I just want to share a simple way to tie the body coat of your shih tzu. This is very helpful in preventing the coat of your shih tzu from getting wet (especially for female shih tzu) while urinating.  This can also help lessen coat breakage just like when you make a maintenance topknot.

 

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Categories: Featured, Grooming

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  1. Shih tzu says:

    i really love this. i will makeover my shih tzu like this!

  2. memory richey says:

    Thanks very helpfull

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