Porter and Polly had gone a few days without getting any treats so I decided to get them something special! As I mention in the video please do not give your dogs drumsticks as they are a choking hazard. Even if they don't choke the chicken bones can cause serious gastrointestinal issues. My dogs take things very nicely so I let them pull meat off the bone safely. I also remove the skin (this is optional) just because it's a bit high on calories for two tiny little dogs :)
Vet mom pulls a fast one on the dogs and bought some vegan cheese!!! Porter and Polly Dogs react to this strange new flavor.
Porter Needs a little help from his cat friend when he's feeling down.
Asking my chihuahua dog Porter why chihuahuas shake. Polly dog Chimes in as well.
Chihuahuas are dog breeds that are very suitable for friends. Courageous, extremely lively, proud and bold, they always show affection and also require the care of the owner. Their movements are very graceful and agile to avoid being stepped on, they are quite agile, intelligent, have a strong hearing, the Chihuahua is a strong willed dog, especially loyal and very attached. , maybe even jealousy. They especially love to lick their face. Always be wary of strangers. When strangers are present, they always follow the owner step by step, looking for ways to be as close to the owner as possible. Some individuals can be a bit difficult to teach, but in general this is an intelligent breed, learning quite quickly, responding well to gentle exercises.
I have had many, many kinds of dogs, with the exception of Poodles and Chihuahuas. I just was never interested in either one. I went to a shelter to find a small dog to keep Mannix, my Jack Russell mix, company while I was at work. The smallest dog they had was a Chihuahua; that said, he ended up being a very large Chihuahua (22 pounds). Yes, Yancey was a purebred. To my surprise, I fell absolutely madly in love with him. He was one of the most affectionate dogs I've ever had. Three months ago, both he and Mannix died within two weeks of each other at the ages of 12 and 14. I miss them both terribly. I learned a very important lesson from Yancey. Never, ever judge a dog by his breed.