I am inviting every one to join our first Shih Tzu Contest.  Simply register in our Shih Tzu Forum and share your knowledge about our favorite breed — the shih tzu.  If you are the first person to reach the 50 posts requirement, you will win items for your furbabies worth Php1,000.

Joining the contest will be fun.  Not only you will be able to share ideas with other shih tzu owners, but you will also gain more knowledge from other shih tzu owners.  And if you get lucky, you can win items for your shih tzu babies also.  So what are you waiting for, join the forum and start posting now…

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4 Responses so far.

  1. shih tzu says:

    i have a shih tzu puppy, i want her to join but how?

  2. shih tzu puppies needs training.

  3. ariel cruzin says:

    how to join

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