath. Taking your Chihuahua puppy for a bath is an exciting experience for you both. The process can be a stressful and enjoyable experience for both of you. Ensure you are comfortable with the process and your new puppy. If he does not seem comfortable with the whole process, you can take the help of a friend. If he is a nervous bather, he will need extra hands to hold him while you wash him.