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Hungry shih tzu throws a tantrum
  • 03.07.2022
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Have you ever noticed your Shih Tzu throwing a tantrum? If so, it could be because it is hungry! Fortunately, there are ways to prevent this from happening. Listed below are some suggestions for keeping your Shih Tzu from throwing a tantrum. First of all, make sure your dog is getting enough food. The recommended daily amount for dogs is based on their age and weight, and should be accurate to about 10%. Avoid giving your dog foods with artificial colors or flavors. These are known to cause allergic reactions and can be deadly. Some brands are even made from animal bones and waste. Some of these foods can lead to a cycle of food intake and famishness. Lastly, avoid foods high in sugar, artificial dyes, or fillers. A natural diet will keep your Shih Tzu healthy and happy. As with all breeds, Shih Tzus love to play. They're excellent with older children, as well as other pets. But be careful when playing rough with them; they can bite if pushed too far. Be sure to supervise your Shih Tzu puppy around young children at all times. And remember, this breed is the best choice if you want a pet with good temperament. When your Shih Tzu starts throwing a tantrum because of hunger, you should try to determine what's causing it. Start by checking whether your dog's food is spoiling. If it is, clean it with warm water and try a different type of food. Otherwise, it might be the problem. If you have to deal with a Shih Tzu throwing a tantrum because of hunger, it might be time to consult a veterinarian. Your Shih Tzu might be suffering from bone and joint problems. Hereditary hip dysplasia and luxating patella are common problems with Shih Tzus. Extra movement in these joints can cause painful symptoms in later life. You should give your dog a balanced diet and plenty of playtime. Also, make sure to check your dog's weight regularly. And make sure he gets plenty of exercise. Excessive appetite can be the result of a number of causes. A dog with a chronic illness may require more calories, while an older Shih Tzu may need less food due to tooth issues or a decrease in activity level. In general, senior Shih Tzus are rarely permanently hungry. However, a Shih Tzu's excessive appetite can be an indication of another health condition, such as diabetes. In addition to eye problems, Shih Tzus may also experience dry eye. In some cases, this is caused by allergies or bacteria. Other conditions caused by poor diet may result in runny, crusty, and dull eyes. If your Shih Tzu has dry or itchy eyes, consider taking it to the vet. Providing your Shih Tzu with the right food can prevent future problems.

Dog dad tenderly kisses the chihuahua he didn't want
  • 02.07.2022
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If you've ever met a dog who didn't want your puppy, then you've probably been in the same situation: your boyfriend was smitten by your pup, but he didn't really want to adopt her. But the two of you finally got along, and you've grown very close. This video will help you understand why. You may not have wanted the dog at first, but your relationship with your new pet has developed into BFFs, and you've probably left your other partners in the dust! Now, that's a good reason to flaunt your love for your furry friend by wearing a dog dad t-shirt. There are plenty of designs for you to choose from.

Yorkie in the wind! Fluffy Yorkie getting treats after a bath.
  • 02.07.2022
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When giving your fluffy Yorkie a bath, make sure to use a good-quality shampoo. The water should feel neutral or slightly cooler than your Yorkie's body temperature. When giving your fluffy Yorkie a bath, be sure to test their paws to make sure that the water does not feel too hot. A bath with a towel over your dog's paws is also a good idea, as pollen can collect there and cause irritation and even infection. If you would like to help save a fluffy, rescued Yorkie, please consider donating to United Yorkshireie Rescue. These donations help the dogs in need live a healthy and happy life. You can help them by making a small donation. Donations of any size will help the organization continue their mission to help these dogs. By making a donation, you can help United Yorkie Rescue save more than just a dog! While shaking due to fear is harmless, it can have negative effects on your dog's self-esteem and basic confidence. Your dog will grow up to be a skittish, nervous dog if you regularly expose it to the elements. To help your fluffy Yorkie overcome the fear of the wind, introduce it to a situation that your Yorkie may not be familiar with. To prevent hypoglycemia, you should keep honey in your home. This is a good idea for your fluffy Yorkie as it will help keep your pup's blood sugar stable. You should also give your dog treats after a bath if they shiver. This can be fatal for a young puppy. Older Yorkies shake because their blood sugar levels are imbalanced. Cauliflower is another excellent treat for your fluffy pup. It is hydrating and contains a lot of fiber, making it beneficial for your dog's digestion. Make sure you cut the seeds out, as the seeds can cause a tummy upset, so try to buy seedless varieties instead. You should also keep the green skin off watermelons to avoid your pup from accidentally eating the green parts. Care for your fluffy yorkie's coat depends on the type of coat your pup has. A fluffy Yorkie needs to be groomed more than a smooth-coated Yorkie. The more wooly your pup's coat, the more frequent you should bathe it to prevent skin conditions and allergies. You can give your fluffy Yorkie a bath every two weeks or so. The more often you give your dog a bath, the less likely they are to shed. For those with little ones, a spray bottle will keep your dog cool. Never use it to punish your fluffy friend. A nice breeze can make the temperature feel cooler and evaporates your dog's sweat. Likewise, a fan can help your fluffy Yorkie cool off. However, always remember to give your dog some treats and a treat after a bath.

