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First 30 Days With Your New Shih Tzu Puppy – Dos and Don’ts

One of the questions that worry most people who want to adopt a dog is “Will it be easy to train it?” Of course, dog training is not always that easy, but you must use the right way to do it. In short, you need to be more than just your dog. You need to understand his feelings and be his best friend. If this happens, then the rest will be simple.


Let’s start with a few steps that are a good start to your new relationship with your dog. First, you need to understand that Shih Tzu is very active but friendly and loving. Never try to stop them from having fun or lock them up at home. It can damage his health and emotional well-being. If you want to build a healthy relationship with your dog, you need to have patience.


After adopting a dog, you need to create a warm and suitable environment for it. This way, you can get rid of clutter or broken vases. But this is not enough. Your dog will not understand what place you have prepared for him if you do not tell him. Try to be loving and teach him that he should sleep in his bed. This way, you can have less clutter in your bedroom or living room. If you manage to teach your dog to sleep in a certain place, everything else will be easy.


If you want your dog to feel comfortable, you need to take care of his hair. You know that many Shih Tzu does not look good because of their hair. Your dog will thank you if you cut his hair. To make this look even more fun, you can make different gorgeous hairstyles.


The first few days you get a dog, you have to keep it close to yourself. It may be afraid so, it wants to sleep and stay close to you. Maybe you do not like this, but for your dog, it is necessary. You have a right to worry when your dog wants to sleep in your bed. In those moments, you may think that your dog may have dirt. They can wake you up at night and ruin your bed. You do not like to sleep at all when the blankets fall to the floor or not? Well, your dog never gets tired and loves to play with you.

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