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Stoney-Brooks Xoloitzcuintli

 

A Dog is only as good as the breeder it comes from, nothing is more important than correct good natured show dogs that are healthy!!

All our Breeding Xolos are Tested with Embark Genetics for healthyness and proof of Pure genetics. Embark test for over 170 Genetic Health conditions to tell whether your dog is at risk/ Carrier/ or clear.   Also Tested for Hips/Elbows/Patellas/Cardiac/Dentition/Eyes.

We are always looking for good homes for coated Xolo's so if you would like to be on our waiting list for either a hairless or coated Xolo please give us a call. All pet puppies go on a spayed/neutered contract and placed a limited registration.

Anyone considering a Xolo puppy should take measures to educate themselves on the breed and or seek advise from someone who is experienced in the breed. They are very different!

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Our Dogs Are NOT KENNEL DOGS, THEY ARE HOUSE DOGS RAISED FOR GOOD TEMPERMENTS 

We breed for proper breed type and to keep the original temperament that the dog has had for thousands of years. 

 We have excellent Service Xolos for the Disabled.  Our breeding programs coateds have served as service dogs for many kinds of needs.  If you are looking into getting a service dog that is a Xolo please call us as we can match the proper temperament that you will need to suit a Handicap adult or child.

 

 (About Coated Xoloitzcuintli)   

People often go for the Hairless Xolo over the Coated Variety, But if you are a breeder you know how important it is for the gene pool to have these Coateds.  They Maintain our level of bone and substance, keep more teeth in the hairless breed.  They are a dog that many i have had here were placed in homes for service animals which from the right Temperament make fantastic working animals.  The coat on the coated should be very short and tight to the body and remarkably they dont shed that much when they have proper coat.  I have had coateds go to homes with people with allergies and they were fine because these aniamls had proper coat and temperament. 


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Xoloitzcuintli Club Of America

This Breed is an Ancient Natural Breed from Mexico that comes in 2 Varietys, Hairless and Coated. We breed for the Standard Size but will occasionally have Minatures. Their are many Legends of the Breed having a reputation as a healer. The breed and it's warm leather skin are often thought to ward off and cure ailments like: Rheumatism, Asthma, Toothaches and Insomia. The Xolo's were also believed to safeguard the home from Evil Spirits and ward off intruders.

The Xoloitzcuintli is AKC's 170th breed. At the February 2010 Boarding the Xoloitzcuintli became eligible for AKC registration, December 1, 2010, and was eligible for competition in the Non-Sporting Group, effective January 1, 2011. At the May 2008 Board Meeting the Xoloitzcuintli was approved to compete in the Miscellaneous Class this became effective January 1, 2009. At the April 2006 Board Meeting the Xoloitzcuintli became eligible to compete in AKC Companion Events effective January 1, 2007. Other names for the breed include Mexican Hairless and Tepezcuintli. The name is pronounced show-low-eats-queen-tlee. The Xolo has threes sizes - toy, miniature and standard.  The word Xoloitzcuintli is derived from the name of the Aztec god Xolotl and the Aztec word for dog, itzcuintli Known to exist in Mexico for over 3,000 years, the Xolo can justly claim the distinction as first dog of the Americas. The Xoloitzcuintli was AKC registered from 1887 until 1959 (listed as Mexican Hairless). Me Too (#6074) was the first Mexican Hairless registered with the AKC. Owner: Mrs. Hubert T. Foote, New York City. Whelped 1882. Black. Won 1st and spec. New Haven; 1st New York; 1st Philadelphia; 1st New York; 1884. 1st and spec. New Haven; 1st Boston; 1st New York; 1st Philadelphia, 1885. 1st New Haven; 1st Boston; 1st and spec. Hartford; 1st New York, 1886. Chinito Jr., bred and owned by Valetska Radtke of New York City became the breed's first and only AKC champion (from 1887-1959) on October 19, 1940. Efforts to establish the Xolo as a purebred met with little success. No large scale breeding programs existed to promote good quality. Neither country of origin nor the breed standard (at that point in time) offered direction to breeders. Interest waned and in April 1959, the AKC voted to drop the Mexican Hairless from the Stud Book. Xolos appear in paintings by famous Mexican artists such as Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo. The breed is viewed as a national treasure in Mexico.

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International Canine Semen Bank
Xoloitzcuintli Club Of America
United Kennel Club
Embark Genetics Testing
Orthapedic Foundation For Animals
American Hairless Terrier Club Of America

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