Chihuahua Family Dog Care – Expert Barking / Anxiety Breed Behavior Guide Released

My Best Bark, an online resource for dog owners, released a report highlighting the benefits and challenges of owning a Chihuahua. The guide also offers a short video covering the unique traits and history of the breed.

Blogger Riley Kay wrote the latest guide titled “Is a Chihuahua a Good Family Dog?” To give readers a better understanding of small dogs and help them determine if a Chihuahua is a good choice for their lifestyle. Readers can expect to find details of the breed’s temperament, training methods, grooming requirements, and more.

The report can be accessed by visiting,

Kay released the guide in response to the sharp increase in dog adoption rates since the start of the global pandemic. With more and more employees choosing to continue working from home, many people seem more eager to bring a dog into their family.

Chihuahuas are the descendants of the Techichi dog, an ancient breed considered by the Mayans and Azteks to be the guardians of the afterlife. Due to their lineage, they are fiercely loyal and protective of their owners, making them an attractive family dog.

Chihuahuas typically weigh between 1 and 3 kg with an average lifespan of 16 years.

Although it is known as the smallest dog in the world, the personality of the Chihuahua is quite the opposite. Their small size and outgoing nature have earned the breed a reputation as a brave dog.

According to the guide, these puppies do best when surrounded by people they know and enjoy receiving attention and affection. However, due to their anxious nature, the breed does better in households with older children.

The guide states that although Chihuahuas tend to bark frequently, this can easily be addressed with consistent training. Chihuahuas tend to bark for a few main reasons which are anxiety, stress, or fear. Being a smaller breed, these dogs tend to speak more vocally to make their needs known.

As stated in the report, “Overall, Chihuahuas are a friendly breed, especially when it comes to their family. They are loyal, loving, and generally love their owners very much. When it comes to other family pets, Chihuahuas are very accepting of other pets in the house and generally treat them well.

Interested parties can learn more about having a Chihuahua as a pet by reading the full report at,

Contact information:
Name: Riley Kay
E-mail: Send an email
Organization: My best bark
Address: 1061 Bramford Road, Ipswich, England IP1 5RA, United Kingdom

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