…of the Xoloitzcuintle senior citizens that deserves special mention: TEOTIHUACAN (Hoover) Mex., owned and handled by Jo Acton of Billings, MT, has travelled to many parts of the world and earned many special titles, including World Champion. He was from Choconoztli (Hoover)Mex. and Pijsi Zeltzin (Moreno)Mex. He also was a full sibling to Wld.Ch.MultiCh.Tecuhtli(Hoover)Mex.
Teotihuacan hold titles from
Costa Rica/Grand Costa Rica
Americas and the Caribbean
American Rare Breed Association
United Kennel Club
World Champion 2007
National Canine Association
International – Rarities/North American Kennel Club
He is a multiple Group winner and had a BIS win in 2004.
Tlaloc was from Mex.Ch. Cuauhtli(Premio Real)Mex. & Mex. Ch. Cafe Tibao(Premio Real)Mex. Cuauhtli was from Romero lines and Cafe Tibao was from Cuba, a CPR registration. He was a gift to Lascelles de Premio Real from Dr. Payro. It was significant for Lascie to have a new bloodline brought in and she enjoyed showing him. Cafe Tibao sired two litters for Lascie. One with Cuauhtli and one with Mex. Ch. Atole(Premio Real)Mex.
…to be with her Xolo friends in Xolo Paradise. She was born in the winter of 1999. Daughter of top winning “Bolillo” Yopico-Balam(Santiago)Mex.FCI and Milti-Ch.Wld.Ch.(twice) Citlali(Premio Real)Mex. She was born here at Besito and she was one of the sweetest and most mellow Xolos that ever lived. She retired to New York State and lived with her old friend Chris.
May your star shine brightly, dear “Lupa.”
…for BESITOS TZI TZI…and thank you to the judges who recognized his quality.
Besitos TziTzi is now an AKC Champion, XCUSA Champion and has many Mexican points.
…We are proud that 3 generations of Besitos Xolos have finished their Championship titles within the first year of AKC recognition.
CH Qui Qui Hoover (dam of CH Besitos Golondrina)
CH Besitos Golondrina (dam of Besitos Ini)
CH Besitos Ini
…are Besitos QuiQui and Besitos Quintana Roo.
Besitos Quintana Roo finished his AKC Championship title start to finish in 4 consecutive shows with 1-4pt & 3-5pt majors placing Best of Breed twice over specials competition.
Thank you judges…. Mrs Toddie Clark, Ms Christie Smith, Mrs Susan St John Brown and Mrs Francine Schwartz (pictured). Handled by Christine Feldman-Bartnick.
New AKC Ch. Besitos QuiQui is pictured, to the left, at the 2008 XCUSA Specialty. She is also a multi Ch. and was awarded Best Opposite at the Primitive Breeds Show in Sweden a few years ago. Thank you judges…. Mrs Toddie Clark, Ms Christie Smith, Mrs Susan St John Brown and Mrs Francine Schwartz. And, at the XCUSA Regional she was judged by Christina Sherling. Handled by Maureen Pinto at the XCUSA Specialty. Handled by Christine-Feldman-Bartnick to her AKC Championship. Thank you, ladies.
…that a photo of one of my xolos is in a video from South America, about the origin of dogs. If you view this clip, watch for a big standard hairless male standing on grass in front of our loafing shed. His name is Choconoztli and he was born here. Origin of Dogs (in Spanish, great photography.)