I wanted to share some cute Chihuahua Poems I found online. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did!
A Toast to the Chihuahua
Tucked away in his miniature body,
All, in the canine world, that's best;
He's "all dog" in the smallest package,
Full of vigorous life and zest.
How he loves, with a love 'most human.'
Never a woe that he does not share;
Never a tear, but he sheds tears with you,
Faithfully following everywhere!
Giving the signal when danger approaches,
Standing his ground like a sentinel bold;
How his eyes shine with the fire of the ages,
How his coat bristles with courage untold!
Plays like a kitten, when puppy or aged,
Prime entertainer for owner or friend;
Easily trained, a superb little showman,
Clowning his antics right on to the end.
Chico, Maquito, Mexita, or Nina,
Don, Lorinel or Carlita Marie:
What's in a name? All the Spanish tradition,
Centuries old in the land of "Si, Si."
Coy little Mexican, cute, trim and tiny,
Loyal companion, top-toy of the day;
Treasured by those who are lucky to own you-
You will continue our breed-choice alway!
-R. E. K. -
Some Lines to the Chihuahua
He's very very tiny
But in his little frame
There's power and there's strength
That's a credit to his name.
He wasn't built for hunting,
He wasn't meant for work;
But if he has a duty,
He's not the one to shirk.
He has uncanny knowledge
Of the do's and dont's of man
And he makes the greastest effort
To please you if he can.
And it there's danger lurking,
He's fearless and he's bold;
And that's why the Chihuahua
Is worth his weight in gold.
- PEARLA O. RICHARDS
Why Own a Chihuahua?
Why own a Chihuahua? There's a danger you know,
You can't own just one, for the craving will grow.
There's no doubt they're addictive, wherein lies the danger,
While living with lots, you'll grow poorer and stranger.
One Chihuahuas no trouble and two are so funny,
The third one is easy; the fourth one's a honey.
The fifth one is delightful; the sixth one's a breeze,
You find you can live with a household with ease.
So how 'bout another? Would you really dare?
They're really quite easy but oh Lord the hair!
With Chihuahuas on the sofa and on the bed,
And crates in the kitchen, it's no bother you said.
They're really no trouble; their manners are great,
What's one more Chihuahua and just one more crate?
The sofa is hairy; the windows are crusty,
The floor is all footprints, the furniture all dusty.
The housekeeper suffers, but what do you care?
Who minds a few nose prints and a little more hair
So let's keep a puppy, you can always find room,
And a little more time for the dust cloth and broom.
There's hardly a limit to the Chihuahuas you add,
The thought of a cutback sure makes you sad.
Each one is so special, so useful, so funny,
The vet and the food bill grows larger, you owe money.
Your folks never visit; few friends come to stay,
Except other Chihuahua folk, who live the same way?
Your lawn has now died, and your shrubs are dead too,
But your weekends are busy; you're off with your crew.
There's dog food and vitamins, training and shots,
And entries and travel and motel which cost lots.
Is it worth it, you wonder? Are you caught in a trap?
Then that favorite Chihuahua comes and climbs in your lap.
His look says you're special and you know that you will,
Keep all of the critters in spite of the bill.
But winter's a hassle; the Chihuahuas hate it too,
They must have their walks though they're numb and you're blue.
Late evening is awful, you scream and you shout
At the Chihuahuas on the sofa that refuse to go out.
The Chihuahuas and the dog show, the travel, the thrills,
The work and the worry, the pressure, the bills.
The whole thing seems worth it, Chihuahuas are our life
They're charming and funny and offset the strife.
Your lifestyle has changed - things won't be the same.
Yes, those Chihuahuas are addictive and so is the game