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Dear Friend,

My name is Katie Davis and I'm a proud Shih Tzu mommy.

You know, picking out a puppy is one of the most important – and stressful – things you’ll ever do. If you’re anything like me, you start out with a breed you like to look at. Maybe your childhood pet was a particular breed; perhaps you’ve seen a breed that caught your eye while watching the Westminster Kennel Club show on TV.

Whatever the reason, you just like a certain dog.

For me - and thousands of others - it's the Shih Tzu. Are you like me, too? Then we already have lots in common!

But bringing home your first puppy can be nerve-wracking because …

Your Shih Tzu Doesn't Come with an Owner's Manual … But You’ll Need One!

So many of my clients say they wish they’d had some kind of manual that they could refer to before, during and after getting their dog but there was nothing out there. That’s why I created The Ultimate Guide to the Shih Tzu just for you so you can benefit from my years of experience with this breed and be miles ahead of other new dog owners.

And this guide isn’t just for new puppy owners. It’s ideal if:

  1. You’re considering getting a Shih Tzu, you’ll have tons of information to help in your decision making process
  2. You have a new Shih Tzu and want to get off to a good, solid  start, and
  3. You’re already a Shih Tzu owner and may be having some repairable problems

You’ll discover things like …

Do the above points sound like I’m trying to talk you out of a Shih Tzu? Not at all! Like any breed, there are some things you’ll deal with when raising or training a Shih Tzu and you’ll succeed far better and faster than others when you have all the right information to refer to.

You Can Have a Well-Trained,
Well-Behaved Dog

I used to admire the “perfectness” of my friends’ dogs. They walked well on lead (also called “loose leash”), didn’t jump up and bark, and curled up on the floor right near their favorite human’s feet.

What I didn’t know was that it took some time to have a puppy or dog fit into a family schedule and environment. Luckily, you have The Ultimate Guide to the Shih Tzu to help you train and care for your perfect dog!

And it won’t take nearly as long because you have the answers you need without waiting for the vet or a trainer to return your anxious phone calls!

Imagine …

The Shih Tzu Bible at Your Fingertips

Instead of false starts and misdirection, you can have the Shih Tzu bible at your fingertips. Here are just a few of the tips, tricks and techniques you’ll learn in The Ultimate Guide to the Shih Tzu:

Shih Tzu Housetraining Tip

Offer water only at meals and after exercise when training. After your new friend has finished having some water, pick up the bowl and put it on the counter. This way you’ll have better control over when she’ll need to go out. And always take her out right after meals. When training is done and you have a really reliable Shih Tzu, it’s fine to leave the water dish down all the time.

Are you ready to get started?

CRATE TRAINING TIP

When crate training your puppy, the general rule is that you can leave her in the crate one hour per month of age. So if your puppy is 3 months old, she should be taken out every 3 hours. By the time she’s 6 or 7 months, she can hold it for much longer. Just don’t stress her kidneys or bladder by leaving her in the crate too long.

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And since this is a digital ebook that you can download from the Internet even at 2 AM, you’ll save on shipping and handling. That’s like putting $11.95 right back into your pocket!

The Ultimate Guide to the Shih Tzu is jam-packed with so much useful information that it would take you months to find – and probably hundreds of dollars if you hired an expert to help you – but you have it all here for just $16.95

Save $$ on Vet Bills, Training, and Grooming Just By Having Everything You Need to Know at Your Fingertips

Let’s face it: trips to the vet these days are skyrocketing, grooming can be pricey and training alone can cost hundreds. Let The Ultimate Guide to the Shih Tzu give you a head start on a happy, healthy life for you and your new Shih Tzu.

Click the button below to order and have a great experience with your new friend!

And, please, let me know how things are going and feel free to get in touch should you have any questions!

Yours in Shih Tzu happiness,

The Ultimate Guide to the Shih Tzu