Funny, Cute, Chihuahua Dog Surrounded by Hearts. Perfect TShirt gift idea for Valentine’s Day!
This heart Valentine’s Day T-Shirt would make a great present for Chihuahua Dog lovers; women, men, grandparents, aunts, uncles, children.
Get this great original Chihuahua dog shirt designed for you or your girlfriend or your boyfriend, wife, lovers, so they can wear it on Valentine Day.
This cool novelty tee will be a staple in your closet for years to come. Created by my Daddy, this one of a kind, unique design illustration of a Chihuahua is surrounded by hearts and says Unlimited Love. That’s what we Chihuahuas give. Do not miss out on an amazing opportunity to own this shirt today! Makes the perfect gift for most holidays, birthdays, Valentine’s Day, Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, graduation, parties, dog parties, and whenever else.
Oh my goodness. I said the “Fat” word. I myself am a girl of a certain size, but I think my pink belly is cute.
Unfortunately my daddies think I need to lose a pound or two as does the vet. I only weigh 11 pounds or so which is a tad much for a Chihuahua.
Dog obesity is a real problem that affects 25 – 40 percent of dogs. That’s a lot of extra poundage.
Obesity can result in joint injuries, tracheal issues, heart disease and bronchitis, all leading to a shorter life.
How did your little puppy grow up into a plus size doggie? Too much food, too many treats and not enough exercise.
Cut down on the amount of food you give your Chi. Also less treats and table scraps! Try a calorie calculator.
Limit treats to healthy tidbits. I love mini carrot sticks and crunchy lettuce.
Walk your dog several times a day. This is good for you too!
My daddy takes me on about 4 walks a day. Sometimes I refuse to budge. I call it my anchor trick. But because I’m a “little” Chihuahua my daddy picks me up and carries me far away (about a block) and expects me to walk home. I do not care for this trick. But I do want to get home to my nap.
You will find in time that a thinner Chi is a healthier Chi. I love my treats so please don’t eliminate them all.
This is the first in a new line of Lucy’s exclusive NEW Chihuahua Collection of products. You will find all of Lucy’s products (once her daddy designs them) on the All My Chihuahua’s Zazzle storefront.
Designed by Lucy’s daddy with input from Lucy.
Sometimes all dogs get sick. Their tummies hurt, they get colds, eat bad food or street treats (often found during walks).
When I get stomach oogies sometimes go potty in the house. I’ve learned to use my Wee Wee Pads at night so I don’t have to wake my daddies. This works out well for all of us.
My daddy will call the vet when he’s really concerned about me. If I act sick and lethargic for more than a day. Or if I have two seizures in a row.
Also if I don’t eat for more than a day, then he’s worried enough to call for advice. I almost never turn down food.
Usually it is recommended you bring your dog in. I hate this and try to avoid the vet whenever possible.
Here’s a list of pet emergencies. I found them at PetPlace.
Keep your vet’s phone number handy. Also the nearest emergency vet. My daddies have had to visit an emergency vet on nights and weekends when their regular vet was unavailable. This is expensive and unpleasant for all concerned.
Let’s hope you never have to visit a vet in an emergency. I know I want to avoid it if at all possible.
If you have a Chihuahua or are thinking of getting one, you should check out this “must read for Chihuahua lovers…”.
This book includes everything you need to know about these fantastic little doggies, just like me.
There are tons of info about the breed, personality, health issues, ideal food, and so much more. This book is easy to read, says my daddy and has lots of fun pictures.
I now feel encouraged to lose a little weight and have my teeth cleaned. A little girl has to take care of herself.
Check it out yourself at FamousChihuahua.com.
If you have a Chihuahua, are looking to adopt a Chihuahua or are a Chihuahua, you will find this list of best selling Chihuahua books a necessity. My daddy read many of these books before adopting me and now, eight years later, he is almost an expert. I say almost because I keep him on his toes.
The books listed below are from Amazon. Daddy’s favorite is The Everything Chihuahua Book. It’s very informative and easy to read.
Did you know when you buy anything from Amazon by clicking on any of the Amazon links on my website (within a 24 hour period) I get a little commission? It helps support this website and costs you nothing extra. Just saying.
Did you know not brushing your dog’s teeth can cause lots of periodontal diseases that can shorten your pet’s life. Our time on earth is very limited so why shorten it by dental neglect.
Here’s why I think you should brush your Chi’s teeth:
For specific instructions you might want to read “How to Brush a Chihuahua’s Teeth” from eHow.com.
You also might enjoy How to Brush Your Dog’s Teeth by Dr. William Rosenblad.
To be honest, I don’t really brush my teeth. My daddy used to try doing this task but I resisted.
Please remember to replace your toothbrush every six months. And don’t forget the gums. Germs can collect and they’re oogie. You might try some crunchy dental treats, too.
My vet recommends I have my teeth cleaned. My daddy is worried about taking me in since they will have to put me under to clean my teeth. But I’m sure he will do it soon so I can have a healthy happy mouth.
Trust me, I will not be pleased getting this procedure, but if I must, I must.
I’ve gathered a few new articles online for you to read. I’m sure you’ll enjoy them.
Dogs make wonderful companions. You want to keep them safe and happy. Here’s seven great articles that will help you to make their lives better.
How does your dog think? I think all the time. I always want to know when my next meal will be, when I’m not napping.
Check out these carefully curated articles on your dog’s mental health. I think you will find them fascinating.
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