“I met Diego because he belonged to my sister-in-law in Rochester. We were visiting the family and they had just gotten Diego as an addition to their two other dogs; 2 black pugs.
He was called Diego because somebody sold him to her as a rare hairless Mexican dog breed. He had very little hair at the time. They said that a Hairless Mexican Dog’s tummy would act like a natural hot water bottle. I had him on my lap, trying to feel his warmth and was sort of buying into the story.
We know the story isn’t true because his hair grew back.”