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Does your dog’s night activity drive you dotty? Maybe you are desperate for blissful silence but unable to shut that Shih Tzu up? Read on for help with the shouting Shih Tzu and to understand more about his barking behavior. When you live with a Shih Tzu that barks at night it can be difficult to deal with the sleep disturbance. Yapping into the early hours is distressing for the   Read More ...

Many of today’s pet parents grew up with dogs in the family. Of course, experience living with furry friends doesn’t necessarily translate into good knowledge of dog training. There are plenty of mistakes made when teaching dogs how to be good household citizens, but here are five of the most common and problematic: Inconsistency – This can have many meanings related to dog training…and none of them are good. Whether commands   Read More ...

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Watch Cooper as he sticks his tongue out on command. The owner taught Cooper this trick with the help of a clicker. He taught Cooper by clicking it whenever he stuck his tongue out. Cooper can now stick his tongue back in on command too.

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Rainy season is approaching again and so is thunder and lightening.  Most animals take cover during thunder and lightening. However, some of my shih tzu are terrified of them. They have this thunder fear where they would become restless or out of focus when they hear thunder. I found a video that gives some tips on how to help your dog get through with thunder fear.   A training expert, Michael   Read More ...

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Young shih tzu puppies are like furry learning machines. Everything is new to them and they get curious in almost everything. They will either be a bad puppy or a well trained puppy depending on how the breeder will raise them. It is the responsibility of the breeder to train their puppies at an early age. So when is the best time to train your puppy? I think the best   Read More ...

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    Pawing is an appeasing gesture. Licking another dog's face is an invitation to play or sign of deference.
    Play bowing is an invitation to play and a sign of happiness.
    Direct eye contact means that a dog is feeling bold and confident. Casual eye contact means he's contented. An averted gaze means indifference. Dilated pupils indicate fear.
    Raised hackles indicate arousal, either because a dog is frightened or is challenging another dog. Smooth hackles show a dog is calm.
    A relaxed tail means that a dog is calm and at peace. A tail head straight out, wagging rhythmically and slowly, means that a dog is cautious or on guard. Tail down indicates worry or uncertainty.
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