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The Shih Tzu, an old breed originating in ancient China, is known to be playful and affectionate, if stubborn at times. Learn more about this breed and their health needs here.
Shih Tzus are social and friendly lapdogs that are known to be stubborn and can be difficult to housebreak. When training a shih tzu it is important to be consistent, gentle and provide them with lots of love and attention.
Shih Tzus are some of the most adorable dogs out there, and their fur can be kept clipped or grown long for some great styles. Take a look at these great options for Shih Tzu haircuts.
A raw food diet could control your Shih Tzu's weight, build lean muscle mass, and improve the condition of their skin and coat.
Shih Tzus have very long hair that needs to be groomed consistently if they are not kept short throughout the year. It is important to never groom their hair dry, and to use a coat conditioner brush they are brushed.
The Shih Tzu is an outgoing toy dog breed that make great indoor companions. Learn more about this breed here.
Knowing which are the most popular dog breeds may help you choose which type of canine you want for your home. Read about the most popular canine breeds at PetCareRx.
Cities can be noisy, crowded, and sometimes dangerous places for dogs. You'll want to choose a doggie companion who can thrive in your exciting environment as well as you do.
Which dog breeds are best for retirees? This depends on your lifestyle and energy level. Find out which dog may be right for you.
Some dogs are just about as small as can be! These miniature dog breeds will bring heaps of love into your home.
Some dogs needs tons and tons of space to run, and might not be appropriate pets for your average household. Others are a handful to train for the average busy pet parent. Take a look at these dogs who will thrive in a home environment.
The United Kennel Club recognizes over 300 dog breeds and varieties. Find out which ones they recognize, some of which you may not have heard of before!
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