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  1. 5 points
    Cato: Hello Aunties! When we were on holiday we saw some tourist pirates from Whitby pier. I didn't like being up so high, so Mum left me with Dad in the safe middle of the pier while she went and took dangerous pirate pics. Dad said they weren't actually that dangerous if they couldn't even get the sails up, and had to use an engine. Haha! Mum forgot to take pics of Whitby, on account of me and Tara and GrandMam and lots of crowds, and it being market day. I was very glad to sit in the cafe, nice and safe under the table. Of course Tara wanted to be on Dad's lap. The next day we went to Heartbeat. And Harry Potter's train station. Mum says I am not explaining it very well. She says that the village is where they made the TV program Heartbeat, and the village station was Hogsmead in Harry Potter. Or something. We went there because GrandMam watches the TV program before bed. Mum says that Aunties who watch Heartbeat will know all about it, and I think that Aunties who don't watch Heartbeat can think about exciting sheep poo, instead. This is the village shops. This is a proper village house, not a tv house This is the garage. This is the pub. We went in and had hamandeggsandchips in the pub, and Grandmam went in and used the toilets and Mum said that famous bottoms must have used the toilets before Grandmam did. I widdled on the corner of the grarage. Does that count? Did you see Dad and me and Grandmam and Tara in the pics? There were sheep wandering about! All over the place. And lots of sheep poo. I wanted Mum to take interesting pics of interesting sheep poo, but she said that this blog is for Aunties, and Aunties are less interested in sheep poo than I am. I never understand that. Wot could possibly be more interesting than sheep poo?
  2. 4 points
    Thank you again. Believe it or not, we decided to try a crate (which is much bigger) during the day. Put blanket over it and put it next to our work/school from home. He cried for 2 mins first time and then took the longest nap so far. Few other times we put him there - not a peep. Going to take the crate into our bedroom and see what happens
  3. 4 points
    Going to pick up this dirty sweetie tomorrow from a shelter and drive her to the vet. I don't get to foster......sigh, because she has 2 adopters lined up. But at least I get to spend a couple of hours with her. And a short while later she will be bathed and groomed and look as pretty as all our pups.
  4. 4 points
    Sometimes they can be registered pure blood Shih Tzu and if they came from pet breeders (vs show quality breeders), owners may suspect they are not pure Shih Tzu. Once they grow into their own little cute, sweet personalities, you never give it another thought. My first, back in 1987, was bought because my daughter was begging for one. So we went looking and bought the first cute little puppy we found. Later I found out he didn’t look much like a Shih Tzu should but he grew to be the cutest little dog and such a good one. In your case, you adopted from a rescue, such a great opportunity for Lucy!
  5. 4 points
    It’s been one whole week since I’ve been at my forever home. Lacey Lou has laid down her ground rules and put me in my place a few times. Mummy was getting a bit worried she was being too rough with me but Lacey knew what she was doing because now I respect her space and leave her alone whilst she is sleeping. Shhhhh don’t tell her , but she can be a bit grumpy at times. Esme Grace has been lovely. She likes to play with me and I like to play lots with her. I run around after her and hang off her tail. She has to run away and jump on the sofa to stop me. No wonder Lacey laid down her ground rules because I know I can’t do that with her. We have all played together, but Lacey likes to play when she wants to, and I like to play all the time. Mummy is trying to get me to sleep in my puppy pen in the day, ready for when she goes back to work. Hmmmmm I’m not so happy about that, I can tell you. I cry like a big baby when I wake up and I realise she had put me in there. But Mums getting a bit clever for me. Because she’s let me sleep in it with the door open and I don’t mind that. I think she’s playing tricks on me. Aunties, i will let you know how sleeping in the puppy pen goes! Mummy did buy me a new bed , but it’s a little bit big and I’m not sure about it, so I’ve borrowed Esmes small bed. It has pink on it and I feel all snuggly in it because it feels like someone is holding me when I’m asleep in it. Oh and I like the big washy things that mum puts the dirty clothes in and they come out all wet and smelling clean. I like to stand and watch it going round and round.
  6. 4 points
    Bogey Girl is coming to stay for a week while her regular foster Mama takes a trip. She is 9 and said to be a very good girl. Her owner passed from brain cancer :-( Look for me in the cloud of white fur......Sophie, Shorty and Bogey are all white........................
