* An in-depth look at the Shih Tzu temperament
* The fascinating history of the breed
* Tips for selecting a Shih Tzu puppy or adult dog
* Pointers on feeding, grooming, and health
* Savvy advice on housebreaking and basic training
* Bonus chapters available on companion Web site
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- Hardback | 144 pages
- 134.62 x 210.82 x 15.24mm | 358.34g
- 03 May 2005
- Turner Publishing Company
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
- 2nd Revised edition
- col. Illustrations
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12 May 2006
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The authoritative information and advice you need, illustrated throughout with full-color photographs--now revised and redesigned to be even more reader-friendly!
Once the favorite pet of the Chinese imperial court, the Shih Tzu today is a perennially popular companion dog--playful, affectionate, and irresistibly cuddly. This updated guide gives you all the information you need to understand, select, train, and care for a Shih Tzu, including: An in-depth look at the Shih Tzu temperamentThe fascinating history of the breedTips for selecting a Shih Tzu puppy or adult dogPointers on feeding, grooming, and healthSavvy advice on housebreaking and basic trainingBonus chapters available on companion Web site
About Jo Ann White
Jo Ann has bred and/or owned about twenty champions and several obedience titlists under her Heavenly Dynasty kennel name. She is the former president of the American Shih Tzu Club, which awarded her a lifetime membership for extraordinary service to the breed in 2004, and is vice president of the Shih Tzu Fanciers of Central Florida.
Jo Ann is the author of several other books, including "The Official Book of the Shih Tzu, " and numerous magazine articles about dogs. She has been the Shih Tzu breed columnist for the "AKC Gazette" since 1988. A freelance reference book writer and editor with particular interest in the Third World, she now lives on the Gulf Coast of Florida with two retired and very spoiled Shih Tzu. Many of the photographs in this book were taken by her late husband, Richard Lawall.