Little Dog And Big Dog Brother Are Inseparable - BIG BEN & TINY TIM | The Dodo
  • 01.07.2022
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Little Dog and big dog brothers are inseparable. But how can you separate them? There are many ways to do so. If your pups are constantly fighting over food or toys, you may need to seek professional help. A professional can assess the situation and make recommendations. Depending on the breed, they can help you separate the brothers. If your pups are very different in temperament, you might want to try separate training with the "softer" one first before separating them. A picture of a small chihuahua, Tiny Tim, and his big labrador companion, named Ben, has gone viral on Instagram. The two dogs, who are nearly identical in size and personality, have been inseparable for over eight years. Their adorable relationship has even gained them fame. They've been seen doing everything together, including riding on Big Ben's back! Tina Newhouser's son brought home a tiny pit bull pup, and Beck instantly became friends. Tina's son, who was a mail carrier, took care of the little dog. But the big dog's jealousy made him a bad dog owner. But he stayed by his friend, and the two have become inseparable. This cute relationship is the perfect example of how to treat an animal with love and respect. While these two dogs are inseparable, you should consider that they may need to be separated sometimes. This may be due to commotion, stress, or some other factor. In the meantime, the dogs will get hurt due to redirected bites. If you are unsure, seek professional help. There are several ways to keep your dogs apart, but the most important is to avoid allowing them to fight. Inseparability between a big dog and a little dog can be stressful. If you can't spend enough time with both dogs, you may need to separate them for training or health reasons. The two puppies will not get along without you. But if the bonding is strong enough, you can't really blame a puppy for being unable to live without the other one. In a comic strip, a shepherd dog and a talking dog are brothers. In another one, a stray Boston Terrier has supernatural powers and is recruited by the Joestars to fight the DIO. In a different comic strip, Dilbert's dog wears glasses and is extremely intelligent. The latter's dog is a superhero and is often named G-Dog. The Argentine version has a talking dog named Sparks.

Cute yorkie hates snow
  • 30.06.2022
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This cute Yorkshire Terrier is ready to go outside to do her business, but her human forgot to tell her that the backyard was covered in snow. Check out how she reacts in the video below. The cute winter coat is not an excuse. It's actually a good idea to prepare her for the weather, but keep in mind that your Yorkie needs to eat and sleep as well. So, here are some tips to keep her comfortable in the winter months: A Yorkie's body temperature can easily drop below 45 degrees F (7 C) because of the wind chill factor. Snow and sleet contain a high amount of water, which your Yorkie will soak up. This can put your little pup at risk for hypothermia. In addition, because their bodies are not built for extreme cold, the snow and ice they walk on will be colder than the air. Another cause for the discomfort of winter for Yorkies is dry air. It's not only harmful for your skin and hair, but can even crack your Yorkie's skin. If your Yorkie is not protected, he might suffer from cracked skin, cracked nose, and hair break off. These symptoms can be painful for your little yorkie, but you can take some steps to keep him comfortable. If you're looking for a way to make your Yorkie love the snow, here are some tips: One of the main reasons why a Yorkie dislikes snow is because it contains ice melt, which exposes your pup's paws to toxins. In addition to that, when snow and ice melt, they will form puddles of highly toxic water that can hurt your dog's skin. So, it's important to keep your Yorkie out of these dangerous puddles. There are many reasons why dogs like to roll in snow. Sometimes, it's simply out of pleasure - they're trying to explore a new environment and sniff out scents. Another reason a dog might like to roll in snow is because it relieves a persistent itch. If your Yorkie doesn't like the snow, he may be suffering from some medical condition. In some cases, this can be a sign of endocrine or Cushing's disease. A Yorkie's prey drive is triggered by children, especially if they are running around, so be extra careful when kids are around. During this time, they may become protective of their food bowls or other items in your home. If a Yorkie is uncharacteristically cranky, it may be a sign of a dental problem, a genetic disease, or a stress-related condition.

