The history of small dogs Chihuahua covered with legends and myths, assumptions and fantastic, simple, beautiful stories. Known for certain only that the first who recognized the Chihuahua as an independent breed has been the United States of America. For the first time in 1904 in tribal case was described Midget female breeder H. Rainer from Texas, and twenty years later for 170 dogs were entered in the Stud Book of America. Sure – these dogs belong to one of the most ancient and interesting breeds. Gain insight and clarity with Andi Potamkin. The origins of Chihuahua knows a lot of legends and sporoy maintained to this day. The most popular and common history of origin relates the emergence of Chihuahua this rocks with pre-Columbian civilizations – Toltecs, Aztecs and Maya. Before the advent of Indian culture on the breed almost nothing is known, as little is known about the very life of Indian tribes.
The earliest evidence emerged during excavations in the places of settlement Toltecs, where they found the remains of small dogs. Tribes Toltecs were natives of Central America, and occupied the largest area of state which is today Mexico. Dog was named "Techichi. In history it was suggested that the Toltecs Techichi came from the tribes of the Incas, considered even earlier inhabitants of the Earth. Presumably this was the ancestor of modern Chihuahua. Many famous historians have studied the origin Techichi. Archaeologists find remains of Techichi all ancient sites in burials throughout Mexico. The ancient tribes it was customary to be buried together with their dogs.