Connie Limon

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Shih Tzu - Training Your Shih Tzu To Not Bite

14th November 2005
liminating biting behaviorsBringing home a new shih tzu puppy is always an exciting time. Introducing the new shih tzu puppy to the family should be fun for both yourself and your shih tzu puppy. One of the first challenges, however, to the excitement of ... Read >

Shih Tzu - Introducing A New Shih Tzu Puppy

14th November 2005
Bringing home a new shih tzu puppy is always an exciting time for the entire family. Getting that new shih tzu puppy off the right start with proper training is very important to making that shih tzu puppy a valued member of his human family. There are a ... Read >

Shih Tzu - Train Your Shih Tzu With A Collar And Lead

14th November 2005
to accept the collar and lead Walking on a collar and lead is an important skill that every shih tzu must learn. Even the best trained shih tzu should never be taken outside the home or yard without a sturdy collar and leash. Even if your shih tzu is tra... Read >

Shih Tzu - The Things You Do To Annoy Your Shih Tzu

02nd November 2005
Did you ever think it might be a two way street with your shih tzu. Sure he/she annoys you sometimes, but just think about the things that might be annoying your shih tzu. Because dogs can't talk we usually have to make guesses about what they are thinkin... Read >

Shih Tzu - Food Allergens

02nd November 2005
Ingredients that your shih tzu may be allergic to include beef and beef by-products, milk, yeast, yeast-containing foods, brewer's yeast (as given to shih tzu for supposed flea protection), corn and corn oil, pork, turkey, eggs, particularly the whites. N... Read >

Shih Tzu - Ways A Breeder Can Influence Healthy Litters

01st November 2005
Nutrition is probably one of the most important variables that influences an outcome of healthy puppies. I learned the hard way that extra pampering and attention is almost as important, and limit the things you change in the lives of your pregnant shih t... Read >

Shih Tzu - Color And Appearance In The Beginning and Now

30th October 2005
There is no fixed color for the shih tzu according to the American Kennel Club standards. The standard weight set by American Kennel Club is 9 to 16 lbs. However, all colors are permissible, and the shih tzu comes in such a variety of colors, different to... Read >

Shih Tzu - Hernias

30th October 2005
Umbilical and inguinal hernias are very common in the shih tzu. They may be congenital or acquired. In acquired hernias, there generally is some history of trauma such is at birth with the umbilical cord being cut to short or excessive pull on the cord du... Read >

Shih Tzu - Housebreaking Techniques

30th October 2005
Paper training a puppy is an excellent method of housebreaking especially for owners who cannot be home enough to get a puppy outside as frequently as needed. Puppies need to urinate more often than older dogs. How to paper train: Leave her in her spac... Read >

Shih Tzu - New Puppies And Older Dogs

30th October 2005
Introducing a new puppy to an older dog can be trickey! New puppies often want to play. Old dogs usually don't and may not like puppies at all. A new puppy in the house is a big change to an older dog's life. You can help your older dog adjust to the new ... Read >

Shih Tzu - History And Legends

30th October 2005
There has been a strong opinion in shih tzu history that the Tibetan Lion Dog is the result of a cross between the Lhasa Terrier and the Pekingese, which occurred out of the mixing of the two breeds in Tibet and China. The dogs of each country had been... Read >

Shih Tzu - Toys And Special Treats

30th October 2005
Inspect your dog's toys often. If there are pieces bit off the toy, discard it. Usually small pieces of a toy or chew will pass through a dog's system, but they could end up causing an intestinal blockage instead. Flimsy vinyl or plastic toys or balls ... Read >

Shih Tzu - The Odd Things A Shih Tzu Will Do

30th October 2005
Why do dogs dig? Well, there are a number of reasons that dogs dig, some want to bury bones or try to dig bones up, others dig out a shallow hole to have a cool place to sit on a warm day. For other dogs, it may be a way to get rid of pent-up energy. Y... Read >

Shih Tzu - Behavior Modification

30th October 2005
Do you have a shih tzu that paws at your arms or jumps up on your lap constantly? The cause might be that he needs lots more exercise, not necessarily direct attention, but just more exercise. Try taking your shih tzu for a vigorous walk. For some, 10 to ... Read >

Shih Tzu - Highly Prized Colors And Markings

30th October 2005
By the 1930's, the Peking Kennel Club was faced with the existence of a variety of colors. The Peking Kennel Club wanted to do justice to the facts of history regarding the highly favoured Imperial color of "Tawny or honey-coloured or Golden - The Yellows... Read >
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