Shih tzu puppy Bumble Bee doing many tricks.
  • 29.06.2022
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You've probably seen videos of Shih Tzu puppy Bumble Bee doing all kinds of tricks, including turning and rolling over on command. You can even comment on your pup's performance! Watch the video to learn how to train your puppy to do these tricks, and then try some yourself! Is your pup as smart as Bumble Bee? Do you think he will learn tricks on command too? When you first get a new Shih Tzu puppy, be sure to socialize him as much as possible. Shih Tzus are naturally sociable, but can become shy and skittish if they're not socialized early. Try taking him to the park with you on a leash as early as possible. You can use treats to reward your pup for going outside and walking close to you. If your pup does pull on the leash, stop. Training your Shih Tzu puppy can be very rewarding and challenging! Try working on one skill at a time and praising your pup often. This will not only help you train your puppy to do tricks, but it will also bond you with your pup! So, get ready to spend many hours together! After training your dog, make sure to praise him for all of his hard work! The end result will be a well-behaved puppy that you can be proud of! Jazzy's story was posted online in September 2014, and Johanna Gelcius found it on the internet. She already had a Doberman, which died in April 2015. Jazzy was found wandering the streets of her town, emaciated and covered with sores and scared. Jazzy blossomed at the shelter and found a forever home. The dog is now 110 percent spoiled and adores people. If you find bees on your dog, you should immediately take it inside to avoid further injury. Make sure your dog is not loitering around and isn't sniffing plants in the area. Make sure you remove all plants that attract bees as well. And of course, use bee repellants if you want to keep your dog safe from them. You'll be glad you did. When bees find your pet, they often sting. Bee stings can be fatal if your dog has an allergic reaction, so you'll need to know what to do for your pup. Your dog will likely react negatively to a dead bee, but it won't have as much of a reaction as a live bee. In either case, you'll need to observe your pup and see what he or she reacts to.

Chihuahua Caught in the Act!
  • 29.06.2022
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There's no shortage of news stories about Chihuahuas in the public eye, but how often are we seeing them caught in the act? From the big screen to the arms of famous people, Chihuahuas have been caught in the act. Read on to learn how you can protect your Chihuahua from unwanted attention and the public eye. A Chihuahua's natural instinct is to stay close to its owners. They will follow their owners around the house and even ride in their tote bags while you run errands. A Chihuahua makes a great pet but they can become demanding if they're overindulged. If you're considering adopting a Chihuahua, keep these tips in mind. A red-tailed hawk tried to swoop down and seize a Chihuahua named Lola. The dog, about 12 weeks old, is the only one living in the house with the owner, but a red-tailed hawk tried to catch her, as she and her owner, Garver, a dog, are friendly. However, if you see Lola, do not panic! She'll recover and she'll be ready to be adopted. This subreddit is dedicated to the Chihuahua. The subreddit is devoted to the little dog that has taken the world by storm. A Chihuahua gets into people's hearts. And despite their size, they have a big personality. If you're curious about Chihuahuas, take a look at these pictures. You may be surprised at what you find. The smallest dog in the world can suffer a spinal injury. These injuries occur almost entirely due to trauma. A sneeze could lead to spinal cord damage or an underlying problem, like Intervertebral Disc Disease. If you suspect your Chihuahua may have an injury, make an appointment with a veterinarian. You might even be surprised to learn that this small dog can experience spinal problems! While your Chihuahua has a short, soft coat, it is a brachycephalic breed that is sensitive to cold temperatures. The elongated soft palate and shortened mucus coat make them highly susceptible to a cold. The best way to avoid a Chihuahua cold is to keep your Chihuahua warm at night. A dog who suffers from patellar luxation is likely to develop lameness in his hind legs. Symptoms may include limping or avoiding use of the affected leg. The kneecaps often pop back into place on their own, but you should still seek veterinary attention. Chihuahuas with this condition usually recover on their own without any medical treatment, though more serious cases may require surgical intervention. The most important thing to do to protect your Chihuahua in the winter is to make sure it's wearing a collar and microchip. Chihuahuas can get lost in the winter, so make sure it's wearing a collar and chip to stay safe. There are also some gimmicky accessories on the market, but clothing is crucial in cold weather.

