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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

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

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

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

Shih Tzu - Birth Process/Difficult Deliveries

06th December 2005
Most Shih Tzu puppies present themselves normally at birth. There are times, very few times, of which I have experienced with the Shih Tzu, that required assistance. Usually the most difficult Shih Tzu puppy birth is the first one. Delivery of a dry Shih ... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu - The Hotly Contested Question Of Shih Tzu Size

04th December 2005
Shih Tzu The Hotly Contested Question Of Shih Tzu Size Part I Throughout the entire period of Shih Tzu development in the United States no other topic about the Shih Tzu has been more hotly contested than Shih Tzu size. When the standard was establis... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Tips On Housetraining Your New Shih Tzu Puppy

04th December 2005
House training a Shih Tzu puppy is one of the first, and one of the most important things, that any new Shih Tzu puppy owner must do. It is easy to get frustrated if you do not understand the basics of this important process, so we have put together a few... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu - Socializing And Introducing A New Shih Tzu Puppy

27th November 2005
Bringing a new shih tzu puppy into the household is always an exciting and fun time. Everyone wants to play with, cuddle and hold the little ball of fur. The last thing on the minds of most new shih tzu puppy owners is training the new addition, but it is... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu - Birth Process/Clearing Passages

27th November 2005
Shih Tzu puppies are often born with amniotic fluid present in their lungs. As they take they first breaths a shih tzu puppy may inhale amniotic fluid left in the oral cavities, mouth and nasal passages. These first breaths will be neither lusty nor vigor... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu - The Canine Flu Outbreak of 2005

26th November 2005
The canine flu outbreak in the summer of 2005 can be thought of as equivalent to colds and flu that people get. It spreads much the same way, through direct contact, through the air, and through exposure to whatever the virus touches. The symptoms are sim... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu - Training The Shy Or Fearful Shih Tzu

25th November 2005
With shih tzu as with people, some shih tzu and shih tzu puppies are naturally more bold and daring than others. When you watch a group of shih tzu puppies play, it will quickly become apparent which ones are bold and which ones are shy. Some of the shih ... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu - Solving Your Shih Tzu's Jumping And Roaming Problems

24th November 2005
Every shih tzu owner must eventually deal with some unwanted behaviors on the part of their four legged companions. Some of the most frequently encountered training problems with shih tzu puppies and shih tzu dogs alike are jumping on people and performin... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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