Shih Tzu puppy will put anything in their mouth that they can get a hold of. Be
sure and clear any area that it will have access to of any potential hazards
your Shih Tzu puppy might get into such as cords, plants, coins, roach or rat
poisons or traps etc. Please, cover all bases. You do not want a Shih Tzu puppy
to swallow a penny or dime or the like, this can mean death. Don't use hard
hair bows in your Shih Tzu puppy’s hair. Shih Tzu puppies will pull them out
and are subject to swallow them. If you provide any type of rawhide, be sure it
is large and supervise your pet with it. These
can present a choke or blockage hazard.
not allow your Shih Tzu puppy/dog access to floors/grounds/yards/parks, that
there is even the possibility of having been treated with poisons, chemicals,
fertilizers, ant killers etc... Toxicants and small puppies or even dogs do not
mix. Products that are put on carpet (such as deodorizers) or the carpet itself
can cause some Shih Tzu puppies/dogs to react so be aware of that and prepared
to act accordingly. NO dog parks.
That is like bringing your dog into the most ill of dog societies.
Whatever is there can be picked up and brought home. There are
alternative outdoor places to enjoy. Select
yours cautiously. Be sure any grounds your Shih Tzu has access to is free of any
mushrooms, this is of utmost importance! Digesting poisoned mushrooms will