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Here's the best fruits and vegetables for a Shih Tzu to improve health and vitality.
Ever wonder how small dogs sleep? How much is too much? Why so many positions? Here's some answers to help you understand your dog's sleep patterns.
Owning a Shih Tzu can be an incredibly rewarding experience, but understand the breed before bringing home that puppy. Common misconceptions are explored
The consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic have significantly impacted our emotional state, but what about our dear fluffy friends?
Shih Tzu heat stroke is dangerous and the best way to treat it is to prevent it. Learn how.
Tips for Choosing the right dog grooming clipper along with the accessories. Practical advice for the new groomer.
The Shih Tzu Puppy Grooming Guide Covers all aspects of puppy hair care and more
Why a Shih Tzu Puppy Shower? All new puppy owners could use a little help. Here's how to make it a success.
The Shih Tzu Lifestyle can be as active or laid back as you like, your Shih Tzu won't care, he just wants to be near you.
This is the second in a series about puppy development; Watch the puppy grow from 6 weeks to 12 weeks of age.
A puppy's first night in a new home can be trying for both you and her, but there are ways to ease the transition so you both get some sleep.