Teen Fights Hawk That Tried to Take Yorkie Pup.What a brave yorkie.
  • 28.06.2022
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Despite its small size, the Red-Tailed Hawk is more akin to a chihuahua than an eagle. While the size of the two different species might suggest that they are closely related, the difference is not enough to make them a close match. Hawks are gnarly and awesome birds. The teen who fought the hawk was only a teenager. The teen and her dog were in a panic after the hawk tried to steal the puppy, but luckily, Cecilia acted fast to save her little Yorkie. Cecilia grabbed an outdoor-chair cushion and swung it at the hawk, who promptly dropped the little Yorkie. The hawk then flew away, but not without leaving a huge hole in the dog's neck. Cecilia and LuLu were able to get LuLu to a vet. The video shows the moment when the teen fights the hawk that tried to steal her Yorkie puppy. It is amazing to watch as the dog manages to hold its head against the talons of a hawk and fights back! The teen, who has since become a YouTube sensation, has now become the face of the internet! This young teen fought the hawk that tried to steal her puppy in Las Vegas, Nevada. She grabbed the lawn chair cushion and hit the hawk three or four times, forcing the hawk to let go of her Yorkie. The teen says, "It took a while for me to get there, but we are so grateful that our dog is still alive! What a brave Yorkie!"

Emmy's cute chihuahua puppy came out for the first time!
  • 28.06.2022
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In Emmy's episode, her cute chihuahua pup came out for the first time! Here are a few tips on how to keep your new puppy safe. Chihuahuas are small, curious dogs that are prone to escape. While these little dogs are generally harmless, they can be aggressive with strangers if they feel threatened. You should make sure to socialize your puppy from a young age. Chihuahuas are sociable, so they get along well with cats and other pets. However, they are not meant to be kenneled. It is important to keep your puppy out of kennels until the puppy is at least four months old. It's also important to keep your puppy away from strangers and children until it's ready for a social outing. While Chihuahuas are the smallest dog breeds, they are renowned for their large personalities. Famous people have had them for centuries and are considered Mexico's national symbol. Because they live in warm climates, they are hypoallergenic. Whether your allergies are mild or severe, a Chihuahua puppy is a great choice for you! It's important to remember that you should be responsible for the interactions between your dog and other pets. Some breeds don't get along with other dogs well, so keep this in mind. Chihuahuas were first recognized as a breed by the AKC in 1904. You should follow the breed standards that are laid out by the parent club and accepted by national or international organizations. A Chihuahua should be socialized with children before adoption. Chihuahuas are hesitant around strangers and must be taught to be friendly. Children should not be under eight years of age, as this breed may not be suitable for them. They can also pose a danger to larger dogs and birds of prey. After a successful adoption process, Emmy's cute chihuhua puppy came out for the first-time!. The process of potty training a chihuahua puppy takes time. You should take the puppy out as often as possible, for example, as soon as it wakes up and after playing.

Yorkie hunts a deer. Yorkie: Everywhere the sun touches is MY kingdom
  • 28.06.2022
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A Yorkshire Terrier's hunting instincts are similar to those of the Beagle. Historically, the breed was bred for tracking purposes by old English hunters. Both breeds are highly loyal and will most likely stay by their masters if given the chance. They are both small dogs that can grow up to be five to seven pounds.

Bulldog mother adorably entertains her newborn puppy
  • 27.06.2022
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A bulldog mother adorably entertains her new puppy, and she is enjoying every minute of it! She shares an adorable video on her Facebook page of her son sleeping next to the pups, which is sure to delight the entire family. But before we jump to conclusions, let's take a closer look at how puppies develop. This article was originally published by the Sun, but it can be found here. A Bulldog mother adorably entertains her baby pup, Ruby. The young Bulldog wants her mother to play with her, and she is more than happy to oblige! Her baby is already learning how to act, and he may have to deal with different situations in the future. During these early weeks, stay near your puppy so that he can learn about the world around him. He needs his mother's protection, love, and support. The experiences he or she has at this stage of his life will define the dog's personality and behavior in the future. After the first year, your French Bulldog puppy should start filling out. It is essential to provide adequate exercise to your puppy, as they are prone to growth spurts and lags. Consult with your veterinarian if you notice any issues or if your puppy is not gaining weight properly. But remember, every pet is different, so it's best to consult a veterinarian before letting your dog out into the world. The average Bulldog will give birth to three or four puppies per litter. Make sure you monitor the new puppy at all times and feed it separately from his mother. Feed your puppy at least five cups of puppy food a day, and be sure to separate the mother from the newborn for the first few weeks. Keep in mind that the mother will lose weight, and a new puppy will lose a lot of weight during the first few months. Chowder is the lucky one! The English bulldog mother adopted him at eight weeks old, and he was two when they took him to the coast. During the trip, Chowder jumped on a skimboard before the boy had a chance to try it himself. Although the baby had no experience with skateboarding, the mother and puppy did it together, for about 30 minutes. The bulldog mother adorably entertains her newborn pup by licking and petting her baby. It's important to remember that your pup should not be bathed too soon. Because it has an inability to regulate its body temperature, it can get cold quickly. Besides, puppies with fluffy coats should be brushed before bathing. This will help to reduce the risk of overheating and dehydration.

