The 17th and 18th PHGCI All Breeds Show took place at PCCI Activity Center, Marikina City last January 24 and 25, 2009. Judges were Mr. Rodi Hubenthal and Ms. Wera Hubenthal, both from Norway. These judges were known to be strict in judging shih tzu. They don’t allow such things as spraynet, powders, gel or artificial markers. They want to see the natural beauty of the shih tzu competing inside the ring. If they found out that your shih tzu has these things, they will excuse your shih tzu from the ring. However, some groomers still apply something but of little amount only. This is just to enhance their shih tzu a little bit.

To view the pictures during the said show, just keep on browsing…


 

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3 Responses so far.

  1. Sveta says:

    Hello! I would like to get a puppy Shih-tzu for dog show

  2. Stan says:

    Wow, those are some impressive Shih Tzu. Mine is too scared to go down the stairs!

    http://dogsyoulove.com/videos/a-shih-tzu-learns-about-the-stairs

  3. Janelle says:

    Love the photos…..

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