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15 Chihuahua Mixed Breeds: Pint-Sized Cuties!

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Breeds By Meg Marrs 5 min read June 25, 2019 49 Comments

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Chihuahuas are plucky little pups – but if you adore them, wait until you see our list of Chihuahua mixed breeds!

We talk a lot about pure-breed pups here at K9 of Mine, but mixed breeds are often just as wonderful (and more unique) than their counterparts with narrower ancestries. Take, for example, these obnoxiously cute Chihuahua mixes below!

We dare you not to smile while looking at these darling little dogs!

1. Chizer (Chihuahua x Miniature Schnauzer)

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Photo from 101DogBreeds.com

Chizers are one of the most adorable Chihuahua mixes seen, but they are also quite varied – some look more like their Schnauzer parent, while others take after their Chihuahua parent. Unfortunately, these Schnauzer mixes are often a bit too jumpy to get along well with children.

2. Chion (Chihuahua x Papillon)

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Photo from 101DogBreeds.com

The combination of the Papillon’s long, silky hair and the Chihuahua’s bold personality make Chions as spunky as there are adorable. Plus, the long hair helps these tiny little guys and gals to look a little bigger than they actually are!

3. French Bullhuahua (Chihuahua x French Bulldog)

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Photo from Pinterest

One thing’s for sure: If you combine two of the best companion dog breeds in the world, you are going to get a family-friendly four-footer who loves to hang out with his people. And that’s exactly what most French Bullhuahuas like to do most!

4. Chimeranian (Chihuahua x Pomeranian)

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Photo from The Cutest Puppies

Chimeranians are not only painfully cute (just look at this little fluffball!), but they are also quite agile and active little pups. They’re a little more playful and energetic than many other Chihuahua or Pomeranian mixes, so they’re best suited for families with lots of free time.

5. Chipaniel (Chihuahua x Cocker Spaniel)

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Photo from Chi Spaniel

This is one of the more interesting-looking Chihuahua mixes we’ve seen, and they definitely take after their cocker Spaniel parent. Their long, floppy ears give them a Spaniel-like look, but they still possess the expression and demeanor of their Chihuahua parent too.

6. Chibeagle (Chihuahua x Beagle)

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Photo from SkyCatDog.com

What do you get when you cross a Chihuahua and a beagle? A tri-colored bundle of fun and love, who is willing to follow you around no matter where you go. Plus, they’re pretty darn cute, too!

7. Chiweenie (Chihuahua x Dachshund)

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Photo from 101DogBreeds.com

The best thing about Chiweenies is easily their name. But, their elongated bodies and handsome markings also make them quite endearing. On the downside, these little buggers can be a bit difficult to housebreak, according to some owners.

8. Chi Chon (Chihuahua x Bichon Frise)

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Photo from Holidog Times

Most of the Chi Chons we’ve seen have looked more like Bichon Frises than Chihuahuas, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

Plus, Bichon Frises tend to be better equiped for dealing with extreme temperatures than Chihuahuas are, which may make them good choices for owners who like to spend lots of time outside.

9. Chi Chi (Chihuahua x Chinese Crested)

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Photo from Holidog Times

I don’t know what to say about Chi Chis, but I am sure that if you were to ever start an all-dog, hair-metal band, you’d definitely want these mutts filling out your lineup. If only there was a way to teach them to headbang…

10. Jack Chi (Chihuahua x Jack Russel Terrier)

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Photo from Holidog Times

One of the cutest mixes in our list has to be the Jack Chi. These little pups are often much more energetic than Chihuahuas, thanks to the Jack Russel influence; so be sure you are ready for a little ball of energy before adding one of these little pooches to your family.

11. Chug (Chihuahua x Pug)

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Photo from Pinterest

Little known fact: Chihuahua/Pug mixes can intercept satellite transmissions with their ears. In all seriousness, pug/Chihuahua mixes are typically very good companions, who are both friendly and dedicated to their families (although they often bond strongly with one particular family member). They also don’t have tremendous exercise needs, making them a great breed for seniors or anyone looking for a slower-paced pal.

