a small breed of dog with large eyes, round head and smooth hair that is originally from Mexico
What is a "Chihuahua"?
The Chihuahua is a small dog breed known for its tiny size, alertness, and lively personality. They typically weigh between 2 to 6 pounds and stand about 6 to 9 inches tall at the shoulder. Chihuahuas have a distinctive appearance with a rounded skull, large ears, and bright, expressive eyes. They can have either a smooth coat or a long coat, which can come in a variety of colors and patterns. Chihuahuas are known for their confident and spirited personality, often described as "big dogs in small bodies." Despite their small size, they are known to be bold and fearless, and they can be protective of their families. Chihuahuas are also known for their affectionate and loyal nature, often forming strong bonds with their owners. They require minimal exercise and grooming needs, making them suitable for small living spaces and individuals or families looking for a compact and devoted companion.
a state in northern Mexico; mostly high plateau
a city in northern Mexico in the state of Chihuahua; commercial center of northern Mexico