Funny video of a chihuahua or chihuahua dog, doing tremendous gallantry in salsa dancing. This dance of this little animal is very funny, show it to your kids or friends vera and laugh and be amazed of the wonder that can make this creature, which makes his role better dancer than the same drunk chick singing the tweet, Put it down and watch it with your kids without having to be connected to the Internet.
As this video is a chihuahua or chihuahua puppy here I leave from where is the origin of the breed.
The Chihuahua mix or Chihuahua is a dog breed originating in Mexico. Is named after the Mexican state of Chihuahua, where he was discovered. Contrary to the belief that exists in some countries that the dog was given the name of the state, Chihuahua word meaning "dry and sandy place" in the language of the Raramuri people. Although known as Chihuahua, the official breed name is Chihuahua mix and is considered the smallest dog breed in the world, one Chihuahua is the name adopted in the United States for the race.
The history of the breed is uncertain, however it is often said that a race of Mexico. The most common scenario and most likely states that Chihuahuas are descended from techichi, a companion dog in Toltec civilization Mexico.2 oldest records available for now techichi dating from the ninth century, but probably their ancestors were present among the mayas.3 Dogs Chihuahua approach the materials are among the pyramids of Cholula, before 1530 and in the ruins of Chichen Itza, in the peninsula of Yucatán.2
The Chihuahuas are best known for their small size and long, straight ears and short fur. The AKC (American Kennel Club) recognizes two varieties of Chihuahuas: the long hair and short hair. Many short-haired Chihuahuas have very thin hair, but others have a very dense, thick hair.
Raising standards for this dog do not generally specify a height, only a weight and a description of their overall proportions. As a result, height varies more than within many other breeds. Generally, the height ranges between 15 and 25 cm (six ten inches) at the withers. Either way, some dogs grow to 30 to 38 cm (twelve to fifteen inches). AKC show dogs must weigh no more than 2.7 kg (6 lbs) FCI standards mark that dogs should weigh between 1.5 and 3 kg (3.3 to 6.6 lb), although smaller ones are acceptable in the show.