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 it for free.

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6 Responses so far.

  1. Zita says:

    That’s right. I have seen a lot of grooming videos on Shih Tzu. So far, this video offers the simplest and clearest explanation. Thanks & congrats for a credible presentattion.

  2. Zita says:

    That’s right. I have seen a lot of grooming video, and this one offers the simplest and clearest explanation. Thanks

  3. Cynthia says:

    Thanks for sharing very informative first time I have seen the top knot explained so well.

  4. Superness says:

    I am happy to share this to all shih tzu owners

  5. Leslie says:

    This is a wonderful video for beginners. Thanks for posting.

  6. Thank you for sharing this wideo with all. One of the best grooming videos out there for shih tzu.

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