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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 
 Article Title :: Shih Tzu - The First Imports to The British Isles
 
It is one opinion in Shih Tzu History documentations that the Scandinavian imports were nearer to the direct imperial line, although those who brought the first Imperial Shih Tzu to the British Isles did so at about the same time. These early English and Irish fanciers acted according to the best knowledge available to them and went to very great trouble to secure the finest possible specimens of the breed. However, noted throughout shih tzu history, is the fact that a Danish couple were able to bring home a "palace-born" Imperial Shih Tzu. A Shih Tzu named Lung-Fu-Ssu was one of the first three Shih Tzu to have been brought to Europe from Peking. A woman by the name of Miss Hutchins broug  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 
 Article Title :: My Puppy Chews a Lot - Mostly on Me
 
Puppies who chew are normal. Chewing is a natural and necessary puppy behavior. Puppies at about four months of age are more prone to chewing because this is when they usually start teething. Other dogs that chew, especially when you are not at home, may be suffering from separation anxiety. Separation anxiety requires an entire new behavior treatment plan. In this newsletter, I want to give you a few tips for your typical, normal-behaving puppy chewer! Some things you can do is try to teach your puppy not to chew inappropriate items. You can sit on the floor with him, casually place an object before him like a shoe, or a pencil (something he has chewed on inappropriately). As puppy approa  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 
 Article Title :: Hypoglycemia - A Common Problem -Imperial/Teacup Shih Tzu/Items to Have on Hand for a New Puppy
 
Hypoglycemia (Low Blood Sugar) and Items to have ready for new puppy arrival One of the main things a new owner needs to take precautions against is a new puppy developing hypoglycemia or low blood sugar. Hypoglycemia can occur without much warning and within hours of a puppy going to a new home, missing a meal, or does not eat full meals, gets chilled, overtired or exhausted from too much handling or playing. It occurs more in the toy breeds, but can also occur in larger breeds. Signs are a depressed affect or mood, weakness, wobbly gait, jerky, lethargic. The neck may get stiff. The head may appear to be tilted to either the left or right and teeth may be clamped tightly together. These   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 
 Article Title :: The Most Influential Shih Tzu Breeder in the Early Days of Shih Tzu in North America
 
The most influential breeder in the early days of the Shih Tzu in North America was Swedish-born Ingrid Colwell. Noone has equaled her contribution to the breed. She was the daughter of Ingrid Engstrom. Mrs. Colwell's original stock was 80 percent Scandinavian. Future breedings incorporated English lines. The combination of these lines, the Scandinavian and English created the distinctive line of Mrs. Colwell called the Si-Kiang line. The Si-Kiang line became the most influential and most respected Shih Tzu kennel in its time. Mrs. Colwell bred shih tzu in the 1960's. Through Mrs. Colwell's tireless efforts, the shih tzu gained much of its popularity in the United States. Although the Ame  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 
 Article Title :: Shih Tzu - Color And Appearance In the Beginning And Now
 
There is no fixed color for the shih tzu according to the American Kennel Club standards. The standard weight set by American Kennel Club is 9 to 16 lbs. However, all colors are permissible, and the shih tzu comes in such a variety of colors, different tones, shades and combinations of colors that surely contributes to the great popularity of this breed. Some shih tzu fanciers or purchasers are more interested in what color they want in a shih tzu than what size or anything else the shih tzu can bring to them. Even though shih tzu come in a variety of colors, it is interesting to know that the first and second prize-winners at the Shanghai Kennel Club Show of May 30th, 1930, probably among  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 
 Article Title :: Shih Tzu Color - Highly Prized Colors and Markings
 
By the 1930's, the Peking Kennel Club was faced with the existence of a variety of colors. The Peking Kennel Club wanted to do justice to the facts of history regarding the highly favoured Imperial color of "Tawny or honey-coloured or Golden - The Yellows." At that time, their Shih Tzu standard read: "All colors permissible, single and mixed. Tawny or honey-coloured highly favoured." The British Shih Tzu standard read: "All colors permissible," but adds the words, "a white blaze on the forehead and a white tip to the tail are highly prized." And now the French Shih Tzu standard of the mid-1950's comments "honey-colored and white are rare and much appreciated." It has been said the color "w  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 
 Article Title :: Shih Tzu Are Very Perceptive Of Their Owner's Feelings And Moods
 
An interesting fact about the Empress Dowager of the Chinese Imperial Palace is that there is only one known photo of her with Shih Tzu. The photo was taken around 1903 and shows Hai-Ling (Sea Otter) pictured at the Empress's feet. Also in the picture is her Chief Eunuch of the Royal Kennel and her Ladies-In-Waiting. The photograph is now at the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives Smithsonian Institute. The Exmpress Dowager had dozens of pet Shih Tzu. Some were particularly favored and two were priviledged characters. Among these was one of the Skye variety, most intelligent and clever at tricks. One of his tricks was that he would lie dead at Her Majesty's command   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 
 Article Title :: What Is The Imperial/Teacup Shih Tzu...Do They Actually Exist?
 
I did not create the "labels" Imperial or "Teacup." These words were already set in stone before I ever came on board. I picked up the terms only because potential customers were asking me for "Imperial Size" or "Teacup Size." I RARELY get a request for a "Standard" size shih tzu as defined by the American Kennel Club. Since these words of Imperial Shih Tzu and Teacup Shih Tzu were so common to describe a particular size of shih tzu and I was seeing these are the terms people place in search engines boxes looking for the size THEY WANT in a shih tzu, I began using the terms as well mainly to be able to communicate with potential customers in their own language. The smaller size shih tzu ar  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 
 Article Title :: Let's Talk About Vaccines - Everyone Else Is!
 
There is no universal protocol for canine vaccination schedules. Many vets recommend more vaccinations than most dogs require to be protected from contagious diseases. A lot of vets use the vaccination schedule they receive with the vaccinations they buy from drug companies. Vets are now realizing to trust vaccine makers may not be the best thing to do. Vaccine makers are in the business of selling vaccines. There are a number of things pet owners can do to make sure their dogs are protected against contagious diseases without overvaccinating. You need to learn about the diseases the vaccines defend your dog against. Before you allow your vet to vaccinated, ask your vet about the disease i  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Connie Limon 
 
 Article Title :: Tips To Eliminate Tear Staining - Shih Tzu
 
Tear staining can be from many different causes. Also consult with your vet first. There are antibiotics the vet can prescribe that will help some cases of tear staining. Here are a few other tips you can use to help with tear stain removal. Use filtered or distilled water. Using air purifiers (such as those you can obtain from EcoQuest) in the rooms with the dogs for air purity. Ensure good ventilation by using exhaust fans, ceiling fans, open windows etc. Ensure your Shih Tzu have adequate exposure to sun. Being outside with sunshine and clean fresh air is healthy for you and your pets. Keeping your dogs clean with their hair out of their eyes is also important. Keep your dogs envi  (read full article)
 
 
 
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