We have an 11-month old puppy named Paloma. She's supposed to be 100% standard chihuahua, but, obviously, something went wrong.
Hybrids are usually desirable, anyways, because they are extra sturdy, but of all the possible things to cross a chi with, why a Jack Russel terrier? We're almost certain that's what the father was, but we'll never truly know.
This is what we usually see when she's at the dog park:
Here are the few, danged lucky, shots I have of Paloma at play:
The pictures are kinda out of focus. I was trying a technique used mainly in SLR and manual-focus cameras, where you pick a range, pre-set your focus, and only shoot when the subject races into focus. It kinda works in a digital point and shoot, but I need more practice. That is, of course, why I was shooting the dog.
Here is Paloma at rest: