Shih Tzus are known for their gentle nature, which means that they often require less attention than other breeds. However, because of their size, they can develop glaucoma at a younger age than other dogs, and it is important we keep a keen eye on the vision health of your Shih Tzu
Utility Dog Breeds
Utility, or Non-Sporting, dogs were bred for a range of jobs not included in the sporting and working groups. They are made up of a diverse group of breeds with varying sizes, coats, personalities, and appearances.
From the sturdy Chow Chow, to the compact French Bulldog and the foxlike Keeshond, the differences in features can be vast so it is hard to generalize about this group of dogs.
Most are good watchdogs and house dogs, but generalizations beyond this are very hard to make
More Information on Utility Dog Breeds
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