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    Female, 13 weeks old (11/27/19)
    Adult Weight 12 - 14 lbs.
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    Male, 12 weeks old (11/29/19)
    Adult Weight 7 - 9 lbs.
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Shih-Tzu Puppies for Sale in Georgia

Shih Tzu PuppyLooking for Shih Tzu puppies for sale in Georgia? You’re in the right place, but first there are a few things you might want to know about this adorable breed… 

While the name shih tzu may translate to “small lion,” these little pups are anything but savage. Their regal appearance and propensity for getting spoiled make them perfect for fashion lovers and families alike. Making up one of the 15 oldest dog breeds in existence, these pups have some serious heritage behind them. It’s believed that Tibetan monks first introduced the breed around 8000 BC to be given as gifts to Chinese nobility.

In spite of their proud appearance and dignified stance, these dogs are not arrogant or pompous. Really, they’re little balls of fluff that love nothing more than being cuddled and spending quality time with their favorite person.

What to Know About Shih Tzu Puppies

Temperament of Shih Tzu Puppies

As a member of the toy breed of dogs, shih tzus are the least yappy and aren’t fazed by much. They’re polite with strangers and can get along peacefully with other pets. Of course, this doesn’t happen by itself — getting your little one into good habits at an early age is imperative. This breed of dog knows exactly what it likes and what it doesn’t like and will most likely let you know. They have a stubborn streak that only adds to the charm of their personality.

If you’re consistent and train using treats, praise and always staying calm, you’ll find your pup loves being trained. They’re very attentive to their owners and particularly love being companions to retired seniors. These pets don’t like being left on their own and adore the company of humans. Snuggling up on your lap or accompanying you in the garden are some of their favorite pastimes.

6 Best Things About Shih Tzus’ Personalities

  • Perky and upbeat
  • Friendly with other animals and strangers
  • Love being with people
  • Small yet sturdy and strong
  • Less prone to yapping than other toy breeds
  • Confident but not arrogant or aloof

Caring for Your New Pup

Caring for one of these little scamps isn’t demanding, but they would rather be with you than spend their time alone or with another dog. To bring out the best in them, begin training them while they’re young and they’ll get into excellent habits by the time they’re fully grown. Housebreaking takes time and patience, but once you get there, you’ll both be proud.

This breed of dog is one of the most intelligent around and loves to learn. Make sure you keep them stimulated with plenty of exercise. They may not need to be walked as much as a bigger dog, but one hour of running around or two small walks a day will keep them healthy and happy. Their short-nose makes them prone to overheating, so be sure to take them out during cool times of day in summer months and never leave them unsupervised outdoors.

Grooming Your Shih Tzu

Some pet owners are elated by the idea of grooming their pets regularly, with an opportunity to bond and impart love and affection to your canine pal. Shih tzus are ideal, with long, flowing coats that require daily brushing and shampooing at least once a week. If you can’t commit to doing this yourself, don’t fear; you can clip their coats short in what’s referred to as a “puppy cut.” It looks utterly adorable and makes them much lower maintenance. You can also get them pampered at the dog groomer’s if you prefer.

How much are Shih Tzu Puppies?

The average price of a shih tzu puppy in Georgia is around $800, but can vary based on breeding, care and training. If you’re looking to get a dog with breeding rights, you can expect to pay in the range of $1,500 up to $4,000. These purebred pups are worth every penny, providing you with all the adoration and adorableness you could ever want from a pet.

Call 678-502-0930 or fill out our contact form here to come and meet the gorgeous shih tzu puppies we have available or to arrange delivery if you’ve already spotted your perfect new family member on our website.