I just want to share with you that Totally Shih Tzu has a new forum.  The aim of this forum is to help bring all shih tzu lovers together.  This can be our special spot where we can learn new things and share some knowledge about our beloved Shih Tzu breed.  This can also aid in the meet and greet of all shih tzu lovers.  I am encouraging everyone to register and participate in the shih tzu forum.  In this way, we can help educate new shih tzu owners and gain more knowledge about the shih tzu breed. I am still in the process of adding useful articles in the forum.  But I am opening the forum to the public starting today. It will be helpful if you can post and share some information about your furbabies. Remeber, registration is free.  So what are you waiting for?  Register now at Totally Shih Tzu Forum and start posting 🙂  
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