Gallery of Chihauhua Champions
Also some of our pointed / future show dogs
Sane, Solid, Sound, & Showy
Our Current Long Coat contender SUNSET'S EDWEIRDO
Son of our late "Eddie" seen below
AM/CAN BISS CH REGNIER'S ONTH EDGE OF SUNSET
Eddie was the #3 SC Chi for 1999
Bosco another Eddie son
Dottie is Eddie's Daughter
CH. SUNSET'S MORSE CODE
And Bosco's Son
OTHER EDDIE SONS....
CH. SUNSET'S WHOSE BABY AM I (JOSE)
CH SUNSET'S STAND BY YOUR MAN
Ch. Sunset's Tiger Woods
And his 2 children
CH SUNSET'S PRETTY BOY FLOYD
AM/CAN CH SUNSET'S THERE'S ALWAYS HOPE
AM/MEX INTL. CH KAY'S DON FELECIANO-L
#1 LC "84 / '85 and '86 and
Sire of :
Ch. Kay's Don Roberto-L
In the Top 10 for 87-88-89
ROBERTO GOT BOS [OUT OF THE VETERAN CLASS] OVER TOP SPECIALS AT THE HEART OF NEW ENGLAND CHIHUAHUA CLUB SPECIALTY.
And Robbie is the sire to Guinness Stout, who is being specialed in 2002. We are hoping to carry on a family tradition
AM/CAN CH SUNSET'S BONAMI GUINNESS STOUT AKA 'VELCRO'
AM/CAN CH SUNSET'S DOS EQUIS XX AMBER
GUINNESS STOUT'S LITTER SISTER
The Chihuahua comes in two varieties: long and smooth coat.
The Chihuahua is graceful, alert, and swift.
This breed is clannish, recognizing and preferring his own kind. As a rule, he does not like dogs of other breeds.
Legend and history are rich in tales of the ancestors of the present Chihuahua. He is described as a popular pet, as well as a religious neccessity, among the ancient Toltec tribes and later among the Aztecs. Archaeologists have discovered remains of this breed in human graves in Mexico and in parts of the United States.
The modern Chihuahua is quite different from his early ancestors, with his varigated colors ranging from snow white to jet black. Mexico favors the jet black with tan markings, and the black and white spotted. The United States prefers the solid colors.
So you want to own a Chihuahua?
The Chihuahua's size makes it a wonderful dog for people who live in small city apartments.
The breed is very hardy and adaptable, but it must live inside a home or an apartment, the Chihuahua should not live outside.
Chihuahuas are good travelers and can easily go anywhere with their owners.
The AKC standard for the Chihuahua