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Mexican Hairless


Mexican Hairless profile

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Lifespan: 12-15 Years

Avg height: 1) Miniature: 25-35cm, 2) Intermediate: 36-45cm, 3) Standard: 46-60cm.

Avg weight: 1) Miniature: 2-7kg, 2) Intermediate: 7-14kg, 3) Standard: 11-18kg.

Coat type: Hairless, or very sparsely haired.

Coat coloursBlack, brindle, fawn, dark brown, copper & white, bronze.

Originally bred for: Companions, guard dogs.

Breed traits: Cheerful, companionable, highly intelligent. 


A little about the Mexican Hairless


The Mexican Hairless or Xolo is a valued companion breed that is easy going and easily trained. As a hairless breed, they are good for people with allergies but become cold easily. 



Occasionally the Mexican Hairless may experience Patellar Luxation. Otherwise, they are a largely healthy breed. 

Please be advised the information provided is purely an indicator of breed traits and characteristics and that within some breeds there can be significant variation.