This brave Chihuahua found the biggest dog to play with. Their fight WILL PUT A SMILE ON YOUR FACE!!!

Friendship doesn’t know limits and ignores the differences. This little 2 week old chihuahua Lilly found an unlikely friend to play with, a Great Dane named Vago. They met at The Forks in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada. Lilly is a fearless Chihuahua warrior, to her size doesn’t matter. She is a lot like the ant from the story about an elephant and ant, small, full of confidence and arrogance. Vago, on the other hand, acts with grace and gentleness, so unexpected from such a large animal. These two will put a smile on your face. Enjoy and share this adorable video with your friends and family. We would greatly appreciate if you invited your friends to LIKE our page. Thank you for watching!


A lot of history of Chihuahuas is a speculation and a theory. The facts tell us that Chihuahua is named after the Mexican State that borders Texas, Arizona, and New Mexico. It is believed that the breed descended from the breed Techichi, that lived in Mayan times (around the 5th century AD). The Toltecs (people that conquered the Mayans) were the first to domesticate the Techichi, they also used the dogs for religious purposes. Later the Aztecs became the ruling class of Mexico, they also had these dogs as companions and used them in religious ceremonies. This has been learned from the writings on tombs, temples, and pyramids. The remains of these small dogs were found in the state of Chihuahua in 1850 in old ruins of the palace, built by Emperor Montezuma I, near Casas Grandes. The remains of the Techichi indicate that the breed was long-haired and mute. After explorers had arrived in the New World, bringing their dogs alongside, the Techichi started mixing. The modern Chihuahua has gone through many changes. The American Kennel Club first registered the Chihuahua as a breed in 1904.

Sources:

http://www.akc.org/breeds/chihuahua/index.cfm

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