Where quality is the top priority
Hi My names Tay I have been breeding Shih Tzus for 10 years. All of our dogs live at home with my Husband, daughters and I and are part of my family. Our Adult Shih Tzus are all purebred AKC registered. They are all high quality with nice Pedigrees, Health tested and overall healthy dogs. I am a small hobby breeder who loves the breed and only share our loved ones with the most worthy parents.
All our furbabies are sold with a 5 year health guarantee that covers your baby for any congenital defect not common to the brachycephalic breeds. its our way of guaranteeing you are purchasing a healthy, perfect puppy for you to love and enjoy for many years.
We offer a life-time support for your puppy and will be here to answer questions, provide information and suggest resources. If you are no longer able to assume responsibility for your puppy, dog, I will be more than happy to to take the dog and find it a suitable home.
I do not want any of my past puppies ending up in a shelter, or pound.
The name “Shih Tzu” means lion dog in Chinese, and they received the name because of their long, flowing mane-like coat. The lion is highly regarded in Buddhist culture, and therefore the Shih Tzu made its way into palaces and royalty’s lap in the older days of China. The Shih Tzu is a sturdy, lively, toy dog with a long flowing double coat. The topknot on the head is usually held up with a bow, and they have dark round eyes with a pleasing expression. Shih Tzus can be of any color and any pattern, but a white blaze and a white tail is much desired. They somewhat resemble Ewoks from the movie Star Wars. The actual Japanese standard for this breed states that this breed should have, “lion head, bear torso, camel hoof, feather-duster tail, palm-leaf ear, rice teeth, pearly petal tongue, and a movement like a goldfish.” Shih Tzus have a distinctively arrogant carriage with head well up and tail curved over the back. They may display an arrogant personality, but are actually playful and gentle. They are quite friendly, more so than their cousins, the Lhasa Apso. They are not as wary of strangers, and get along well with everyone. Shih Tzus adapt well to any family situation and will enjoy a cuddle in your lap, doing tricks, or fetching a tennis ball. Shih Tzus are an intelligent dog who will make a good family addition. Despite their small size the Shih Tzu is a confident and dignified breed.