  7. 4 points
    She's a nice dog - will make a wonderful companion for someone who is ready for a quieter life. She loves her leash walks, loves the "spa food" we serve around here and only wants to be where I am. At 9 yrs old for a Chihuahua she has many more years to accompany an owner on daily rounds. Apparently (Ya think so?!?) she's not crate trained but I've been feeding her in a large crate where she eats and settles down. I leave her in there for 30 minute periods after eating as I go about my day (she can see me). Before bringing her home I set up a comfy Taj Mahal crate in the guest room for sleeping. She said "yeah - I'm not a Taj Mahal kinda girl - I'd rather sleep with the servants. So I settled with her in the guest room where she wanted to burrow under the covers and lay smack up against me. I would say that's where she slept with her Mama. Problem was....yesterday it was 100+* here and by bedtime....I was not ready for a warm, under the cover snuggle. But we worked it out and she slept quietly through the night. She is going to be a great dog for someone like she lived with before.
  8. 4 points
    Neener neener neener.....*I* got to go play while you guys went to your la-dee-dah salon place. Have to show you this picture. Lulu was our small reverse brindle Boxer girl - she was blind but didn't care. She would take on any challenge. She weighed about 35 lbs and had a "puggy face" and our big male, Mack was about 80 lbs. One day Mack told me "Mom! There's a 200 lb gorilla in the living room and no one notices!!!"
  9. 4 points
    So glad to see you back, Jo! I've missed your blog, and the adventures of Cato and Tara. And Jasmine . . . I can smell puppy breath from here! @PipsMom -- Thrilled to hear such a good update from you, Crystal!
  10. 4 points
    @Summerangel Jasmine is a little sweetie. So gentle and sweet natured. Such a contrast to the thug that was a young Tara! haha! I confess that a large motive for getting pup3 was to save Cato's back from Tara's endless bouncing. This has worked fabulously (so far). As soon as T and J start their rumble, Cato picks up a chew and clambers up to somewhere safe (my lap) and settles down for a comfy chewy snooze. And a brush if one is available. Meanwhile chaos and mayhem reign through 3 rooms, with Tara and Jasmine going at it hammer and tongs. Delightful to watch. What is even funnier, is that Jasmine is faster, more agile and more dancerish than Tara. Bit of a shock to the system for Tara. She can't use her weight advantage, and bulldozer capacity, if Jasmine is dancing around just out of reach. Hilarious!
  11. 4 points
    how are you Crystal? And Pip? And Abby? And Mr PipsMom? I’m right as rain....thanks goodness for exercise I got this new program....FitMe. ..USA bought....It gives me much needed exercise hand, arm, core, legs. Thank God....it wears me out so I got to Along side of app for my speech....which I got to admit has helped me tremendously from a private speech therapist...... I started talking slowly at first now i’m Racing through it.....at first I was on every 4 weeks......just been given 6 weeks till she comes back! Yeppeeeee Pip and Abby are fine.......Mr. Pipsmom doing ok
  12. 3 points
    Hi all, new member here with basic questions. Our family finally got our dream come true - beautiful baby boy Shih Tzu pup. Just turned 2 months yesterday. Got him 4 days ago and so far everything is going great. He's a super smart boy. As many new owners my big concern is sleep at night. Please, don't crucify me if I do something wrong as we are all learning. I have a nice setup confirmed by few people. Good playpen area with his crate/carrier that's always open. Got my daughter's t-shit (he attached to her from day one), wee wee pad and water for the night and his favorite toys (already got favorite). He's been crying at night like all new pups but I want to minimize this of course. I read that people say you should put him to bed around 8-8:30 which we did at first. However, today I read that you should put him at the time most people go to bed which is around 10 in our house. So general question - what do people recommend about the time of putting him to bed if I follow the schedule of 7am first feed.... Thank you in advance
  13. 3 points
    Put him to bed when the rest of his pack goes to bed goes to bed. Hints on a crying puppy. Of course he's crying.........where's my Mama and siblings? I have fostered a lot of puppies. I put the crate next to my side of the bed, cover it to make a dark quiet cave where movements and sounds in the room won't immediately wake them and get their attention. If/when they cry I touch the crate rhythmically and softly chant something. But keep in mind, he might need to go out and potty......he's a beebee Your turn.....we MUST have pictures or we get surly And last but not least.......he can snuggle with family.......like my dogs do
  14. 3 points
