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Chihuahuas for Beginners
The Chihuahua is a lively, charming, and intelligent breed. They are very devoted to their owners, though usually only choose one or two "favorites". Not only do they give affection, they... More > in turn demand it. Their creative and curious nature drives them to create various ways to gain your attention. Owners of more independent breeds may find the Chihuahua too needy. Households with older children are preferred, as they can be injured easily by younger children. Valued for their loyalty and courageousness, they often become "full of themselves" and will challenge much larger dogs and strangers, and because of their size this can often result in severe injuries or possibly death. They are also very suspicious of strangers (which also makes them good watchdogs), and will not let you out of their sight. It's often said they have "terrier-like" qualities... as they are very alert, observant, bold and saucy...
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Your Toy Group
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Calendar of many dogs within the Toy Group. Taken ringside and in grooming stations, all are wonderful examples of these breeds. Also included is breed specific information and quotes from... More > historical or social history.< Less
Dogs Are Family Too
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The children will enjoy learning about their canine friends and they will also delight in knowing that dogs are part of their family too. This book contains information about various dogs’... More > personalities or temperaments, and exciting photographs of various kinds of breeds such as a Miniature American Eskimo Dog, Basset Hound, Chihuahua, Dalmatian, Field Spaniel, Golden Retriever, Havanese, Irish Terrier, Maltese, Miniature Poodle, Papillon, Pomeranian, Samoyed, Shih Tzu, and a West Highland White Terrier.< Less
A Crash Course On How to Grow Jalapenos
A Crash Course on How to Grow Jalapenos
The jalapeño is a medium-sized chili pepper. A mature jalapeño fruit is 2–3½ inches (5–9 cm) long, and is commonly picked and... More > consumed while still green, but occasionally it is allowed to fully ripen and turn crimson red. It is a cultivar of the species Capsicum annuum originating in Mexico, which is a bush that grows 2–4 ft (60–120 cm) tall. It is named after Xalapa, Veracruz, where it was traditionally cultivated. About 160 km2 (40,000 acres) are dedicated for the cultivation in Mexico, primarily in the Papaloapan River basin in the center of the state of Veracruz and in the Delicias, Chihuahua, area.
This book covers several topics including:
- Nutrition Information
- Climate & Growing Conditions
- How to Prepare the Garden Soil
- How to Plant
- How to Water
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