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Helpful Information To Consider When Buying Shichon Teddy Bear Puppies

Buying any pet is a decision that requires informed consideration. If you are interested in buying Shichon teddy bear puppies, you should first get to know more about the breed and how to properly take care of these wonderful, loving, furry companions

The dogs were originally bred to be therapy dogs to assist children with disabilities. They are a hybrid breed of Bichon Frise and Shih Tzu dogs. They are small, curly haired, lovable, intelligent dogs. They are non-shedding and hypoallergenic and have a lifespan of roughly fifteen to eighteen years.

During the first few months, it is normal for the puppy to sleep a lot and not be overly active except for some short periods of play time. However, as the dog grows and develops, this breed becomes very playful and active, and will require a fair amount of attention to stay happy and stimulated. They are lively dogs, but also very trainable, and with the proper training they become very well mannered, sociable dogs who are eager to please their owners.

As with any new puppy, potty training many present a slight challenge. The process can take a couple if weeks, but the important thing to remember is to keep calm and consistent in training, and to remember that it is difficult for a dog to understand exactly what is expected of it, so patience and care are key. If you are not sure how to properly train your dog, look up some tips online or speak to a professional. You will need to make sure the pup has regular trips outside to avoid indoor accidents.

At about four months old, a healthy puppy will begin teething, and will need some extra care to make sure he or she doesn't chew everything in sight, including your new shoes or the corner of your bedroom door. Teething pups need high quality chew toys to keep them busy and help ease their gum discomfort. Raw hide toys and frozen bones from the butcher are great edible options that they will love, and that will keep them occupied for hours on end.

Exercise is very important for your puppy, particularly as it gets a little older. Although these dogs are happy to live in relatively small homes, they are very sociable and playful. Taking them for regular walks in the park will be a lot of fun and will help tire them out so that they don't get bored. It is worth buying a retractable leash, so that they can run next to you, but be kept close to stop them dashing into the street when excited.

When it comes to training your puppy, steer clear of punishment and rather opt for positive reinforcement of good behavior. This is much more effective, as rewarding your pet with treats and love when they do the right thing makes learning a fun activity that they enjoy. You could even take your dog to puppy classes to see how the professionals conduct training and this will add social skills at the same time.

These wonderful dogs make a great addition to any household. Whether you are a senior citizen wanting a new companion pet, or a young family, if you care for your pup, you will have a loyal, loving pet to add happiness to your day.

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