How to Take Care of a Shih Tzu?

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Be prepared! These little dogs have a mind of their own and they are stubborn to boot! Don't give up on housebreaking too soon, it just takes them awhile to get it. Otherwise, they are great, loyal companions and other than regular grooming, they can be treated like any other dog.
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1. Walk your Shih Tzu on a daily basis to keep him active and toned. Although they are small dogs, they have husky bodies. Walk your dog in the morning before work or when you get
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1. The first issue with Shih Tzu's is grooming. Every few weeks (once a week is preferable) you will have to bath the dog, and or brush or comb their hair at least once everyday in
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Like a dog. Food and water is a must. I recommend "sensitive stomach" formula dog food, because shih tzu are prone to throwing up. They will still throw up, but less. You
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Upgrade her food to something holistic. She might not be getting enough nutrients to keep her coat strong and healthy. Next time you take her to the groomer, ask for a puppy clip.
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Shih Tzu is dog's breeds which are also known as Xi Shi dog is a dog breed from China. This kind of dog can be taken care of by brushing and having it cleaned, trimming its hairs regularly. You should also give it healthy food, train the dog and provide them with love.
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