The Chilier’s color, type of coat, and length of coat all depend upon the immediate parentage of the Chilier. The parent breeds of the Chilier are slightly different in size and in the way their coat is made up. Some Chihuahuas have longer hair. Others are short-haired. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel has medium to long fur. The smooth-coated Chihuahua has a smooth, shiny coat that is close to the body with a ruff of thicker hair on the neck. The long-coated Chihuahua has a soft coat that may be slightly curly. The ears will have an extra fringe of hair and a plumed tail. He may also have feathering on his feet. Chihuahuas may be a variety of colors, so predicted a color for its progeny is difficult. Colors range from black, white, fawn, chocolate, gray, silver, tricolor, brindle, spotted, and merle. It is also important to know about the appearance of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel in order to determine what the Chilier might look like. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel generally has a medium-length coat which is generally silky to the touch with wavy hair. He may come in a variety of colors: Blenheim, tricolor, black and tan, or ruby. Generally, Blenheim is the most common color make-up of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, which is a chestnut and white coat. He will have feathered hair on his ears and tail. Your Chilier will most likely be long haired with a soft coat. His eyes will be round and a bulge somewhat as is seen in the parent breeds.