12. Chibo Terrier (Chihuahua x Boston Terrier)

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Photo from Pinterest

Chibo Terriers often retain the long ears of their Chihuahua parent, but tend to favor their Boston Terrier parent in the personality department. They are one of the more refined-looking Chihuahua mixes, and they project quite a confident, yet approachable, aura.

13. Chat Terrier (Chihuahua x Rat Terrier)

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Photo from Pinterest

Chat Terriers are another one of the turbo-charged Chihuahua mixes on our list. They can also grow a little larger than your average Chihuahua, so be sure that you’re ready for a super-energetic dog before adopting or buying one of these little mutts.

14. Min Chin (Chihuahua x Miniature Pinscher)

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Photo from Pinterest

If you like Chihuahuas because they are big dogs in little bodies, then Miniature pinschers – who are literally big dogs in little bodies — have to be the ideal breed to cross them with. Handsome, self-assured and loving, Min Chins make great pets for families that have plenty of time and attention to spare.

15. Corhuahua (Chihuahua x Pembroke Welsh Corgi)

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Photo from Pinterest

This is a great-looking, endearing and intelligent mix, but the combination of their intelligence and energy level mean that they can become mischievous if not provided with enough exercise and stimulation. Note that the Corgi component of these mixes can cause them to shed heavily.

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These are 15 of the most common Chihuahua mixes, but there are dozens of others we’ve neglected to mention.

In fact, we saved one very popular Chihuahua mix for an article dedicated entirely to them (cue dramatic music) – the Chorkie! You can read all about Chorkies here.

At any rate, don’t hesitate to tell us all about your favorite Chihuahua mix in the comments – you could even tweet us photos, if you like!

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Meg Marrs is the Founder and Director of Marketing at K9 of Mine. She is a lifelong canine enthusiast and adores dogs of all shapes and sizes! She loves iced coffee, hammocks, and puppy-cuddling!

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Elizabeth Sherrylee Guerette

I’m just curious if any of y’all had ever seen a chipit? that is what we call a combination of pitbull and Chihuahua LOL

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Ben Team

Can’t say that I’ve seen one myself, Elizabeth, but that certainly sounds, uh, interesting!
🙂

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Vallarey

I used to work at a pet friendly store and one of my favorite customers had a chi pit named Gemma. She looked like a pocket bully with big ears.

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Stephanie Cassano

I seen a picture of Chihuhaha and pug mixed are they ever mixed. I’m to scared to get another pure breed chiuhaha because my last on passed due to Epilepsy. I tried every I could to save her. Please text me

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Ben Team

Hey there, Stephanie.
You could probably find a Chihuahua-pug mix — you’ll just have to start searching all the usual places (such as local shelters, PuppyFinder.com, etc.
Best of luck!

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Sharon

We have a sweetheart Chi whose great gramma was a Rottweiler-Pitbull mix. Don’t know what you would call him. Kody sits, lies down, heels and will fetch his 6 favorite toys by name (gater, weeny, rags, elly, bunny, teddy). He was born with a “docked” tail. We adore him!!!

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Ben Team

He sounds wonderful, Sharon! Thanks for sharing!

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Tiffany A Stanley

A Chi-rotbull

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J Martin Jones

We have a ShiChi, a Shih tzu-Chihuahua mix.
She looks more like a Papillon, but out of four litters, she’s the only one who didn’t look more Shih tzu.
We joke that we have a Chinese-Mexican dog with an Irish name: Teagan Moira.

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Tiana

I have a mix of a chihuahua and I think he’s either a Carhuahua or a Chat Terrier I don’t know, but I think he’s a Chat though cause it looks like in that pic my dog has the same design but black body, white chest and paws, and brown ankles and the tip of his ears are brown.

He’s also a very fast dog so can you help me out, I need to know what breed he is… cause we go him from the pound and they never said his breed, but he did say he’s about five yrs old.

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Ben Team

Hey, Tiana.
Unfortunately, the only way you’ll really know is to use a doggie DNA test.
Let us know what it determines!

