Shih Tzu pups generally grow into jovial adults.
When most people think of a tiny, cute, fluffy dog, they think of a Shih Tzu. These little dogs have long and luxurious coats that are usually white or tan and white. They can often be seen with bows in their fur, and they tend to be very affectionate with their owners. This dog may be nervous about strangers if it is undersocialized, but it is generally a fantastic little dog.
Shih Tzu puppies are unquestionably lovely, fluffy bundles of teeny weeny canine perfection. They are not as different as adults. The more you know about Shih Tzu’s as a puppy, from medical predispositions to responsiveness training, the better equipped you will be to care for — and love — one of them.
This breed is doing well in almost any home, ranging from a busy suburban family to an elderly couple. Their small size and affectionate nature make it easy for them to deal with in almost any space.