TEACUP IMPERIAL & SMALL STANDARD SIZES, SPECIALIZING IN UNIQUE COLORS
BREEDING TOP QUALITY SHIH TZUS! *HEALTH* *BEAUTY* * AWESOME TEMPERMENTS* *UNIQUE COLORS* *CONFORMATION!* *TEACUP IMPERIAL and SMALL STANDARD SIZE!* "Dare to be Different!" My UNIQUE Colors are the WHITE and DARK CHOCOLATES! RED, ORANGE OR CREAM LIVERS! Solid BLACKS! Silvers! Solid REDS with Black masks! Parti Colors! Brindle! And the Traditional Black/whites! My husband and I raise purebred Simmental Cattle, a small cow/calf operation. This became to hard on my back so my husband took over that operation. As I fell in love with the Imperial Shih Tzu breed, I decided to raise a few for friends and family, this has grown to include other fortunate people, namely YOU!
We are a Family raising Top Quality Shih Tzus! This is a hobby of mine which I enjoy immensely, especially the fun of genetics to include such unique colors! We came to love the Shih Tzu breed for their exceptional beauty, character and individuality!
They are the most fun to have around save for the Grandkids which mingle and play with them from a very young age. I love all my tiny Shih Tzus like my own children and they are well taken care of!
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Answer: That depends on what type of dog you are looking for, and your personal preference. A big dog needs lots of space and wouldn't do well in an apartment, like a small dog would. Shih-Tzu's make wonderful apartment dogs. A Shih-Tzu requires less exercise, thus making it an ideal apartment/town/acreage dog. They do love the outdoors as well! Wherever you go they would like to go! They make for excellent companions! Not only do they come in all sizes they are generally a very healthy hardy pet.
Answer: This is usually a personal preference, although a male makes a better pet, especially once neutered. Males love you no matter what, females tend to be moody until they are also spayed.
Answer: Shih Tzu's need to be brushed regularly if you are going to keep their coat long. If they have their coat clipped short, they require less brushing. Keeping the hair around the eyes trimmed will help eliminate tearing, also daily wiping of the eyes with a damp cloth.