10 Things Humans Do That Shih Tzus Do Not Like

    Breed 3/2/2017

    While Shih Tzus are typically a friendly, easygoing breed, there are particular things that Shih Tzus definitely do not like that humans do. These behaviors can make Shih Tzus upset or may even cause grief, which could lead to behavior disorders and a very unhappy household. If you are unware of some of the things you can do that can upset your Shih Tzu, this is definitely the article for you. Let's take a look at several actions and mannerisms to avoid to keep your Shih Tzu happy and energetic at all times.

    12 Surprising and Secret Ways your Shih Tzu Says "I Love You"

    Breed 3/2/2017

    If you're a Shih Tzu owner, you may sometimes wonder exactly what your dog is thinking. Science has actually uncovered gestures and signs your dog makes that mean they love you:

    How to Teach Your Shih Tzu to Fetch in Six Easy Steps

    Training 3/2/2017

    Fetching may seem like one of the most natural activities for dogs to engage in with their masters. However, while some dogs are naturally inclined to play this game, others are not and will have to be taught. Usually, they will go after what you have thrown and not bring it back, or they will look at you and wonder why you just tossed their favorite object away from them.

    5 Things To Do For Psychological Well-Being of Your Shih Tzu

    Health 3/2/2017

    Caring for the psychological well-being of your Shih Tzu is integral to the dog's overall health and safety. A dog that is doing well psychologically is a dog that is better off as a whole. This allows him or her to adapt to changes, manage stressful situations, and become a loving and friendly member of the family. There are steps that you can take to make sure that your dog is psychologically well. With patience, care, and understanding, you can make sure your Shih Tzu is happy, healthy, and comfortable.

    Ten Early Signs that Your Shih Tzu May have Cancer

    Health 3/2/2017

    Cancer can affect your Shih Tzu just like it affects humans. And just like humans, the early signs of cancer may be difficult to spot or diagnose. Cancer is more common in older dogs, although it can also develop in younger dogs and puppies on rare occasions. Spotting the signs early can help you seek treatment for your pet, which may stop and reverse the progress of the cancer before it gets too far to be properly treated. Here are the ten early signs that your dog may have cancer.

    10 Symptoms That You Should Never, Ever Ignore In Your Shih Tzu

    Health 3/2/2017

    Dogs are considered man's best friend because of their loving and loyal attitudes toward their masters. Just as your dog is your best friend, you should be his or her too by making sure that you protect the welfare of your beloved pet. You can thank your Shih Tzu for his or her love and loyalty by being responsible and keeping an eye on their health and safety. If your Shih Tzu begins to act unusual or exhibits uncharacteristic behavior, this could be an indicator that somethin is wrong. If this is the case, you'll need to seek professional help

    11 Things That Make Shih Tzus Happy

    Breed 3/2/2017

    Here is a list of things that make Shih Tzus happy:

    15 Things All Shih Tzu Owners Must Always Remember

    Breed 3/2/2017

    If you're a Shih Tzu owner, you already know how cute and cuddly these dogs are. However, there are a few things that you need to know about your pet - and here's a list of 15 of those things.

    Five Symptoms That Indicate Illness In Your Shih Tzu

    Health 3/2/2017

    While your Shih Tzu can't just speak up and tell you when they aren't feeling well, there are still signs and symptons that you can watch for to determine if your pet is ill. These four symptoms may be indications that your pet is sick and needs to visit the vet.

    The Guilty Look In Dogs

    Breed 3/2/2017

    There are two assumptions that humans make about their dog's bad behavior. The first is that humans assume that dogs know when they have done something wrong. The next assumption is that humans believe that dogs may act out as a way to get revenge on their owners. While we don't always know what dogs are thinking, it's pretty clear that dogs don't act badly out of spite and dogs aren't always aware when they have done something wrong.

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