12 Realities New Shih Tzu Owners Must Learn To Accept

Carrying himself with a proud, arrogant bearing, yet possessing a happy, sweet-natured temperament, the Shih Tzu is less demanding and less yappy than most other toy breeds.

Though he is solidly built and lively and loves to play in the yard, he doesn't need much more exercise than that.

A lover of comfort and attention, he enjoys cuddling on laps and snuggling into soft pillows. He makes a terrific pet for senior citizens.

Most Shih Tzus are friendly (or at least polite) with strangers, though socialization is necessary to develop this trusting temperament. Shih Tzus are also peaceful with other pets.

If you are considering to own a shih tzu, or you’ve just become a new shih tzu owner, there are some realities you do need to fully accept.

Check out the twelve realities new shih tzu owners must accept on the next page! …and if you already are a shih tzu owner, see if you can relate!

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46 thoughts on “12 Realities New Shih Tzu Owners Must Learn To Accept

  1. Me and my partner are hoping to have a Shih Tzu puppy in September after we get married in August, after reading all these lovely comments we can’t wait, my sister has got one and she is beautiful we love her

  2. I have one now for 3 months and i just love him and he sure love’s me back. I would never sell him even for a 1,000,000.00. They are such great dogs and i am retired and he is my baby. If you are thinking of getting one, run fast and get one because they are full of love.

  3. Our Milly is adorable…since I being diagnosed with cancer she has become my shadow. She also loves to go on the beach. She is such great company and is loved by everyone she meets, definitely the best breed ever.

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