Maybe a little strange and not very pretty, but very interesting. Hairless Khala dog is very interesting for those who like the unusual breed.
HAIRLESS KHALA: HISTORY
Hairless Khala comes from Latin America, where he came from Mexico through Central America and South America. In these parts of the world is very popular. It is known by many names such as, for example, Khala Grande, Khala Medio, Pila and Bolivian Khala. Sam Khala title means “no suits” in the language of Quechua Indians.
It is a great rarity to meet the dog outside the boundaries of these regions. Mainly grown in pairs, so the owners are taken by two dogs. Recently recognized as a separate breed.
HAIRLESS KHALA: APPEARANCE AND ANATOMY
There are two types of Hairless Khala. It is a short leg Khala in medium size and long legs Khala. The layout is exactly the same, only different are the legs length. It works very agile and so and moving. Without difficulty.
The average size of the breed Hairless Khala is in the range of 14 to 17 inches, while the weight is in the range of 15 to 30 lbs.
HEAD: long, wide distance between the ears.
EARS: large and thin, wide at base, tapering, carried folded back.
EYES: large, oval, dark in color.
TEETH: scissors and a powerful bite.
BODY: long, strong, deep chest.
NECK: medium length, very strong.
BACK: long, well-built.
TAIL: long, tapering from the root to the top, worn down, saber.
LEGS: medium length, strong and straight.
PAWS: well-defined, slightly longer fingers.
COLOR: one color, longer hair on the head is white.
HAIRLESS KHALA: CHARACTER AND BEHAVIOR
Hairless Khala has a minor character and has very peaceful mood. Tolerance is at a high level, but with strangers can be well reserved. According to another animal is quiet but everything to a certain extent. Is committed to maximum violence in which he lives. This is a primitive breed that requires a master with a lot of experience to understand the unusual behavior and requirements. The greatest happiness of the dog is when have the same kind of the dog in the house. Therefore, it is advisable to opt for a pair. Then they will think that they live in the pack and will be very pleasant for socializing, playing and walking. But on the other hand, it can cause behavioral problems of another kind. Not recommended for families with small children.
HAIRLESS KHALA: ADAPTATION AND CONDITIONS OF LIFE
In a way, we have already explained what prefers Hairless Khala. Life in the pack, with the same breed if possible. With other animals and pets can not agree, but you should expect rejection. It will not handle very well indoors, so it would be best to have a yard. If this is impossible, we should perform daily walks and plenty of games in nature. Due to the lack of hair, it is not advisable long exposure to the sun. Coaching is easy, since this dog is a very fast learner and is ready to respond to any command. Does not require a trained coach or a dose of experience is preferred.
HAIRLESS KHALA SEEN BY CHILDREN
HAIRLESS KHALA: HEALTH PROBLEMS AND CARE
By nature and selection, Hairless Khala is generally healthy breed. It is resistant to all conditions of life, because he is used to living in the Indian tribes in the harsh conditions of life.
What is desirable is a regular skin care, certain creams, which will recommend a veterinarian.
The lifespan of the breed Hairless Khala is 10-14 years.