Welcome to wilczynski Chihuahuas
I am a show breeder and I breed only AKC Champion Chihuahuas for the delight of improving the breed and producing great home pets for new owners. It is such a great feeling when a puppy has been perfectly matched in the perfect home. It makes it all worth it! On the same token, it feels equally as wonderful when my pups complete their AKC Championship. It is similar to the feeling of a child graduating from college.
My dogs is family and like children to me and therefore, treated as such. My Chihuahuas are bred and raised at home, never caged or kenneled. Unless, of course, they are at a dog show. They love to sleep with me and look forward to bedtime. Our Chihuahua puppies for sale comes with long term health guarantee.
The Official AKC Breed Standard describes the Chihuahua. The difference in coat type is the official description used to identify a difference. Our standard doesn’t categorize the Chihuahua by size. The American Kennel club Contains the Chihuahua in the Toy Group for the Purpose of showing and record keeping. Irrespective of stature ALL Chihuahuas or their weight are regarded as a toy dog breed. Just like all things that are living, there will be size variance between different dogs in this breed. Look within the family sisters and brothers will differ in weight and in height, in addition to physiological attributes.
They’re described as man, humans or woman, and there is rarely if ever a necessity to break the description. The same holds true in respect to a Chihuahua, they are Chihuahua Long Coat \/ Smooth Coat! – Unfortunately, the additional adjectives used to describe the size differences and physical appearances are many and have been abused for so long that they now seem legitimate. Pocket Size, teacup, Tiny Toy, Miniature or Standard are a few the tags and labels which were attached through the years to the breed. The Chihuahua Club of America is worried that these conditions may be used into thinking that puppies are of greater value to lure buyers.
They aren’t and the use of those terms is incorrect and misleading. Occasionally, within a litter, there might be a puppy that’s unusually small. That puppy is a little Chihuahua and any other exhaustion in the description isn’t correct. To attach any of those additional labels to a certain puppy is to misrepresent which Chihuahua as something that’s rare or exceptional and causes a lot of confusion among those new fanciers who’re searching for a Chihuahua. The Chihuahua Club of America doesn’t endorse nor condone the recent use of any of those terms and would caution the viewpoint puppy buyer not to be misled by them. We realize that many Chihuahua fanciers do need the very little puppy.