Ivana Trump sings this little ditty to her chihuahua “Tiger” everyday, as she disclosed on “Celebrity Big Brother”. It’s endearing, knowing that all chihuahua owners do the same. Hers is cute and kinda catchy…love that accent!
Kim Kardashian found a stray chihuahua puppy to keep her company while her boyfriend Reggie Bush is away during football season. Kim found the puppy outside a nail salon, and after failing to find the owners, decided to keep the dog. She named her Princess and accessorized with a pink toy and a bed. It wasn’t until Kim’s mom suggested it that she brought the dog to a vet, where she got bad news. Princess needed emergency surgery on her uterus and will need round the clock care after she recovers from surgery. Kim realized it would be too much work for her and gave up the dog to a vet’s assistant who offered to adopt her. “I know that I’ve only had Princess for a really short period of time, but I actually love her,” she said. The experience with Princess inspired Kim to become a volunteer at a local shelter.
Denver-area dermatologist Leslie Capin entered her 3-year-old chihuahua Dr. Papidies in the All American Pet Brands’ Cutest Dog Competition last fall with the intent of donating the money to charity. She launched an online campaign on Facebook and Twitter which helped Dr. Papides win the cash prize of $1 million. Capin was overtaken by emotion when she found out they won in November, “I didn’t grow up with a lot of money — I had to work for everything I had — and then here I am close to the age of 56, in the position to give away a million.” Capin set up a trust which will donate $33,000 for the next 29 years to shelters that Capin has chosen to help. “Even if I change my mind in 10 years, I can’t get that money,” she says.
Congratulations Dr. Papidies for winning the “Cutest Dog” title, and thanks Dr. Capin for keeping your word!
“Life is what you make of it,” was Will’s message. Like so many other rescues, no one knows where Willy came from or what happened in his bad past. A woman found him on the streets of LA in the early ’90s in a sealed cardboard box, hairless, emaciated and shivering. Someone had cut his vocal cords so he could not cry, and his back legs were paralyzed from a broken back. He was brought to a vet’s office where he lived in a cage for the next year, until rescue worker Deborah Turner heard about Willy and gave him a loving forever home. Deborah Turner adopted Willy and fitted him with the K-9 cart. “This might sound dramatic,” Deborah says. “But it took his world from black and white into full blown color. Because that’s where life began for him.”
Willy overcame his life’s obstacles to become an international superstar on Animal Planet, National Geographic, and the talk show circuit. He traveled the world and carried his message of hope everywhere he went.
My boyfriend put my 3 1/2 lbs chihuahua in the bed of the truck while he was working outside(it was parked) because he didn’t want him running off. well he jumped out and hit his head on the concrete. He whined put he’s eating and drinking fine and his pupils are of equal size but his head is really swollen on the side he hit it on. he also cries if you touch it. I’m going to take him to the vet but i wanted to know if he’s going to be ok? More on My chihuahua puppy fell and hit his head, will he be ok?
I had animal control pick up my moms chihuahua (bambi) yesterday as she bit an elderly woman in her senior complex. my mom is elderly too and is unable to tend to the dog and train her. nor can I because I have 4 inhouse cat and no yard for the dog. I feel terrible as the dog will be put to sleep at the end of 10 days quarantine. More on What should I do if we can no longer care for our dog?
I have another question for you concerning this seperation anxiety on my 8 week old chihuahua. This crying is out of control and I feel so bad that I do not even want to come to work and leave her alone. Someone was telling me about anxiety medicine or natural anxiety medicine. Do they really work and if so is she too young to give her those drops or pills? More on Should I use anxiety meds on my puppy?