Care For Shih Tzu Puppies
Shih Tzu is quite a popular breed in the fragile category of dogs. They are small in size and have a hair-like coat and require proper care compared to many other breeds. They make excellent pets which can stay happy and healthy with some additional care required specifically by this breed. They should be chosen for giving company to children old enough to handle such small sized dogs.More...
How To Clip A Shih Tzu ?
Grooming a Shih Tzu is fairly simple if one can imagine how the puppy should appear post grooming. The hair like coat is easy to clip with scissors or clippers.
Firstly, the Shih Tzu will have to be bathed and dried. The coat will have to be brushed to remove knots. If the puppy is intended for participation in dog shows, one can leave he coat uncut.More...
Shih Tzu Grooming Cuts
The Shih Tzu is a small sized dog which has two coats, the outer and the inner coat which is not shed. The outer coat is soft and silky while the inner coat cottony. The hair requires grooming everyday since the outer hair has the tendency of getting tangled with the inner coat.
Generally the coat is given an even puppy cut for easy maintenance. But many owners prefer to keep the coat uncut but styled in many ways. Some of them are:More...
Shih Tzu Puppies For Adoption
Shih Tzu puppies are available from rescue centers, animal shelter or a professional breeder. These pets which are abandoned by their owners are cared for and given shelter in homes. While the work is done voluntarily in the rescue centers, the work is done for a payment by workers and volunteers in the shelters.
The cost for a puppy in a shelter or rescue center is lesser as compared to that quoted by a breeder. Between the rescue center and the shelter, the former charges more for the puppy since the environment there is closer to a house and the puppy will have lesser trouble settling in a new owner’s house and will be better in behavior and health.More...