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We only do purebred litters when we would like to keep a puppy back to ad to our own breeding program.  Our main breeding program is focused on our passion the Shorkie Breed.

 

 

 

 

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Shih Tzu Breed Came from?

The origin of the Shih-Tzu is obscure. The Shih-Tzu originated in Tibet where it was kept in temples as a sacred dog. It is known that they were occasionally given to the Emperors of China during the Manchu dynasty (17th century) as a tribute of great honor and that is how they came to be established in China.

In that country, the dogs became little temple dogs and were kept in the palace and carefully guarded and cared for by the court eunuchs. When the Peking Kennel Club was formed in 1934 there was much confusion as to the difference between certain small breeds. In 1938 an individual standard was set for the Shih-Tzu and it was recognized as a separate breed from certain other Tibetan breeds.

With the war and the takeover of Peking in 1949 there were no more exported from China. In 1952 there was a strong fear that the breed was developing poor structure and it was decided to cross a Pekingese into the line in England. The purpose was to obtain a less leggy dog with a better coat and shorter muzzle. This was accomplished, however the bowed front legs of the Pekingese are something that still can be seen on some Shih-Tzu today.

There was also a faction in England called the Manchu Club that believed a smaller dog better represented the true heritage of the temple dogs. The Kennel Club recognized this in their 1938 standard by stating the ideal weight was between 9 to 16 pounds which is what the current standard recognizes.

In the United States, fanciers obtained them in the late 1930s. The breed gained in popularity in 1960, with many imports coming from England and Europe. The breed was shown in the Miscellaneous class at AKC dog shows. It was not until 1969 that the Shih-Tzu were permitted to be shown as a separate breed in the Toy Group. In 1969, 2,811 Shih-Tzu were registered which increased to 14,894 in 1978. Within that nine year period over 85,000 Shih-Tzu were registered with the American Kennel Club, placing the Shih-Tzu in the top 25 most popular breeds according to the AKC. It is no surprise that the temple dog had come into the homes of many owners -- this is due not only their Imperial background but also to their personality.



What to look for in Shih tzu breeders:

When you are looking for a shih tzu breeder you need to do your research. You want to use a breeder that dose the best they can to help produce happy, healthy, outgoing, socialized, beautiful puppies.

There our many shih tzu breeders that cut corners to so they can offer shih tzu puppies for sale at a cheap price. But with that comes many other things. Like health issues, skin issues, and many more  issues. You need to use a breeder that will be there for you and your new baby for many years to come.

You want to make sure that the breeder you choose to use dose the best of their ability to make sure their adults are 100% healthy, they can do this by doing health test on them. Some test can not be done until the adults are at least 1 year old, but no dog should be breed until they are at least a year old.

Remember not every shih tzu should be bred. You need to find a shihtzu breeder that breeds for  QUALITY NOT QUANTITY.. You also want to use a breeder that has TOP quality adults, so you know they produce adorable top quality puppies..

There are many shihtzu breeders out there that just want to mass produce shihtzu puppies with out doing any testing, it is your job to research where your getting your new shihtzu puppy from and only support ethical breeders that test for health issues.

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Health issues a shih tzu can have:

Shihtzus can have any health issue's that is known in the shih tzu breed.  Here are a couple of them. You can click on each link to see a sample of information about it. Each link will open a new window.

Eye

CLICK HERE To See  Shih Tzu Eye issues

Liver

CLICK HERE To See Shih Tzu liver health issues

Knees

CLICK HERE To Shih Tzu Patella/Knee Health issues

In order to be responsible breeder they  need to do the testing that should be done on each and every one of their adults.

Shih Tzu breeders can prevent health issues in their babies by making sure their parents are tested for the issues prior to breeding them. If a breeder has a dog that did not pass their testing it should NEVER be bred.

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