aba! kuryana na si julia! ehe! hapong pala! hinde, naging intsek sya! … o hige! hasyanana para alang-away! heheheh!
WALANG IYAKAN HA. PANOORIN NYO TODear Sophia, heheheheh!
Ella1 arrived safely in heaven. There was no picture but your letter was a big help and I recognized her right away.
Ella1 isn’t sick anymore. Her spirit is here with me just like it stays in your heart. Ella1 loved being your dog. Since we don’t need our bodies in heaven, I don’t have any pockets to keep your letter in so I am sending it back to you in a dream for you to keep and have something to remember Ella1 by.
Thank you for the beautiful letter and thank your mother for writing and sending it to me. What a wonderful mother you have. I picked her especially for you. I send my blessings every day and remember that I love you very much.
By the way, I’m easy to find. I am wherever there is love.
… humans go to all directions searching for comfort and beauty like no other creatures … in a particular island of the far east, looking at the north, south and west to find beauty is the way of life, not knowing that humans in those other directions are looking back at us … because they know that real beauty is in us, not and never in them …Sophia’s dog is a female chihuahua, a tiny toy sized dog and her name is huwana, and maxene fondly calls her as wanay. The other dog is tala, a big german shepherd but it is not the pet of sophia, nor maxene.
Wanay’s body is longer than it is tall. The head is well-rounded, apple in shape and the muzzle is short and pointed with a well-defined stop.
Being less than one year old, she still has a soft spot on the top of the skull called a “molera,” which usually closes by adulthood.
Her color is a proud chocolate brown and has large, round eyes which are set well apart. The erect ears are large. The tail is long, sickle-shaped and either curled over the back or to the side. The coat is short and flat.ave,
Wanay is cheerful and agile. She is loyal and has become attached to us. She likes to lick her owners’ faces, very intelligent, learn quickly, and respond well to proper, firm but gentle and positive reinforcement training.
Not difficult to housebreak and not allowed jumping up on humans. She is still allowed to be cuddled coz she is still a less than a year old very cute baby.
Sophia, her owner, does not want wanay to be the pack leader so as not to develop many behavior issues such as jealousy, aggression with other dogs and sometimes with humans.
Or else, wanay will become undeniably suspicious of people except for its owners. Wanay can develop as a pack leader and snap at children if not trained well to become trustworthy.
Because of its size, this breed tends to be babied. Small dogs also tend to be walked less as humans assume they get enough exercise just running around during the day.
Always remember that a walk provides more than just exercise. It provides mental stimulation and satisfies the migration instinct all dogs have in order to avoid being snappish, yappy, protective and untrustworthy with kids and humans they do not know.
Chihuahuas that are human’s pack leader tend to be fairly dog-aggressive. An owner should realize this and treat the Chihuahua no differently than a large breed,
Becoming a clear pack leader, the owner will get a different, more appealing temperament out of this wonderful little dog, finding it to be a good little child companion.
Huwana can be prone to rheumatism, slipped stifle, colds and gum problems. Also corneal dryness and secondary glaucoma, due to their protruding eyes. Gains weight easily.
So, Sophia takes caution around toxic products such as chocolate or fertilizer. Wanay is a very small breed and it will not take much to poison them.
Chihuahuas are often born via cesarean section because puppies are born with relatively large heads. Susceptible to fractures and other accidents in puppyhood.
The molera or unclosed section of the skull can remain open throughout chihuahua’s life. This makes the dog prone to injury; and has a tendency to wheeze and snore because of their small, short muzzles.
Prone to stress, caused by the owners tendency to treat them like little babies. All dogs, even tiny ones, need to feel their owners are strong-minded beings able to handle the entire pack.
Wanay likes warm weather and dislikes the cold and needs space just like any other dog. Her small size does not mean she can be kept in a very small area. Wanay needs a large area to play like any other dog.
Although it is tempting to carry this dainty creature about, wanay is an active little dogs that need a daily walk. Play can take care of a lot of the needed exercise, however, as with all breeds, play will not fulfill their primal instinct to walk.
Dogs that do not get to go on daily walks are more likely to display a wide array of behavior problems, as well as neurotic issues. They will also enjoy a good romp in a safe open area off lead, such as a large, fenced-in yard.
Sophia hopes Wanay to live more than 15 or even 30 years if possible..
Her ears must be checked regularly and the nails trimmed. This breed is an average shredder.
Wanay belongs to the oldest breed on the american continent and the smallest breed in the world. Her ancestors were to Mexico, where it received its name from the Mexican State of Chihuahua which is only a shouting distance from El Paso where a very, very young lady lived and was baptized her name Julia.
Chihuahuas were sacred to pre-columbian Indian nations and were also popular pets to the upper class. The dogs are prized for their size and are most valued to some fanciers when they weigh under 2-1/4 pounds (1.3 kg) with Wanay’s chocolate brown.