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Your Toy Puppy's First Check-up and Settling In

01st April 2006
Try not to take your new puppy to the vet the very first day you bring him home. Allow your new toy puppy to get acquainted with its new family, home and surroundings. Do take your toy puppy to the vet within 48 to 72 hours and begin to establish a rapp... 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 Hold the Shih Tzu puppy in a position of presentation to prevent it from being withdrawn back into the bi...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

Inspiratory Dyspnea

17th December 2005
A shih tzu that may display a fit of coughing, sneezing or snorting where they appear unable to breathe, with eyes bulging and the neck extended can be very scary for the dog and the owner who has never seen it before. This is not Kennel Cough and shou... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu - Let's Talk About Vaccines!

29th October 2005
There is no universal protocol for canine vaccination schedules. Many vets recommend more vaccinations than most dogs require to be protected from contagious diseases. A lot of vets use the vaccination schedule they receive with the vaccinations they buy ... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu - Coat Handling Basics

29th October 2005
Use a gentle action to brush a shih tzu's coat. When you shampoo, thoroughly wet the coat with warm water, apply the shampoo and use a squeezing action to cleanse the coat rather than scrubbing the hair back and forth. There will be less damage to the coa... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Super Cat Urine Prevention Tips

21st October 2005
Many times cat owners are at a loss as to why their cat doesn't use their litter box. Here are some great tips that can help you solve the problem. The litter box is the first thing you should check. It should be in a quiet, private area of the house. ... Read >
Author: Mike Taylor

Keeping Your Pomeranian Dog Healthy And Happy

13th August 2005
By: Lee Dobbins Opening your heart to a Pomeranian can be fun, but you must be willing to take on the responsibility of dog ownership. When you become a Pom owner, it's up to to do everything in your power to make your pet's life a happy one, the p... Read >
Author: Lee Dobbins
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