With their adorable looks and great personalities, it's no wonder that many celebrities own Shih Tzus. Here's a list of 15 celebrities that own cute and cuddly Shih Tzus.
Shih Tzus are one of the most popular breeds of dogs. They originated in Asia, during Tang and Ming Dynasties, and have been known for being a symbol of royalty. They also stand out because of their lion-like appearance. These dogs come in a variety of colors including bringle, silver, red, gold, blue, and black. The colors may be combined, or they may be just one single color. Shih Tzus have double coats, but unlike other dogs with double coats, they actually shed very little. These dogs are even recommended for people with allergies and asthma.
If you have a new Shih Tzu puppy or even a dog without proper training, perhaps you've already thought about crate training. If not, now is the time to start. Crate training is a great way to eliminate bad behaviors, all while providing your pet with a space of his or her own.
This Shih Tzu dad is clearly delighted to entertain lots of tiny puppies! They look to be quite a handful, but dad takes it all in his stride, stretching out on the floor so that the puppies can get up close for kisses and nibbles.
This video of an extremely cute Shih Tzu asking for more belly rubs from her owner will definitely touch your heart. Shih Tzus are very loving dogs, and they crave attention from their owners. In fact, there are few things they like more than having their owner pay them attention. Watch on to find out if this little Shih Tzu gets the attention she desires.
This tiny baby is just getting used to his bark, but he's obviously keen to use it. He might still be a little bit timid, but there's plenty of that bold Shih Tzu character just waiting to come out. And looking at that cute wagging tail - he's already got plenty of attitude and can't wait to play...but maybe he'll have a little nap first.
Just like human babies, puppies love to explore the world around them. Sometimes, this means simply going from room to room and seeing what's going on. Other times, it means actually chewing or eating something - even things that aren't meant to be eaten. In addition to just being curious, puppies - like babies - also go through teething. This period can be very painful, and chewing on something can help relieve the discomfort. However, this behavior is not always appropriate. While a toy designed for teething is one thing, allowing your pup to chew on anything and everything is