Long-Haired Deer Head Chihuahua Guide!

In this guide, we’ll cover everything you need to know about a Long-Haired Deer Head Chihuahua.

They make for cute, fun pets for people who prefer tiny companions. Chihuahuas are also perfect for people who live in apartments or travel frequently and need to take their pets with them.

The Chihuahua is said to have originated in Mexico. No one is quite sure ‘when,’ though. Some say the deer head Chihuahua mix was a favorite among the Aztecs since the 1500s.


Their eyes are situated higher on the head and have a more balanced distance than other Chihuahuas. The Long-Haired Deer Head Chihuahua is also bigger—they can weigh from 3 to 6 pounds.


Chihuahuas are energetic, confident, and feisty. Their strong personality and attitude mean these dogs don’t do well with other dogs. They are suspicious of strangers and want to protect their owners.


A Chihuahua needs a lot of love and care. Its delicate body doesn’t handle rough treatment or environment. So grooming is essential for any long-haired breed, even a Chihuahua.


These dogs will have a long silky, and flowy coat. Their coats can be red, sable, tan, fawn, liver, chocolate, silver, gray, white, or black.


Since Chihuahuas are tiny dogs, their exercise requirement is minimal. They are a bundle of energy, though. 30 minutes of daily exercise is sufficient to keep your Chihuahua baby happy and in good shape.


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