    Hi Lisa, I've just read this thread with interest. It looks to me as if you have a few problems - which the nilif program should help with tremendously. He needs to learn that you are in charge and control everything. He only gets the things he wants if he pleases YOU. In the post I have quoted above, I will tell you what I would do in that circumstance (dog thinking it 'owns' my glass end table, and thinking that he can sit on it whenever he likes). Firstly, I would put a leash on him, so that I can control him without getting close enough to get bitten. Then I would wait for the next time he climbs on the table (just the first time. From now on he never gets on that table without your permission). Then I would take the leash in my hand, and firmly say ''Off!' and pull him down off the table (taking care not to hurt him, and to allow him to get down safely). This creates a memory in his head of HAVING to follow your orders. Then every time I saw him thinking about getting onto the table, I would say 'No!' loudly and firmly. I would also put out an arm to block his access to the table. If I entered the room and found him on the table (or he sneaks onto it when I wasn't noticing) I would take the leash in my hand, say 'Jasper OFF!' and pull him down onto the floor, safely and gently. This would keep your hands out of bite range, teach him that he must obey your commands, and teach him that his body must follow your spoken instructions. It may take a while, but eventually he will associate your voice and the words 'NO!' and 'OFF!' with you owning the table. You can do the same thing with the bed, the sofa, chairs and any other piece of furniture. They are yours, not his. You own them, even when you are not sitting on them, and he will eventually learn this. You will need to be consistent, and you will have to practice speaking to him in a firm commanding voice. There is no need to tell him off. You just firmly but gently pull him off the furniture so that he has to do what you say. He has no choice in this. YOU are in charge. Does he have a nice comfy bed nearby that he can go to instead of the furniture? Somewhere that he is allowed to sleep in (even if you OWN that too, and allow him to use it?). Something with a toy, and a chew? Somewhere that is actually nicer than a nasty old glass table, that he only ever wanted to lie on because it made him feel like he was the boss of you? ;)
  15. 3 points
    Has he been neutered? I have a male Shih Tzu, who is five now, he weighed 1.5 lbs when I brought him home at 8 weeks old. But this tiny little puppy did not want me doing any type of grooming to him, went nuts when I tried, flinging himself around me, biting me. Many times leaving my hands bloody. He was on a grooming table that I didn’t want him to fall off of so it was hard to really get a hold of him with him flinging and biting, but when he snarled and bit I held him by the scruff of the neck like his mama would have done and firmly told him no. Held him like that each time until he settled to listen. That didn’t completely eliminate the aggressive behavior but certainly was getting thru to him. Then I had him neutered at 4.5 months old. That stopped all aggressiveness in him and it has never returned. He’s a very sweet and loving dog today
  16. 3 points
    How old was he when you brought him home. "Around a month"? He should have been with his litter until at least 8 weeks to learn proper socialization. He may view you as part of his "litter" and think he can be aggressive with you if he never learned by being corrected by the other puppies and his Mama.
  17. 3 points
    Tara: My Dad loves me, and I love my Dad. When we were on holiday, he understood that I needed someone to Bounce on, and that Jasmine wasn't around to be Bounced on. So he got me a pretend Jasmine I could use instead. We named her Puggy. She is the wrong colour, and she is wearing a red jumper, which Jasmine doesn't do. But she was easy to kill, and didn't run off like Jasmine does. I wanted to Bounce on Cato. He liked scritching and scratching his back on the carpet, and he looks like he needed a good Bounce, doesn't he? But Mum said 'No Tara. let him wriggle his back if he likes, and you can bounce Puggy'. So I just watched Cato doing his silly squirmy thing. And then I beat up Puggy again.
  18. 3 points
    Bless you for the great work that you do. I would love to do this kind of work one day when I am retired.
  19. 3 points
    The Mom passed last night. I didn't realize she was so close to the end. She was only 44 . I expected to pick him up on Saturday....but have offered to get him immediately. He can hang out with us until the week-end transport. I imagine the household is in turmoil. At least this was in place so quickly and it's one less thing for the family to take care of.
  20. 3 points
    Good to see your trails again and hear the stories. Can't wait for Spring and the flower pictures
  21. 3 points
    Oh so sad - I barely got to see her. When I arrived at the shelter they asked if I had a crate and wanted to bring it in to place her in it. I told them, "yes" but why do I need to bring it in" (that was a new request to me). They said she was very fearful and aggressive to anyone coming close enough to touch her . Anyway I did it, brought in the large crate. They brought her out completely wrapped in a warm throw, in the crate - which we put back in my car. So sad - like handling a wild animal - huge eyes and shaking yet very still. She was completely quiet on the 90 minute transport and no problem being removed by the techs, wrapped in the same warm throw. And.....so.....I left her there. Hateing not to be able to see her where she will be groomed and vetted. I have asked for an update and pictures. She has 2 adopters waiting - hoping they are able to deal with her fearful aggressiveness. She is described as an un-spayed female 2 yrs old. (She had nice white sparkly teeth). A stray no one came to pick up. Sooo - we shall see what we shall see. She seems to be very small.
