If you haven’t noticed already – your Shih Tzu has a lot of hair! There is just no way to get around setting ample time aside to groom your little companion. Grooming is essential in keeping their skin and coat healthy.
During the year, all dogs shed at some point. However, the Shih Tzu is considered to be a less allergenic dog than most other breeds, but they do shed. Therefore, try to groom her daily, which will minimize shedding. Brushing your Shih Tzu’s hair regularly will ensure that broken hairs will end up on the hairbrush and not the carpet or the couch.
There is nothing more beautiful and attracts attention like a magnet than a well-kept, well-groomed Shih Tzu. If you keep your Shih Tzu well-groomed, you will turn plenty of heads while wal
king your dog in the neighborhood.
The commitment to your Shih Tzu
Bringing a new dog into your home is a big decision no matter when you decide to do it. You are bringing a new life into you and your family’s lives. Owning a dog is both a joy and a serious responsibility. Throughout your Shih Tzu’s life, she will depend on you for love, attention, proper nutrition, grooming, exercise, training, and good health care. All of these requirements must be satisfied, therefore, you must be prepared for the financial aspects of pet ownership. Your Shih Tzu is an investment you cannot really measure: time and emotion.