Craig R. knows how to get our attention. “Chupacabras are real!” read the subject line of his email. How in the world could we not click? What Craig had for us was some photographic evidence of the beast.. sleeping in his home.
As it turns out, his dog Jack bears a striking resemblance to recent sightings of the fabled “Goat Sucker”, enough so that Craig believes they might be one in the same.
Is the Chupacabra related to Jack? Read the email below and decide for yourself!
Chupacabras are real..
I am sure there are generations of groups that have figured out how to live in the wild. The wild ones will of course have more exaggerated wild features.
Jack is a coated Xolo. 4 out of 5 in a litter are black skin and hairless. One out of 5 still have the black skin but they have coats (like Jack) and a full set of teeth (hairless ones are missing most of there teeth which explains the wild hairless Xolo feeding habits). Standard size of Xolo is 35 pounds. Jack is an intermediate 20 pounds. They have minis to that look like Chihuahuas.
So forget that Jack is not hairless and study the features of jack. The paws….the teeth. Jack has elongated fangs. I play tough of war with them they are so long. Look at the nose, the head, the ears. The Shorter front legs. The rabbit like hips.
He is pretty much a spitting image of the museum Chupacabras and pics.
I can even explain the padding on the hind end of the Texas one. They’re hip bone because he has rabbit like hips stick out on each side of the tale.
If its a wild one, they will need extra PADDING there to comfort from hard rocks and hard surface while sitting. Plus they wedge they’re hips with those bones against a vertical surface to help them curl up in a tight ball. So those pads are easily explainable.
I live in San Diego. There is a lady who is one of the main Xolo experts here lives down my street. Jack has the exact same personality as her other hairless Xolos. He has same exact traits as the Xolo breed reviews. There is no question in her mind that Jack is not a purebred coated Xolo.
Chupacabras are wild or feral Xolos that’s it.
But they are very cool and rare so its all good people stuff them and put them on display.
But it will be a hard debate being that they are a 3000 year old breed. “Most likely, early forerunners of the Xolo originated as spontaneous hairless mutations of indigenous American dogs.”
So what do you think? Does Craig own one of the legendary beasts blamed for desiccated animals all over the southwest for decades? Is Jack not the most adorable Chupacabra you’ve ever seen? Do you own a Xolo breed dog? We want to hear what you think! Find us on Facebook, tweet us @WeirdHQ, or leave a comment below!