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Shih Tzu Puppy Training – How to Deal with Various Shih Tzu Behavior Problems

27th July 2010
I'm fed up with all the useless Shih Tzu puppy training courses out there! You know, I've seek help from 3 different dog training guides but none of their methods worked on my Shih Tzu puppy Chocho. Here's the problem, my puppy had this annoying habit ... Read >
Author: Info Spreader

Should You Choose a Shih Tzu? Pros and Cons

18th March 2010
So you've fallen in love with that Shih Tzu puppy in the window with its furry face, wiggling tail and that smile that won't quit. But before you start researching quality breeders in your area or planning a trip down to the local shelter, do yourself and... Read >
Author: Katrina Wagner

Be Careful How You Spell Shih Tzu Puppy Cuts

07th March 2008
One of the most eye-catching features of a Shih Tzu or Shih Tzu mix is their glorious, flowing and soft coat. In show Shih Tzus, this coat covers the eyes and reaches to the ground. In ancient China, where the breed originated, a long thick coat was neces... Read >
Author: Rebecca Simpson

A Shih Tzu Puppy Will Make An Ideal Apartment Pet

17th January 2008
Not everyone wants a Labrador or a Beagle or even a Puggle as a pet. It is a fact that some people love Huskies, Chihuahuas, Terriers, Poodles and adorable Shih Tzu's. The last breed of dog is not one that would suit everyone but it cannot be denied that ... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu

Your Shih Tzu Puppy's First Bath Time

05th March 2006
Do not wait too long to start grooming your Shih Tzu. It is hard to make brushing a positive experience if you wait until your Shih Tzu is matted and start by yanking out the mats and tangles. If this becomes necessary, carefully clip out mats, then beg... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

What the Shih Tzu Owner Should Know About Grooming Part I

02nd March 2006
The show dog Shih Tzu owner who does not want to groom his Shih Tzu himself should know what must be done and when. This knowledge is necessary so he/she can take the Shih Tzu to a professional groomer or handler for show grooming at the right time. ... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Routine Hygiene after Shih Tzu Whelping

19th January 2006
Your Shih Tzu matron will keep her whelping box clean the first few weeks. She will stimulate her Shih Tzu puppies to eliminate and ingest their wastes. Newborn Shih Tzu puppies are born incompletely developed. The Shih Tzu matron must stimulate them to... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu Postpartum Care

16th January 2006
Whelping a litter Shih Tzu puppies can sometimes be physically and emotionally exhausting for both you and the Shih Tzu matron. Before you take your well deserved rest, be certain the Shih Tzu matron and Shih Tzu puppies are comfortable, each Shih Tzu p... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu Difficult Wet Delivery

14th January 2006
While your Shih Tzu is doing her part with the delivery, you can gently but firmly grip the Shih Tzu puppy's sac with the aid of a towel or diaper. Hold the Shih Tzu puppy in a position of presentation to prevent it from being withdrawn back into the bi... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Bottle Feeding Orphan Shih Tzu Puppies

14th January 2006
Nursing bottles for orphaned Shih Tzu puppies can be obtained through the veterinarian, pet supplier, wholesale catalogs or the internet. You should purchase several nipple styles to see which works best for you and your Shih Tzu. Shih Tzu puppies ca... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Learning to Tube Feed Shih Tzu Puppies

14th January 2006
It is not difficult to learn the correct tube feeding procedure. Purchase the tube feeder through your veterinarian, who will be able to equip you with the correct diameter catheter and syringe size for your Shih Tzu. Sterilize both catheter and syringe... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Saving Orphaned Shih Tzu Puppies

14th January 2006
If you want to save your orphaned Shih Tzu puppies you must be totally dedicated to them on a 24-hour-a-day, 7-day-a-week basis for the first few weeks of life. Raising orphaned Shih Tzu puppies is the most challenging and taxing task any Shih Tzu breed... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Caring for Unthrifty and Premature Shih Tzu Puppies

11th January 2006
If this is your Shih Tzu matron's first litter she may become nervous or even terrified. Your attitude at this time is very important. The manner in which a Shih Tzu matron accepts or rejects her offspring is often in direct response to your attitude or... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu Topknots, Eyes And Ear Care

13th December 2005
Shih Tzu Topknots, Eyes And Ear Care The standard coat of a Shih Tzu should be luxuriously long and dense with a good wooly undercoat. The hair on top of the head may be tied up. When a Shih Tzu is completely brushed and combed the Shih Tzu should have... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Dealing With Problem Shih Tzu Puppy Behaviors

06th December 2005
Everyone who owns a Shih Tzu puppy or Shih Tzu dog will eventually have to deal with and correct less than desirable behaviors on the part of their companion animal. There are a number of behaviors that should be nipped in the bud, including: Jumping u... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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