Shih Tzu Puppies for Sale Leeds

Are you a high maintenance kind of person? Someone who likes to look their best, taking time and trouble over your appearance? Shih Tzu Puppies

Then you may have just found your canine counterpart.

For Shih Tzu puppies aren’t for the faint hearted.

Shih Tzu puppies’ elegant, silky plush coats reach the floor, are double-coated, and easily tangled, meaning maximum maintenance on the grooming front.

Of course, you could, like many owners, take the easier option and get your Shi Tzu puppy clipped on a regular basis.

Shih Tzu puppies are a hardy, small breed, growing on average to 10”-11” (25-28cm), and a weight of 10-18 pounds (4-8kg).

They come in numerous colours: gold, black, grey, silver, brindle and part-colour, and have a short muzzle topped by large, oval eyes.

Don’t worry about whether a Shih Tzu will adapt to your living arrangements: they will, being content in virtually any living environment.

A garden to play in would be preferable but as long as they can be walked a few times each day, then their energy levels will be satiated.

Shih Tzu puppies are prefect family pets, enjoy to be handled and possess a gentle, playful temperament.

Shih Tzu Puppies For Sale Leeds

Dogs4Us provide Shih Tzu puppies across Leeds. Dogs4Us Leeds prides itself on providing happy and healthy Shih Tzu puppies for sale, which are suited to prospective owners’ needs. All our Leeds Shih Tzu puppies are sold with a temporary vaccination, identifying micro chip and are already wormed. A vet visits our comfortable kennels daily to ensure the health and well being of all our Shih Tzu puppies, which is why we can offer a six month guarantee to all customers. We pride ourselves on providing happy, healthy pedigree puppies for sale.

If you want more information about our Leeds Shi Tzu puppies, find out whether they are the right ‘fit’ for you or your family, or check their availability and pricing, then contact our experts by email or phone.

Shih Tzu Puppies Background

The Shih Tzu originates from China and gained the nickname Chrysanthemum Dog in 1930s Britain.

The translation of Shih Tzu is Lion Dog, coming as a surprise given the breed’s stature but apparently they were said to bear a resemblance to depictions of Lions in oriental art.

There is no settled agreement on the origins of the breed.

But, as with many canines in China, they almost disappeared as a breed during the tumultuous Communist revolution.

Thankfully, seven females and males survived, allowing the breed to once again prosper as a lively, affectionate family pet, albeit one who requires some attention to maintain their luxuriant coats.