Pretending To Faint In Front Of My Huskies.. Mom vs Dad!
  • 27.06.2022
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Bruno's owner wanted to test whether his dog would continue to display concern if he passed out in front of his husband. After attempting the trick several times, Bruno stopped reacting to the owner's passing out. Instead, he went to the bathroom and played with a toy frog. So, Mom and Dad were at a stand-off!

Chihuahua Puppy Barks At Bigger Dog
  • 27.06.2022
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If your Chihuahua puppy barks at a bigger dog, it may be because it is afraid. This is common, but can be corrected. In some cases, this barking is simply a reaction to excitement or fear. To avoid the issue, you should identify what is causing the barking and try to prevent it. Identify the reason why your puppy is barking and work on that instead of punishing the dog. One reason for this fear is that big dogs are naturally fearful of small animals. They are not prone to aggression, but they do find the aggressive behavior of a smaller animal frightening. A professional dog trainer, Marta Young, said that this behavior often results from the big dog not knowing the intentions of the small dog and may not wish to get involved. The reason for this behavior is not clear, but it is possible that a small dog has previously bitten a large dog and scared it. This behavior is also common in small dogs. Pit bulls are notorious for their viciousness, but the Chihuahua was more frightening than a pit bull. The small dog's body language is different than that of a Labrador, which is more forward-facing when it's displaying its fear. It also tends to lean backwards when being aggressive. The problem with this behavior is usually the owner's fault. If a big dog tries to intimidate the small dog, the owner is more likely to respond by intimidating the tiny dog with his bark. While this is common in many cases, it can be resolved through patience and training. The most common solution is to take a break from the behavior. Chihuahua Puppy Barks At Bigger Dog Another reason a Chihuahua Puppy may bark at a bigger dog is that he or she has been introduced to the larger dog by a friend. If your dog has been introduced to a larger dog, try to avoid the situation. When the other dog approaches, be sure to remove the bigger dog from the immediate vicinity. This will avoid the situation from escalating. Muzzles may be a solution to the problem, but muzzles are not an effective way to stop a Chihuahua from barking. They may prevent your dog from eating, drinking, and panting, which are crucial for their body temperature regulation. A muzzle may also be viewed as animal cruelty. So, while muzzles are often the easiest solution to a problem like this, they aren't the best choice. Another reason a Chihuahua Puppy barks at a bigger dog is because it is insecure and nervous. It is insecure and does not trust other dogs, so it feels threatened. A dog may prefer to sneak up on a stranger, or to sniff from behind. However, if the other dog sniffs back, this behavior can be problematic.

Snarling Rescue Chihuahua Becomes A Daddy's Boy | Ruff Life With Lee Asher
  • 26.06.2022
  • 4969

You've probably heard of the documentary "Snarling Rescue Chihuahoa Becomes a Daddy's Boy" by Lee Asher. This sweet story shows how a rescued Chihuahua can make a loving pet. But how does this work? Unlike other dog videos, the film shows you how to train your Chihuahua to become a loving and affectionate Daddy's Boy. Lee, a former shelter worker, came across the aggressive Chihuahua on the street. Lee reached out to Kai in his cage and he accepted. He grumbled, but eventually came around. He brought Kai home, where he had to meet the family's other dogs. Kai grew to love his new brother. In time, Lee and Kai began to bond. A Chihuahua's temperament is not compatible with small children. Despite their size, they are not prone to smothering. And their large ears make them uncomfortable in dog parks. They'll bark at kids who run around and grab them. Children under six don't make good pets and they'll growl and bite. However, this breed does not necessarily require a lot of attention. When your dog is a bit aggressive towards your husband, it may be a sign that your dog hasn't been properly socialized with men. Men are generally scarier than women. They're usually taller, have a deeper voice, and may even have facial hair. In addition, dogs may be unsocialized with all types of men, including people of different races and ethnicities. The Snarling Rescue Chihua Becomes a Daddy's Boy is a humorous yet heart-warming story about the transformation of a Chihuahua into a loving dog. This wholesome tale of rescue, love, and family will touch your heart. So, how can you foster a dog's emotional development?