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Rainy Stormcloud

Hi, my Jack Chi Charlie (Jack Russell/Chihuahua) can pull me out of any pandemic boredom funk with his happy upbeat personality. He’s, not only, my best buddy & companion but he’s the best alarm system ever.
He’s smart as a whip too. I’ve never had a dog this dang smart. He learned to fetch on our first go… although sometimes we play by “Charlie” rules which means that he’ll bring bony, (his toy) just out of my reach enticing me into a game of chase. He also knows every single one of his toys..by name. So if I say, “go get bunny” he’ll run and find his bunny toy or if I say,” go get froggy” he’ll run and find his froggy toy etc, etc. He was a dream to housebreak.
Make no mistake, these little guys are packed full of energy and will NOT get their needed exercise out of a simple game of fetch…unless it’s XGames fetch. Which for us, means going to the grassy lot across the street where Charlie can run non-stop at full throttle as I throw his fetching toy as far & as hard as I can. It’s impossible for me to stay depressed around this little guy….and I LOVE HIM the most for that. Even when he naps he naps right by the front window (his favorite spot) where he can be aware of EVERYTHING that goes down in our house. My Jack Chi has the color & markings plus the personality and energy of a Jack Russell with the ears, eyes, pointy muzzle, curled up tail and spindly back legs of a Chihuahua.
My Jack Chi has brightened up my life in more was than I ever thought possible.

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Angelia Ponds

Sooo Beautiful– all mixes! My Diamond is on her 6th breed! She is the most Beautiful. & SMARTEST “child” of mine! I told my children to not make me choose — bcuz she is the most smartest, lol! AW, you can’t miss with ANY mixed breed…they are the BEST!

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Betty Gauthier

My Chihuahua Live 12 year older and her name PJ. She Passway at 12 year old.

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jnette davies

“15 the corhuahua picture, that is my missing dog Molly. She has been missing since Nov 10th 2019. Where did that picture come from and who has that animal? My world has never been the same without her. If you can help me I would greatly appreciate it.
Thank You

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Ben Team

Hey, Jnette.
That’s a photo from Pinterest. Just click the link beneath the photo.
But I’m pretty sure we first published this article several years ago.
Best of luck finding your pooch!

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Dave

I had a Chihuahua Italian Greyhound mix. We said he was a a Greyhuahua or an Italian Chihuahua. His name was Jesse and the best dog ever..

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Betty Dodge

I LIKE JACK CHI CHIHUAHUR JACK RUSSET TERRIER AND CHUG CHIHUAHUA PUG WE LOST ARE CHIHUAHUA,

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Teresa Ramirez

I use to have a chi-winnie named spike I had him for 18 yrs. He was wonderful. He passed away from a heartache five yrs ago. A mix breed are just as lovable as a full breed. I have a Chihuahua now plus a pit mix and these to love each other. Thunder the pit mix protects his little brother poncho. Like I said mix breeds ate wonderful.

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Valerie arturi [email protected]

I had a Boston Pit, and it passed away. We miss her so much. Does anyone know how I could get another 1/2 Pit 1/2 Boston Terrier? People would stop us all the time and ask where we got a miniature pit bull. I’d explain that it was a mix. Miss her like crazy, val Arturi [email protected]

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Gloria Henson

I have a dachiky, dachshund, Chihuahua and Yorky. Totally adorable.

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Donna Shaffer

I love Chihuahuas. I have a Chihuahua that I rescued. She was scared of everyone when I got her. Her owner would kick her with steel-toed boots. It’s a miracle he didn’t kill her. Now she is spoiled rotten. She has clothes, coats, sweaters, little boots, hats (she hates the hats LOL). SHE HAS ALL KINDS OF TOYS.

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Tina Chavez

It’s awful to see a beautiful ancient breed like the chihuahua and other breeds being mixed like this, it’s just awful. Who knows what will happen to these breeds down the line and the harm it will cause.

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Judy A Hummel

The pictures of these “designer breeds” as they’re called now and sell for enormous amounts of money are adorable BUT when you crossbreed there is no quarantine what each individual pup will look like and what it will look like when it’s grown. When I was growing up and 2 dogs of different breeds had puppies they were called mutts and you gave them away. Does the AKC accept any of these “breeds”? Because I have a deerhead chi and it upsets me they are not recognized by the AKC. They are chi’s just like the apple head.

