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It's been a few days since I last updated my blog about my premature puppies. It's so sad because the third female puppy passed away yesterday morning. I knew she had a slim chance of surviving. I am monitoring their weight everyday and I noticed that the third shih tzu puppy is not gaining weight. Instead, she is losing weight everyday even if she is feeding from her mom plus   Read More ...

I have a very good news to all of you today. The two remaining puppies are doing great. It's a good sign that I haven't lost one puppy today. It gives me hope that I might actually be able to save these two remaining puppies from dying. I hope that they continue to get stronger as days pass by. Update in my post: Here is a picture of the puppies   Read More ...

May 25 12:00 pm - I let the puppies feed from their mom. The last one to finish was the male shih tzu puppy. I thought they were all doing good already. After feeding, I made them poo and pee. Then I returned them to their incubator and let them sleep. 2:00 pm - I was surprised because I noticed that the male puppy got weaker. He was still doing   Read More ...

May 24 2:00 pm - The eldest puppy died due to respiratory failure. Right now, I only have the second, third and fifth puppy. I just hope that all of them can survive. I do not want anymore puppies to die. Please, help me save them. Goodbye my dear puppy. Hope you are in a good place now. Do not worry for I will do my best to take care   Read More ...

May 23: This is the second day of the puppies. They are still currently being tube fed but I still try to breastfeed them from their mother once in a while. I cannot leave the puppies alone with their mother because the mother doesn't want to care for her puppies. I am afraid she might hurt her puppies. There are times that although they are full, they still cry inside   Read More ...

I would like to share with you my experience of having premature puppies. This is the first time it happened to me. My bitch was supposed to give birth next week (around May 29). But on May 21, she got sick. She had diarrhea so maybe it's the reason why she gave birth unexpectedly. This is the whole story: May 21: I was out the whole day entertaining my visitors.   Read More ...

I already created an article on How to Groom Your Shih Tzu Puppy. Now, I will show you how to make a maintenance topknot for your shih tzu. This is mostly applicable to shih tzu with long hair enough to be wrapped on a paper. As usual, you must have the Things Needed for Grooming. A wrapping paper is also needed. Just click on the picture to view the instructions   Read More ...

Categories: Featured, Grooming

Another Free Shih Tzu Grooming Seminar will be conducted on May 22, 2011 in SM City Sta Mesa.  The said grooming seminar will start at 1:00 pm. The seminar's resource persons are: 1.  Mr. Gerard Catedrilla - Distributor of #1 All Systems Pet Grooming Products and a professional Shih Tzu Handler/Trainer and Groomer 2.  Dr. Saza Maristela - for Virbac / Nutriplus Join the seminar and you can win some   Read More ...

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I want to share this grooming video produced by the previous Philippine Shih Tzu Club to all the shih tzu owners out there. This video is created for the purpose of educating new shih tzu owners on how to properly care for their shih tzu. Unfortunately, this video is being sold by other people illegally. So to minimize selling this video, I am posting this online so you can view   Read More ...

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