  22. 3 points
    Haha! Yes. Cato and Tara are quite civilised. Jasmine is still all over the place. It will come with time. We are halfway there though. There is a retired man who walks down our street twice a day with 1 Lab, 1 Jack Russell, 2 Poodles and a Westie. They all trot along in perfect harmony. I am in awe of him and the dogs, but it is certainly something to aim for!
  23. 3 points
    I don't know how old yet or why she's in the shelter. Maybe I can find out more when I pick her up. Some of you may remember the "raid" I was involved in rescuing 30+ Shih Tzus from a hoarder. This is the same shelter and all those puppies were black and white. https://chattertzu.com/forums/index.php?/topic/22323-skulking-around-to-try-and-rescue-shih-tzus-from-a-hoarder/
  24. 3 points
    Aww glad he will be going to someone who will spoil him hopefully - how old is he?
  25. 3 points
    Me neither - but definitely mixed with "cute".
  26. 3 points
    ...that we have another elegant little lady joining the pack. Tara was always a tomboy. The sort to wear pink fairy wings while beating Cato over the head with a Tonka toy tractor. Jasmine is more of a 'who cares whether I am a boy or a girl, lets play, eat, sleep and fart, and then do it all over again'. And again. So long as Cato gets my lap, they don't steal his chews, and they leave him to sleep in peace, he doesn't care what the girls get up to.
  27. 3 points
    This is me having the wriggliest most elasticcy stretch. it woz LOVELY Mum says my tummy is utterly irresistible. So I wanted you to be irresisted too.
  28. 3 points
    Awwwww Marlene she’s beautiful. I love what you do. Enjoy having her around
  29. 3 points
    Haha Well never mind. My two are not really lady like either ! Lol
  30. 3 points
    No not yet, I have 10 more days. Im trying to put him in his pen and then nip upstairs for a while , to build it up gradually.
  31. 3 points
    Hallo! Breakfast time! Empty plate! Squeaky pink piggy toy! On lap! Walk not b**h! Fun! Sniffy woods! which way? Squishy mud! Nora and Olive! Ball! Stick! Yummy burger!
  32. 3 points
    Hello Aunties! Mum waited til last night to tell me about our Spa Day, cos she knew I wouldn't be happy. She waited til I was all snuggly before my Brush, so It wasn’t too much of a shock. Here I am, all relaxified. Jasmine was washing my face earlier. She does a lot of that. I don’t mind a bit of face washing, but sometimes I have to tell her off, cos she does it too much. She is very very very licky. and this is another pic from last night when Mum stopped rubbing my chest. When she starts to slack I put up my paw and wave it at her. That is usually enough to get her rubbing again. Sometimes i have to wave both paws. That is when she isn’t paying proper attention. I have to keep reminding her. She pretends that her hand will wear out and drop off, but I know better. Her chest rubs are lovely. and this is me lying on my back, in bed. Tara and I sleep in the Big Bed with Mum and Dad, but a little while ago Mum bought these donut bed things. Mum likes them because we can use them as pillows, but I heard Dad say that he likes them because we take up less space and don’t push him out of bed. I think I shall stop using the donut in the winter though. It is much nicer snuggling up against Dad when it is cold. And sometimes I can wriggle right under the duvet. That is the best! Oh, and here I am after Lovely Mrs Groomer did her horrid buzzy thing all over me. I think I am more handsome with longer face fur, but Mum says I am always the most handsomest paw in the whole wide world, no matter how long my moustache and beard are.
  33. 3 points
    Cato, I love your relaxified look. It makes me feel calmer just looking at your picture.
  34. 3 points
    Tara, your tail is gorgeous. And you're way cuter than Sinead O'Connor!
  35. 3 points
    That is a FABULOUS pic @Marlene bless Jasmine, she was missing C & T all morning, and overjoyed to meet up with them again. Its just not the same without your pals...
