Thanks for your patience

Dear friends in the Xolo World, please forgive me for being very non communicative for about the past 5 years. I have been caring for my aged husband who was 93 years old.
We were together nearly 29 years and I worked very hard to give him a beautiful life on the ranch. Beautiful surroundings, excellent food including homegrown vegetables and grass fed beef
and always fresh eggs. We had an ideal life and he was able to stay here on the ranch right up to the last with the help of excellent caregivers and hospice angels and dear friends.
I am so grateful for all of those years and I miss him terribly. As time passes I will be getting back into working with the Xolos as best I can. I have bred some and will have young
puppies. I also have retired Xolos that I place for very little. They are healthy, vaccs up to date and good companions.
If you have filled out a questionnaire for me please get back to me now that I will be breeding and raising new litters.
I look forward to hearing from you.

A standard litter…

…3 coated and 3 hairless…..chichiXskeet060616.72
Very sweet personalities in the puppies and wonderful parents.

I am having difficulty keeping up with my inquiries. If you have contacted me asking for a standard pup, please get back to me now and we can talk more.

A Xolo’s highest potential is as a companion

…In the past year we had a beautiful male hairless standard pup that showed great promise. As I watched his development I realized that his puppy hockiness might not correct itself enough for him to be a top winner. He went to a wonderful family in Vancouver, B.C., Canada. I am very proud to post photos of him with his BF Nick. In March they took a 3rd place ribbon at their first obedience class. This past weekend they took big ONE–Obsidian and Nick got 1st place in their second obedience course!
Let’s be proud of this young man and his Xolo!!!

I want to share this…

…absolutely lovely male standard coated Xoloitzcuintle. His name is Besitos Coal and he was sired by Besitos Yoreme (owned by Eva Voslarova of the Czech Rep.), out of Besitos Chiquihuite (owned by Jo Acton & Patty Hoover).

Finally, I am able to come out of hibernation.

It has been impossible for me to maintain my site and keep up with my emails for a long time. I am overjoyed that I now can set aside a little time each day and get this part of my life back. I love sharing photos with all of you.

This is a photo of two adorable little female hairless xolos that are a few weeks old. They are from Mistli and Dakota.

A message from a lady who adopted…

…a retired standard hairless xolo: “I just wanted to write and tell you how wonderful Opoa is… We have really bonded. She goes to work with me everyday and so many people ask about her and the breed. It is really wonderful to tell people how exceptional these beautiful dogs are.. Opoa lets everyone pet her and they all say how beautiful she is.. I am forever hooked on the Xolo breed ! Someday in the near future I would love to have another xolo. I am not sure if a puppy or a retired xolo is what I would want. They are amazing dogs.. Full of love and soulful. Thank you for the chance to know them. I am so grateful.”