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    Default New guard dog

    Don't let the small size and cute face fool you. My niece and her family will sleep a lot better with this viscous creature guarding the house. It is half Maltese/Shih Tzu.

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    Oh don't worry I am so afraid of dogs, that even this one would scare me.
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    What an adorable guard dog.....watch your cakes!
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    Awww. What a cutie!

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    Such a sweet face!


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    How adorable!!

    I just want to give a little advice. I had a Bichon/ Shih Tzu puppy. I had to give him away because I couldn't house train him. He peed and pooped on every bed and chair in the house and in a box of pictures. He had access to the yard and refused to use it. It tore my heart out but it just wasn't working with us. I found out later that Shih Tzu's are one of the hardest to train. So tell her to get a handle on it right away. It can be done, I just failed



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    Oh my gosh! It's not a dog - it's an Ewok!

    He's adorable!
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    My daughter has two. They are so much fun. One is 5 pounds one is 8 pounds, they are brothers. They are both trained for inside and outside, however, the little one still likes to poop in other areas. They are pretty good overall though. I think they are about 3-4 years old now. Would get another in a heartbeat!

    Lori, that's sad to hear it did not work out. They are so darn lovable.

    Papa, enjoy - what is his name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulamoon View Post
    How adorable!!

    I just want to give a little advice. I had a Bichon/ Shih Tzu puppy. I had to give him away because I couldn't house train him. He peed and pooped on every bed and chair in the house and in a box of pictures. He had access to the yard and refused to use it. It tore my heart out but it just wasn't working with us. I found out later that Shih Tzu's are one of the hardest to train. So tell her to get a handle on it right away. It can be done, I just failed
    I'll let them know. They have had good luck so far. He has even woke them to go out so maybe they will be lucky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kgrammiecaz View Post
    My daughter has two. They are so much fun. One is 5 pounds one is 8 pounds, they are brothers. They are both trained for inside and outside, however, the little one still likes to poop in other areas. They are pretty good overall though. I think they are about 3-4 years old now. Would get another in a heartbeat!

    Lori, that's sad to hear it did not work out. They are so darn lovable.

    Papa, enjoy - what is his name.

    His name is Duke.

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