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Stella REBELLO

I have a cheagle with weenie in him. daddy is chihuahua and mom is a mixture of everything. ty for giving me an insight to my babies

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Richie, Cape Cod

“Caper” was my “Taco Terrior ” for 14 great years, we miss her so much; in search of another. The Taco, aka Chitoxy, is 1/2 Toy Fox Terrior, 1/2 Chiauawawa. Can Anyone Help me find one?? PLEASE call or txt any info. THANX , Richie 508-815-6624

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Gordon Abbe

Please send me information all about Chihuahuas. Thank you !

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Mary Conger

Looking for a chiuhuwa puppy female.

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Billie Jones

I’m looking for a very small male chihuahua puppy that will be 5 pounds or less when full grown. No papers needed near Yuma Arizona

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Carol Doppler

How bout a husky n chihuahua. That is what I have
A chusky

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Nora Smith

We have rescued a Chihuahua, Doxie, Jack Russell terrier mix. Wow… talk about energetic! But a cuddler too. He is a big chewer!!! And of course gets the zoomies at times too. His name is Chance and he looks like Dobby from Harry Potter with those ears. And yes he loves socks!!

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Jill

I rescued a 2 year old Chug 2 months ago and I can’t say enough about her. Intelligent, loyal, playfully amusing and tries so hard to please. It’s hard to find enough ways to reward her!

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Marilyn Prevatt

I just rescued a 4 year old dog that obviously has chihuahua in him, was hoping to find any that look like this dog, I was disappointed

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Sandy redetzke

Our good little boy Gizmo our Min Chin is suffering from a back injury. He is the best dog we have. He is a rescue and has stolen our hearts. Do you know of any rescues in Kansas that we could possible adopt from? A life without a Min Chin is not one I want to go back to! Doxo

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Janice hampton

I have a male chihuahua with a reddish brown coat how do I know what he is mix with and his sister has a light brown coat with a little bit of white but his mother is light brown and white color and his father is black and white and tan would that make his color come out a reddish color

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ROSE OMALLEY

Looking for a fur baby that I can spoil. Lost my ratterrier to heaven an miss him alot.
Saw some cuties like ratterier chihuahua orfull chihuahua.

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Karen Lamb

Get ready for high energy dogs that are hard to house break. I adopted two chihuahua mixes. Very cute and loving but also high maintenance and crazy compared to my other dogs. Every other day they don’t recognize my husband and act like he’s an intruder and want to attack him. Cute but not a breed for everyone, lol!!

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Ben Team

Chihuahuas certainly have strong personalities! Thanks for reading, Karen.
🙂

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Rainy Stormcloud

I had a pure breed Chihuahua for 8yrs, till he passed. 2yrs later I was given a Jack Chi (Jack Russell/Chihuahua) as a gift from an ex. I never had any problems house training either one. I actually used to joke that It was almost as if they house trained themselves because it happened so quick. My first little guy didn’t have a doggie door so he actually had to let me know when he wanted to go out to potty (we have a completely fenced in yard) but with my Jack Chi we installed a doggie door for him so he came in and out at will. Also, “accidents” were very, very rare, maybe only a couple of times in a lifetime and only happened during cold rainy weather and always right next to his doggie door….but that’s just my experience.

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Connie Kretschmer

I am in S.E. Kansas and Im looking for a chiwauhwah mix. That is what I had until she passed with cancer.
Anyone out there with puppies?

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Lauretta McNeil

I would love stop that chipug

. How do I contact you? And where are you located ?

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Meg Marrs

We don’t sell dogs, these images are just for fun!

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Ashley Beller

Cool! thanks i am checking out a dog for two days and it turns out the dog i am dog sitting is a Chihuahua and Cocker Spaniel.

Thanks for the information.

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B

I have a shichi and they are adorable

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Donna Jones

Do you know where I can find chimeranian?

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lyn catasta

recently bought a small chi pup 5 mths. but cannot work out what other mix is in her ….if any…wondering if you could help…..how should I send a snap of her from cell phone???thanks

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Meg Marrs

We don’t identify breeds – sorry!

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Billie Peck

Im looking for small chi mix and maybe..

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Billie Peck

Im looking for small chi mix and maybe a Chizer. Please let me know what you have near Dallas, Texas

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