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Registered users can download free stock photos of shih-poo and other dog breeds from the Stock Free Images website and SourcePics.com. Both sites require users to sign up for a free or paid account prior to downloading images, as of March 2015.


EHow provides several tutorials on grooming a shih-poo, and many feature step-by-step instructions with pictures. The book "Shih Poo Complete Owner's Manual" by Elliot Lang also provides information on shih-poo care, including grooming. If video is acceptable, YouTube is also a good resource.


Shih Tzus can grow up to 16 pounds and up to 11-inches tall. The Shih Tzu's body is just a little longer than it is tall, so they are sturdy dogs.


Each Shih Tzu dog will grow hair at different speeds; however, most dogs will regrow long hair within 6 to 8 weeks. For owners who prefer shorter hair and less maintenance, ongoing grooming appointments will need to be scheduled.


Popular names for shih tzus include Munchkin, Coco, Teddy, Yoshi and Biscuit, according to MiracleShihTzu.com. Shih tzu names are usually short and playful to emphasize the small stature and outgoing personality of the breed.


Taking care of a Shih Tzu dog entails feeding it adequately, keeping it clean and groomed, ensuring it has plenty of water to drink, providing shelter, training, exercise and taking it to the veterinarian whenever necessary. This dog breed is quite small and is generally good for those staying in ap


The life expectancy of a Shih Tzu is from 16 to 18 years. This is longer when compared to larger breed dogs with lifespans that average 12.8 years.


Shih Tzu puppies should eat three times daily, and an adult Shih Tzu should eat once per day, according to All Shih Tzu. A puppy needs to eat an ounce of food for every pound it weighs. Adult dogs need to eat half an ounce of food per pound of weight.


The appearance of a shih tzu mix can vary widely depending on what the puppy inherits from its non-shih tzu parent. Because the shih tzu is a toy breed, a shih tzu mix will probably be small to medium size.


The cost of shih tzu puppies is dependent on their health and quality, averaging between $400 to $700 but sometimes spiking to $1,000 or higher. The American Kennel Club also factors in the cost of raising a healthy puppy, such as regular grooming, vet visits, toys, food, supplies, ID and so on. The