Lil' Man was a Mother's Day present over 12 years ago. Told my husband yesterday he was the best present I had ever received. Being a chihuahua I could have never predicted the sweet nature of this little dog. He would hug and kiss me every day when I got home (would even get upset if I did not stop to love on him, hiding under the table and not talking to me). You could hold and love on him just like a baby and he ate it up.
Lil'Man was rare in deed because his breed it actually a Mexican Hairless. As you can see he had beautiful hair. People would stop us to compliment how pretty he was, and he knew it. He loved rides, sun bathing, eating and sleeping in the bed like a human. No matter where or when I was he was there. But BoBo loved everyone. He would bark and howl at visitors if they did not stop and acknowledge him.
Lil'Man is the son of proud parents Vicki and Carlos Canales (and Abuela Benita). He is survived by sister Ali Colon and Fur Sister Miss Piggy (and Sandy the cat). Lil'Man as a puppy had an accident and broke two legs and a hip. This my six thousand dollar Chihuahua never let it slow him down. He has lived a full, wonderful life. This little dog with the big heart will be an irreplaceable part of our family. I truly hope that all dogs go to heaven but even if not, this little dog earned his place. Hope to see you when I get there. Cause life without you here just not as bright.