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Could You Be a Chihuahua Leader?

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If you met him at a social event, I’m fairly certain that you would see Samuel as a smart and upbeat man in his mid-fifties. If you spend even a few minutes around him, you would see a warm, engaging man who lights up around people.

You might not recognize him as a chihuahua. But he is one.

Let me explain. Most of us have encountered a chihuahua at some point. They are little tiny…




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