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Shih Tzu Puppies For Sale.Country of Origin: The Shih Tzu, also known as the ëChinese Lion Dogí, ëChrysanthemum Dogí (because its face resembles a flower), or ëShih Tzu Kouí (which translates to ëLion Dogí, designating its revered status in Buddhism) originates in Tibet as far back as the 1600ís.The Shih Tzu in its current form was primarily developed in China during the reign of Chinese Empress Dowager Cixi in the late 1800ís, likely from crosses of the Pekingese with the Lhasa Apso. The Shih Tzu was a favored pet of royalty, but fell into decline when British troops raided the Forbidden City in 1860. The breed survived, but was generally not distinguished from the Lhasa Apso until 1934, when the smaller, shorter nosed variety was reassigned its original Chinese name, ëShih Tzuí. The Shih Tzu was recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1969 and has continued to climb in popularity to this day. Crossbreeds between Shih Tzu and other toy breeds are also increasing in popularity, particularly crosses with the Poodle and Bichon Frise.

Training: The Shih Tzuís somewhat obstinate nature makes consistency essential in the training process. Patience is important as housebreaking may be difficult. The Shih Tzu should be taught from puppyhood to relax during the grooming process as it will be a constant throughout the Shih Tzuís life.

Activity: Shih Tzu require an ample amount of exercise for their small stature. They are happy with daily walks or romps in the yard. Shih Tzu cannot regulate their body temperature easily, which makes them highly prone to heat exposure; they should never be over exercised or left outside in hot weather. The Shih Tzu is well suited to apartment life.

Size: The Shih Tzu has a shoulder height of about 25 cm (10 in) and weighs 4-7 kg (9-16 lbs). It has a large, domed skull, pronounced stop (depression where the muzzle meets the forehead), undershot bite, and short muzzle. Shih Tzu (the plural noun is the same as the singular) have a tail carried over the back and should have head and tail in correct proportion to the body.

Coat: The Shih Tzu has a long double coat similar in texture to a humanís hair. It can be a variety of colors including black, red, beige, and white. The Shih Tzu is distinguished from the Pekingese by the topknot, or ëpienjií, on its head. Shih Tzu lose hair gradually as humans do rather than shedding in the standard sense.

Character: The Shih Tzu is an independent dog which is intelligent, dignified, lovable, affectionate, sociable, and cheerful. It is not as outgoing as most breeds. Shih Tzu seldom bark. James Mumford described the breed in American Shih Tzu magazine as ëA dash of lion, several teaspoons of rabbit, a couple of ounces of domestic cat, one part court jester, a dash of ballerina, a pinch of old man (Chinese), a bit of beggar, a tablespoon of monkey, one part baby seal, a dash of teddy bear and the rest dogs of Tibetan and Chinese origin.í

Temperament: The Shih Tzu gets along well with other household pets and children. Though the Shih Tzu may bark frequently, it does not make a good watchdog.

Care: Shih Tzu with a long show coat require a lot of grooming; to prevent tangles, the coat must be combed every day and professionally groomed every few months. A hair bow or clip is required to keep the hair out of the Shih Tzuís eyes. Shih Tzu with a shorter ëpuppy coatí can be trimmed much less frequently. Special eye drops should be applied to keep the eyes clean, ear passages should be cleaned regularly, nails should be clipped monthly, and the face should be wiped after eating. Water can enter the Shih Tzuís snout easily, for which reason some Shih Tzu are taught to drink from a ëlickerí like a hamster. The Shih Tzu has a lifespan of 11-14 years. Common health problems are liver shunt (a congenital circulatory disease), renal dysplasia (symptoms include bone fractures and ërubber jawí), eye problems, and in larger dogs, hip dysplasia (malformed hip joint which can cause lameness or arthritis). Scratching in the absence of fleas may indicate an allergy to red dye number 40, a common food additive.

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We offer a 30 days money back guarantee if you decide not to keep our puppy after our puppy arrives your home.Here at Teacup Shih Tzu puppies for sale cheap we provide a high quality of service to our customers. We are a reputable and trust worthy Shih Tzu breeders for over 12 years. Please see our Testimonial Page for more info.Affection is their dominant characteristic, and your lap is their favorite destination. They’re happiest when they’re with their family, giving and receiving attention. Shih Tzu puppies for adoption
All dog breeds have a purpose. Historically, the purpose of the Shih Tzu was to be a companion–and that’s just what they want to be. They simply desire to be with you. So don’t expect them to hunt, guard, or retrieve; that’s not their style.
Our dogs have large yards to play in . They can go inside through dog doors anytime, to a climate controlled living area. They have lots of shade and pools in the summer that they love to lay in and play in. They have toys and bones to chew on. We feed Natures Variety Instinct food that they love and thrive on. Our dogs are all loved If you are looking for a reliable quality Shih Tzu breeders of Shih Tzu puppies, please visit with us first. You will see the difference in our dogs and the way we raise them.We breed AKC Shih Tzu Puppies with abundant personality, character, and body structure. Fluffy Coat Shih Tzu puppies, and many more regular Shih Tzu can be found from us. All of my puppies are hand raised in our home, and can be viewed by appointment. We carry only the best Sires & Dams from recommended AKC breeders.

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