Nutrition & Care


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The hairless Xolo must be bathed and treated with lotion every few weeks. Hairless Xolos are sensitive to sun and cold weather, and should be given sunscreen prior to prolonged periods of exposure. The coated Xolo should be brushed weekly to keep shedding to a minimum. Bathe only as needed. The Xoloitzcuintli needs to be a part of the family--it doesn't do well as a kenneled dog or permanent outside dog. The Xoloitzcuintli has a life span of 15 years or more and litters of 3-5 puppies.


The Xolo learns quickly and is easy to house train. Xolos are strong willed and may attempt to take the Alpha dog position if they feel you are not filling the role.


Young Xolos require a lot of exercise and attention. As they mature they will begin to calm down and be content to hang out at home after a daily walk. They like to accompany their master as often as possible. Apartment life is suitable for the Xolo.