Proudly Presenting….Newly Certified Therapy Dogs…

…Quixote and Quetzal pose to show their special vests that they will wear when they are working as therapy Xolos.  They are both top winning agility performers and Quetzal is a top winning show dog, as well.  The Xolos that live with Barbara Griffin and Don Webb really work hard as ambassadors for the breed.  Congratulations on this achievement, Quetzal & Quixote, Barbara & Don. 

XCUSA National and Regional Specialties

The members of XCUSA would like to invite Xolo enthusiasts from around the world to attend our 2010 Xoloitzcuintle Club USA National & PNW Regional Specialties, October 15 – 17, in beautiful Vancouver, Washington, along the banks of the the mighty Columbia River. XCUSAmembers would be delighted if you joined us for our big event at the Red Lion at the Quay, and would be happy to assist you in any way. The Red Lion hotel includes a full-service restaurant and lounge, coffee makers, microwaves &refrigerators in every room, free high-speed wireless internet access and direct access to a scenic Waterfront Renaissance Trail along the Columbia River.

Getting to the XCUSA show site is a quick 15 minute ride from Portland International Airport and is made easy with the Red Lion Complimentary Airport Shuttle. Shopping is minutes away in the heart of Vancouver, WA, which includes a farmers market every weekend through October.   Portland, Oregon lies right across the river and offers many shopping venues, art Galleries, rose gardens, Japanese and Chinese gardens, the Hoyt Arboretum, museums, heritage sites, an excellent zoo, and a multitude of other local and regional attractions.

Please visit our internet show site at www.xcusa.net and consider joining us for this event. You will be welcomed with open arms. Be ready for a “xolo” good time and good sportsmanship.

Yatsil is 15 years old…

…Happy Birthday  “devil baby”!!!!

In this very old photo, Yatsil won Best of Breed at the Winter International in Mexico City,..95?, 96?  Handled by Bill Dellar and the judge was Raphael Santiago of Puerto Rico.  Yatsil became a Mexican Champion.  Her sire was Mex. Ch. Atemoc (Jaloma) Mex. and she was out of Mex. Ch. Maya (Hoover)Mex.