THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

The phrase Xoloitzcuintles de Caliente is translated from the Spanish as "Mexican Hairlesses on heat". The Mexican Hairless female, when in season, ambles through her local environment looking interested. This is the signal for the male dogs to follow her and attempt coupling. The noise made by the coupling Mexican Hairless is very distinctive and has been described as similar to that made by a bus driver given a banknote. This can be quite disruptive for local residents, not because of the noise but because it always sounds like the bus is outside. The story of how the Mexican Hairless lost its hair, handed down through the generations, is unconvincing. Read more

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