Hello Dear Pet Lovers
Here we have announced the best pet dog for the month of January 2017.
The pet name is Mithi the Shih-Tzu, she trust her groomer so much.
we fidel pets are happy to have clients like her.
Mithi’s owner also takes care of her pet very clean, she gets brushed 2 times every day, takes regular grooming services.
we are happy to announce Mithi as best pet dog for the month of January 2017.
A Shih Tzu, also known as the Chrysanthemum Dog, is a toy dog breed, weighing 10–19 pounds when fully grown. The exact origins of the breed are unknown, but it is thought to have originated in Tibet and then been developed in China.
Life span: 10 – 16 years
Temperament: Lively, Outgoing, Playful, Alert, Gentle, Loyal.
Height: Female: 20 – 28 cm (Adult, At the withers), Male: 20 – 28 cm (Adult, At the withers)
Colors: Black, Dark Brown, Gold, White, Liver & White, Brindle, Light Brown, Blue, Black & White, Liver
Origin: China, Tibet
The Shih Tzu is a sturdy little dog with a short muzzle and large dark eyes. They have a soft and long double coat. A Shih Tzu should stand no more than 28 cm (11 in.) at the withers and with an ideal weight of 4.5 to 8.6 kg (10 to 19 lbs). Drop ears are covered with long fur, and the heavily furred tail is carried curled over the back. The coat may be of any color, though white and with blazes of grey are frequently seen. The Shih Tzu is slightly longer than tall, and bigger dogs ideally should carry themselves “with distinctly arrogant carriage”. A very noticeable feature is the underbite, which is required in the breed standard. The traditional long silky coat, which reaches the floor, requires daily brushing to avoid tangles. Because of their long coat and fast-growing hair, regular grooming is necessary, which may be expensive and should be taken into account when considering adopting one of this breed. Often the coat is clipped short to simplify care. For conformation showing, the coat must be left in its natural state, though trimming for neatness around the feet and anus is allowed. The shorter cut is typically called a “puppy cut” or a “teddy bear cut” when the puppy cut is accompanied by a fuller, rounder face, resembling a stuffed animal.
The Shih Tzu needs a daily walk. Play will take care of a lot of its exercise needs, however, as with all breeds, play will not fulfill its primal instinct to walk. Dogs that do not get to go on daily walks are more likely to display behavior problems. They will also enjoy a good romp in a safe, open area off lead, such as a large, fenced-in yard. Do not overfeed this breed or it will quickly become fat.