Shih Tzu Puppy Potty Training Method – Expert Breed Behavior Report Released

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The latest release was written by Riley Kay, a self-proclaimed dog lover and part-time blogger who intends to provide readers with insightful how-to articles, detailed product reviews, and inspiriting media content.

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My Best Bark’s new report offers expert guidance on the personality, behaviors, and training requirements of Shih Tzus. Visitors to the site can also find information about a range of other canine breeds, including German shepherds, chihuahuas, Shiba Inus, and more.

The Shih Tzu is a highly sociable and playful dog breed with East Asian roots dating back at least ten centuries. After World War II, they were brought to America by European-stationed soldiers, thus solidifying the small breed as a popular choice for glamorous celebrities and middle-class families alike.

Titled “Are Shih Tzu Good Pets?”, My Best Bark’s guide begins by describing the barking habits of most Shih Tzus. The report explains that, in general, the breed is known to bark quite often, especially when greeting visitors.

To combat frequent and unnecessary barking, owners are encouraged to train their dogs using clear and explicit commands. One tactic that the author recommends is the ‘Ignore Method’, in which one provokes their dog to begin barking, and subsequently turns their back until the behavior ceases.

The report also notes that Shih Tzus are a typically loving breed that enjoys cuddling with their human companions. The author warns, however, that the dog may become unhappy when love and attention are not adequately reciprocated.

In addition, the guide includes a proven approach for effectively potty training Shih Tzu puppies. Owners should begin by choosing a specific spot in their yard that they would like their dog to associate with going potty. After each nap or mealtime, the puppy should be taken to this designated area and rewarded with treats and praise if they perform the desired behavior.

Individuals who are interested in doing more research about the breed before making a decision can browse My Best Bark’s selection of other informative articles, including “Can Shih Tzus Swim?” and “Adopting An Adult Dog – Is It Right For You?”.

Interested parties can find additional information at

My Best Bark
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