The Shih Tzu whose Chinese name means “dog-lion”, it is believed, in general that originated in the west of China. He/she resembles the Lhasa Apso except for their shorter face, and it could be the result of crossing the Lhasa Apso with the Pekinese. Certainly it was a practice of the Dalai he/she Licks of the Tibet to give copies, worthy of prize, of Lhasa Apso to the foreign dignitaries that were of visit, including those of China. A first standard written by the Canine Society of Beijing, considered the most florid that has been written never, says: “He/she should have lion head, bear torso, camel hooves, feather duster in the line, ears of palm leaf, teeth of rice, language of pearl petal and movement of fish of colors.” The race file taken England for the first time in 1930, but he/she was not granted a registration by the Canine Society up to 1946. The Shih Tzu file recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1969, and it is at the moment popular as company animal and I eat exhibition dog in both sides of the Atlantic. Character and taken care
This small, cheerful and strong dog adores the children and the other animals and he is a good capable guardian as much for the city as for the field. It requires a good toilet newspaper using a sow brush, and it usually ties him the hair of up of the head with a knot.