The Mexican Hairless is often said to be intelligent, alert, loyal, athletic, and protective. They bring joy to so many people and their owners love having them around. This small dog may often be called by the name of Exican Hairless, Tepeizeuintli, Xoloitzcuintle, Xolo, rather than its common breed name of Mexican Hairless. The Mexican Hairless can live anywhere from 14 to 20 years, giving everyone around them a lasting experience with their intelligent, alert, loyal, athletic, and protective personality! The Mexican Hairless belongs to the Non-sporting breed group, which allows you to easily find other small dogs that are similar to this one. Many people have found that they love the Mexican Hairless while others have not found this dog to be as great. If you like what you have read so far, the Mexican Hairless may be the perfect small dog for you, please continue reading and you may find your perfect pet!

Body Characteristics

The Mexican Hairless is a lean, sturdy, well-muscled, and with a body that is slightly longer than it is tall and a wedge-shaped skull gradually tapers to the muzzle small dog with a Long length tail that could be the perfect addition to your family! The Mexican Hairless ranges in height from 18in up to as tall as 23in, which many feel is the perfect size for an inside dog. While weighing between 10lbs to 50lbs, the Mexican Hairless may be just the small dog breed that you are looking for. Those who are looking for a small dog with a Hairless, hairless type coat, should look no further because this is the dog for them. Those who are looking at this small dog will find the Mexican Hairless with a beautiful coat in the colors of black to slate, gray, bronze, brindle, red, fawn, or solid or spotted.


The Mexican Hairless is a very intelligent small dog, as a result training it will be faster and easier than a less intelligent dog.
The Mexican Hairless is above average in training, thus it may not be surprising to you when they learn special tricks like opening the door! The Mexican Hairless is moderately playful and is great for those who are looking for a dog that can be playful and calm. When it comes to energy, the Mexican Hairless ranks as average, one day it might be the most energetic dog ever and the next it might want to sleep all day long. If you want a dog that will follow you everywhere you go and show you how much they love you, then the Mexican Hairless dog is for you. The Mexican Hairless is average with children, which means that it may learn to love them or it may always try to keep its distance. The Mexican Hairless is not good with new people, it is best to keep them in a separate room when having strangers over. The Mexican Hairless might not be the biggest dog in the world, but it will be a great watchdog and will scare off intruders! If you take the Mexican Hairless to the park, ensure that you have a leash as it will not react friendly to other dogs. The Mexican Hairless will not be happy around a cat, it will cause a lot of chaos in your home and whenever there is a cat around.


The Mexican Hairless sheds very little, if at all, it would be a great indoor pet as it would not leave fur all over your home. If you suffer from allergies but still wish to own a dog, the Mexican Hairless is the perfect choice as it is hypoallergenic. The Mexican Hairless has a Hairless hairless coat that does not require a lot of grooming, it is a very low maintenance dog. The Mexican Hairless is a very healthy dog, you can expect to only make routine visits to the vet and sleep well knowing your dog is healthy. As with all living things, there are some health issues that we may encounter, for the Mexican Hairless these issues include Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease, Vomiting, and Fleas. The upkeep for the Mexican Hairless can cost you up to an estimate of $1100 each year for grooming, vet visits, food, ect.