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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Tamara Williams 
 Article Title :: Lights for night Kayakers
At night a kayaker will need at least one white light on their kayak so that it can be shown in the direction of any oncoming boaters. All Lights used for Kayaking should be waterproof and be using new batteries when starting out for the night. A handheld flashlight will do for most kayakers. It is wise to check your local boating laws for the exact requirements. Boats over 16 ft often have greater lighting requirements. Find out Your Kayaks Length and be prepared for the safety rules that apply to it. The best form of "white light" for a Kayaker is a "Deck Light" (also referred to as an anchor light). A strong white light that you can see from all directions is ideal, yet not very practic  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Andrew Heuw 
 Article Title :: The Most Fatal Mistake Must Be Avoided by Dog Owner
When it comes to training their dog, most people just only want their dog to become the next lassie. No matter what way. It's such dangerous to have your dog obey in tough way. While, indeed, you can still manage to train your dog in this way, like the old circus did a long time ago. Considering the effect for long term...Do your dog still obey you year after year? Or they suddenly turnaround to be your greatest enemy? We've seen so many dog attacked their neighbor. I assume is not their fault. It's because their owner's fault. Why I assume like that? Because, believe or not, dog has similar behavior with human. When you threatening your son like nice guy, when grow up the chance are he'l  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 Article Title :: Shih Tzu - Useful Over The Counter Medications
Some over-the-counter medications can be used for emergencies in select situations. Always ask your vet before giving any over-the-counter medicines to your injured or ill shih tzu. 3% hydrogen peroxide: Can be used to induce vomiting and for general wound cleaning. Dosage is: 1 teaspoon per 10 pounds of body weight. Syrup of ipecac: Can be used to induce vomiting. Dosage is: 1 teaspoon per 20 pounds of body weight. Bismuth subsalicylate: Can be used for vomiting and mild diarrhea. Dosage: 1 teaspoon per 15 pounds of body weight. 1 tablet per 40 pounds of body weight (doubt your shih tzu will be taking a full tablet!) Kaolin-pectin: Use for mild diarrhea. Dosage: 1 teaspoon per 10 pound  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 Article Title :: Shih Tzu - First Aid
Goals of first aid are: Keep your safety in mind at all times. Attend to any severe bleeding that is present. Administer CPR if needed. Immobilize injuries and/or pet for transport. Take your pet to the vet as soon as possible. Delay in seeking professional help often increase costs and decreases treatment success. When you do encounter an emergency situation, do not panic! Look around your surroundings to be sure there are no moving vehicles, broken glass, chemical spills, fire and electrical hazards. Approach the injured or ill pet slowly and with caution. Use a calm reassuring voice. You might need to apply a muzzle. Injured or ill animals might bite out of pain or fear. If this occurs,  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Ruth Bird 
 Article Title :: Boarding Your Dog.
If it's not possible to bring your dog along on your vacation, you'll have to arrange for his care while you're away. One choice is to have a reliable person come to your home several times a day to feed, water, exercise, and spend time with your dog. You could always hire a professional pet-sitter, these services are springing up in many places. This however is a whole separate topic. You would need lots of references before you could trust someone to come and spend so much time with your pet. Another consideration is that dogs have a tendency to "look" for their masters. So make sure that your dog will not be able to escape to find you, wherever you chose to keep your dog. Dogs can be gre  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 Article Title :: Shih Tzu - Birth Process/Stimulating Puppies To Life
Some puppies will be active the minute the sac is broke, others will seem lifeless and you will think for sure they are dead. I have rubbed and rubbed on lifeless puppies and then almost give up only suddenly to realize they were starting to move and respond a little bit, so I kept on stimulating them to come more and more to life. The worse I ever had to act like that was my Smokey. He was the only puppy born to me that was this beautiful steel grey color, which now I have learned is a "true blue." He has a blue nose and the light eyes. I almost gave up on him, it took so long for him to finally come to life. He is a big boy now and has not had a problem since, except for a slight sinus in  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 Article Title :: Shih Tzu - Birth Process/The Cord and Placenta
If you need to help remove the afterbirth: First be sure your newborn puppy is breathing well on its own, the sac has been removed from the face, eyes, nose, head and the puppy has either been stimulated by mother or you, the doggie midwife, to breathe well on its own, you can then remove the afterbirth if it does not appear on its own of course. To do this, with one hand about one inch from the stomach of the puppy, grasp the umbilical cord and, with the other hand close to the matron, gently try to pull the afterbirth down and out of the matron, but be sure you do not pull hard on the cord near the navel of the puppy. If your shih tzu matron does not cut the cord of the newborn puppies,   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 Article Title :: Shih Tzu - Hernias
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 during the cutting process. Congenital hernias involve the diaphragm or the abdominal wall. There are three main types involving the diaphragm. They are peritoneopericardial where abdominal contents are found extending into the pericardial sac; pleuropetioneal, in which abdominal contents are found within the pleural cavity; and hiatal, in which the abdominal esophagus, gastroesophageal junction, and/or portions of the stomach protrude throug  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 Article Title :: Shih Tzu - Dogs Social Behavior
Dogs in general, under free-ranging conditions, will live in mixed-sex, mixed-age social groups. Social ranking is determined by age, although sex may play a role. Females seem to be responsible for leading more often than males. Social ranking is maintained primarily by deference, not by agonistic interaction. Sexual maturity in domestic dogs (including the shih tzu) occurs between 6 to 9 months of age (later for giant breeds), while social maturity begins to develop at 18 to 36 months of age. At social maturity, a hierarchy depends upon age, sex, size and temperament. In a free-ranging group, dogs that challenge the established social hierarchy may leave and form their own groups if they  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 Article Title :: Shih Tzu - Birth Process I
A day or two before a normal delivery you may notice a small amount of mucus at the opening of your shih tzu's vulva. Just before the actual whelping, she will produce a mucous plug. You would have to watch your shih tzu very closely in order to observe these things or else this is easily unnoticed. I have seen this process only a few times, as I was not truly watching continually and probably missed most of them. It is not necessary to sit and wait for this. But if you are extremely anxious about the whelping, these are signs to watch for that will tell you puppies will be coming fairly soon. A small bubble may also appear just outside the vulva. It looks like something that maybe you just  (read full article)
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