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Mexican hairless or Xoloitzcuintle
Scientific Name:
Canis familiaris
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Standard: 16-22 1/2 inches (41-57 cm.) Miniature: 12-15 inches (30-38 cm.) Toy: 11-12 inches (28-31 cm.)
Standard: 20-31 lbs. (9-14 kg.) Miniature: 13-22 lbs. (6-10 kg.) Toy: 9-18 lbs. (4-8 kg.)
Its coated skin is redish gray, black, elephant gray, dark bronze or gray-black; coffee or pink spots sometimes occur.
Life Span:
about 12-15 years.
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Mexican hairless or Xoloitzcuintle

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Mexican hairless or Xoloitzcuintle Description
  The Xoloitzcuintle is also called the Mexican Hairless or Tepeizeuintli and resembles a robust Manchester terrier. There are three types: Standard, Miniature, and Toy. It has a broad skull and long muzzle with a black or flesh-colored nose. Its medium-sized, slightly almond-shaped eyes vary from black to yellow in color and have a lively, intelligent expression. Its ears are bat-like but elegant and are about 4 inches long. Its neck is graceful, somewhat like that of an antelope. It has a staight, flexible back. It does not have a coat, but does have one lone tuft of hair on its head and longer hair on the tip of its long, sleek tail. There is a variety called the Coated Xolo that does have hair all over the body.  
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