Male Shih Tzu Puppy
DOB: December 22, 2020
Vaccination date: January 21, 2021
Deworming date: January 21, 2021
Shih Tzu Personality
This breed has a temperament that is loyal, affectionate, cute, and alert. Beside, Shih Tzus tend to have an excellent relationship with everyone, from people of all ages to all kinds of animals, not only dogs, it is very characteristic of them since they are supremely sociable pets. They do well with singles, couples, and families with older children. these dogs tend to be easy to maintain and care for, but the owner have to care must be taken with feeding as giving too much of it can make them obese.
The origin of the Shih Tzu breed is in China. Their life expectancy is 10 to 15 years. These puppies weight as an adult is around 8.8–16.0 pounds. Moreover, Shih Tzu’s height is between 10 to 12 inches. All are permissible, often multiple color coats, Gold, Dark/Light Brown, White, Black, White, Grey, Liver/White. Besides, they are small, sturdy dog with a short muzzle and large dark brown eyes, their fur is soft, and they are amazing dogs. It is important to constantly brush the dog’s hair as it requires special and constant care so that it has a proper shape and shine. It’s recommendable to give him at least 20 min of exercise per day. Also, it’s mentionable that he loves to be the center of attention and knows everyone there has to be with him.
Shih Tzu Health
First of all, they are very home pets, they are not dogs to be in the outside. The Shih Tzus are homemade, they need this environment to keep their health in the best condition. Although the Shih Tzu is not dogs with a considerable energy level, they are usually all reckless when jumping from one side to the other at high speed, but this does not always end in the best way, it is essential to be aware of them since at any time it could end in an injury. Shih Tzu can suffer from common diseases such as: visual problems, allergies, hip dysplasia, ear infections, among others. The owner can prevent them if he takes the puppy in a constant visit with the specialist. Moreover, the feeding and the exercice is important.