Shih Tzu Dog Info
Shih Tzu has a long feathers of various colors and patterns on the fur. Shih Tzu fur can cover the ears are long, sturdy body, short snout, and short legs. Generally, Shih Tzu has a mercurial nature, very alert, intelligent, and have a good emotion but also arrogant. Shih Tzu is a dog companion, a friend of human beings who belong to the animal who likes to socialize. Shih Tzu fur contained in a variety of colors and patterns, but the white and gold into the color most often found. Shih Tzu's nose with nostrils wide open. Shih Tzu adults can adapt easily to new owners and the environment. Shih-Tzu has not demonstrated the maturity and physical properties that must be before age three. Shih Tzu can easily gain weight so that the provision of food should be regulated so as not to overdo it. Shih Tzu can be kept indoors and includes dogs that are sensitive to heat.
These little dogs require a good daily grooming with a bristle brush. When placed on the turkish clump is usually tied to keep the hair off the dog's eyes. Some owners want to be cut to make the hair easier and less treatment time. Keep the ear passages and the area around the eyes clean. Shih-Tzu's eyes are sensitive, which must be kept clean. There are special drops you can buy them, if necessary. Ask your vet what to use for your dog. This breed sheds little to no hair and are good for allergy sufferers, though their coats are very well cared for, is the fact that they shed little skin dander.
Shih-Tzu is an alert, lively, small dog. Happy and hardy, full of character. The gentle loyal Shih-Tzu makes friends easily and responds well to consistent patient training. They do a very careful watch dog. A brave and intelligent. Playful and bold, this affectionate little dog loves being with people and are generally good in other domestic animals. Some may be difficult to break home. Shih Tzu is all the people of the house as a leader of the pack, with clear rules of the house constantly. Owners who allow their dogs to win a cantankerous find them, if they are surprised or angry. Therefore, the small size of the dogs, and has a beautiful face, which generally develop small dog syndrome, human induced behaviors where the dog believes he is the leader of the people. This causes various degrees of behavioral problems, such as, but not limited to separation anxiety, guarding, growling, snapping, and even biting.
Can be unreliable in children and adults, at times, because you're trying to tell people what they want them to do. I'm stubborn as to take a stand and defend the top of the pack. They may bark obsessively as they try to say what they want. This behavior is not characteristic Shih Tzu, but the behavior of the value added as they are treated the people around them. Give this dog rules and boundaries for what they are and can not do. Not their business, a stable and consistent pack leader. To bring about a package each day walking to burn mental and physical energy. Temperament is always better and can come up with a sweet, reliable dog in them.