Also known as the “Peruvian Inca Orchid," the Peruvian Hairless Dog's ancestors were portrayed on pottery and other artifacts from the Moche, Inca, Chancay and Chimu peoples. Today the dog is revered mostly in its native Peru, where it's considered "cultural patrimony" and protected by law. Peruvians praise the breed for its heat-radiating skin and thinks it's a great dog to have around when you're feeling ill.
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