Sometimes I see a Mexican hairless dog ( Xoloitzcuintli ) sitting and tickling himself with his back foot. It looks very cute and interesting, isn't it? If this happens to your dog, especially in Mexican dogs, you're not going to feel that way. Because if the Mexican hairless dog tickles regularly, it may be a skin allergy problem.
People who have raised Mexican hairless dogs may wonder: Why are hairless dogs so susceptible to illness? Here's the answer.
In fact, these ugly Mexican hairless dogs are not only expensive, but also of historical and cultural value. The Mexican hairless dog represents the company of love and death.