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14 kg (30 lbs)


5 years (08/08/2023)





Special Needs?


Dog friendly?


Cat friendly?


Good with kids?




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More about me

Meet Bobby, a charming 5-year-old male Xoloitzcuintli weighing 14kg! This lovable canine companion is a true gem. Bobby gets along famously with other dogs, making him an excellent playmate for furry friends. While he has a heart of gold, he does have a minor tendency towards food resource guarding. So, a little patience and understanding during mealtimes and positive reinforcement training will enable Bobby to move on from this and be his best self.

Bobby's zest for life is most evident during his cherished walks, where he eagerly explores the world around him. With his unique skin type, he'll need proper sun protection to keep his skin healthy under the sun's rays. When winter arrives, Bobby will need a good coat to keep him warm if adopted to colder climes.
Moderate in energy, Bobby strikes a perfect balance between active play and cozy cuddle time. His affectionate nature shines through when he's spending quality moments with his human companions. If you're looking for a loyal, cuddle-loving buddy who brings joy to every walk and cuddle session, Bobby might just be your perfect match!

The Xoloitzcuintli, or Xolo for short, is an ancient dog breed with deep Mexican roots, named after the Aztec god Xolotl and the Nahuatl word "itzcuintli" for dog. Symbolizing companionship and spirituality, Xolos have a rich history in Mexican culture, appearing in art and rituals. Their unique appearance and personality have earned them global admiration, keeping their historical significance alive.
One of the most distinguishing features of the Xoloitzcuintli is its hairless coat, though some individuals can have a short, sleek coat as well.

Known for their loyalty and intelligence, Xolos are incredibly devoted to their families and often form strong bonds with their human companions. They are naturally protective and can be reserved with strangers, but they are not typically aggressive.

Xolos have a moderate energy level and need regular exercise to stay healthy and happy. They enjoy engaging in various activities, such as walks, playtime, and training sessions. Due to their intelligence, they are quick learners and can excel in obedience and agility training.

What does it cost to adopt a dog?

The adoption costs are $3,000 MXN for Mexican Nationals, $550 CND Canadian or $400 USD for Temporary or Permanent residents living in Mexico. Adoption costs for dogs adopted in countries other than Mexico are $750 CND or $600 US dollars. Don't forget, wherever you live, to budget for all the other things your new fur-baby will need.


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