There may only be one breed on this list, but it is unique because it deserves its page. Here, I present the only dog beginning with X, the Xoloitzcuintli.
The dog listed below is a breed that the American Kennel Club has recognized.
The first thing you will probably want to know is how to pronounce Xoloitzcuintli. This can be a mouthful even when you know how to pronounce it, but for those who want to try, it is pronounced: “show-low-eets-queent-lee.”
The Xoloitzcuintli is also nicknamed xolo. They are also known as Mexican hairless dogs. This breed comes in a coated and hairless variety. A slender, naked body characterizes the hairless dog. This variety of Mexican dog is easy to groom due to the lack of a thick coat on their body. The coated type comes with a closely fitted coat that is shiny.
They are slender dogs with an elegant but muscular and powerful bodies. V-shaped ears characterize Their head. The ears depict increased alertness, especially when the dog is in a serious mood.
The Xoloitzcuintli will weigh 55 pounds and can stand at 20 inches.