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 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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1. Feed your new puppy the same food the breeder was feeding her, which will help maintain a healthy digestive tract. If you want to switch to a different food at a later time, that
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Honestly, it's not the most simple dog to take care of it, but all dogs take work. I feed my Shih-Tzus once a day, always have water, and just simply let them out to use the batheroom
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You can feed sausages, but please don't do this too often. It's bad for them and bad for their teeth. Fruits like Watermelon is ok as a treat here and there, but don't over do it.
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How to Take Care of a Shih Tzu Puppy
Getting a new puppy can be exciting. Choosing the right breed for you takes time and research. If you have decided on a shih tzu puppy and brought one home, you are ready for a lifetime of love. However, you will need to follow a few simple steps to... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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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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