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Hipermedios: Toy Dogs: The Shih Tzu

Primer Ensayo: The Shih Tzu

Melisa Silva

on 4 April 2011

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Transcript of Hipermedios: Toy Dogs: The Shih Tzu

The Shih Tzu The Shih Tzu's ancestry traces back to China, as far as the 17th century; appearing in Chinese artwork and texts. Shih Tzus are categorized under the toy dog breed. They are one of the oldest toy dogs. Here are some of the physical characteristics that can be found in Shih Tzus:

Size: 8 - 11 inches
Coat: doublecoated, luxurious, dense, long, flowing
Color: any color of the canine rainbow
Eyes: large, round, set well apart, very dark
Ears: large, set below skull crown, heavily coated
Muzzle: square, short, unwrinkled, flat front
Nose: black, liver on liver dogs, blue on blue dogs, nostrils are wide and open
Tail: set high, heavily plumed Here is a list of some of the behavioural aspects of Shih Tzus:
-Trusting to everyone
-Spunky Like all dogs, Shih Tzus also have a range of health problems, some of which are hereditary, such as:
-Ear Infections
-Eye Problems
-Early Tooth Loss
-Respiratory Problems
-Tend to wheeze and snore
-Prone to slipped stifle and spinal disc disease Websites where valuable information can be found:
http://www.petwave.com/Dogs/Dog-Breed-Center/Toy-Group/Shih-Tzu/Appearance.aspx http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nssFPcyQvQY&feature=fvwrel Before toy dogs were considered to be status symbols.
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