  36. 3 points
    Feels good...don'tcha think? Short and clean and no tangles for Mom to work on? You are so sweet.....will always be your Mama's baby :-)
  37. 3 points
    Mum: Such a long time since Cato, Tara and I have blogged. I've been busy, and last year kind of went in a blur. I had a rather unfortunate stomach upset that left me under the weather for months, and then... things drifted. Then I heard about the shootings at the Garlic Festival, and immediately logged on here to see how Marlene was, and suddenly I am missing you all, and your news, terribly! We have some news at this end too. A new pup. Jasmine. This is the photo we were sent, before we met her (she is a Pug cross) And I have been aware that without the blog, I am not getting as much delight out of Jasmine's youthful puppiness as I did with Tara. Fewer photos. Fewer recorded moments. So this is the first of more blog entries, I hope. Funny how fresh and new the world looks out of a pup's eyes. Jasmine flower buds
  38. 3 points
    Congratulations on your new Baby, Jo! Looking forward to all the new adventures with your trio! Jasmine will most surely keep Tara busy! Tummy issues are something I can relate to. Glad you're on the mend!
  39. 3 points
    Oh my goodness. I’ve missed all your updates. Hi Cato, Tara and hello Jasmine. Exciting times , can’t wait to read your blogs again. I remember when we brought Esme Grace home and Lacey stayed on the sofa for a week. You guys are so lucky to have a younger sister. Please do share lots of photos again and keep blogging. Jo, really lovely to hear from you
  40. 3 points
    First is he neutered? Are all your other dogs neutered or has anyone else started marking? Is he actually urinating or is it marking to claim.. This is mine...in a house full of dogs it's a common thing! Is it possible there's a female in heat nearby? Lots of possibilities. Belly bands will most definitely help solve the marking but still finding out why would be better.
  41. 2 points
    Hi and thank you very much. I think tonight we are going to try just that. I have one more question for you. When I brought him home I got a carrier which is more than twice the size he is and that is what I left in a playpen for him to sleep in. The crate is much bigger and open. If I take him to our room, should I use the small carrier where he doesn't have much room or do the bigger crate and cover it up as you suggested. And here's the picture of our Freddie.
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  43. 2 points
    Looks like you guys had a beautiful day for a walk. Lots of sunshine and grassy stuff. I think you’ve summed up what a puppy does nicely, they have to learn don’t they. Laceys good at telling Reuben off but Esme is good at playing with him. Jasmine sounds like she’s learning though. Funny how different they all are.
  44. 2 points
    Tara: it was a fab walk Aunties! Except for when Jasmine cheated and won some of the fights. oh, and she kept rushing up to strangers and sniffing their bottoms! It was a bit rude! I mean, everyone likes a good bottom sniff, don’t they? But Jasmine still thinks she can be a blunder-puppy. And she can’t. Mum keeps telling her she is 6 mumffs old now. And nearly grown up. And she can’t blunder any more and get away with it. They get cross. Paws have started to growl at her when she blunders cos it’s rude, isn’t it? Mum says she will learn. But it is taking a long time!
  45. 2 points
    It's hard to tell from those pictures. Sometimes things become more evident from looks/size as they get older, and you can also start taking personality/energy traits into consideration when making a guess (sometimes those last two tell you a lot more about a dog's possible heritage than looks do). I think you posted in the other thread that she was a rescue from a puppy mill? If so it may be that she's a pure Shih Tzu, just from not-so-well bred parents. In any event, what matters is that she's yours and she's precious! (Also, in the weird factoid of the day--it's very possible for puppies from the same litter to have different fathers.)
  46. 2 points
    Oh Lovey Sweet Baby Boy....love to see updates on "how goes life in the new life of our new baby boy Reuben Bruce". Have you gone back to work yet Julia?
  47. 2 points
    Why won't anyone play with me? https://youtu.be/8ApPqbWW6ls The Paper Bag Killing Game https://youtu.be/mZQKaPyxcJo Sausage Tug'o'War https://youtu.be/HR5j-kYNEtQ And the man himself, demonstrating the importance of having lots of corners on cushions https://youtu.be/LTrSdfEvIIE
  48. 2 points
    This is her den in the corner of the front room. We feed her in it. The orange cushion is Cato's current humpy cushion. It has 5 corners! He likes the corners very much. And orange has always been his favourite colour in toys. So presumably that goes for sex toys too. ;) This was at her littlest. This is what Tara thought of the whole Puppy Nightmare And this is what Cato thought about it: But eventually things improved. Cato was much more willing to be welcoming, and eventually Tara's resistance wore down, although she still has an excellent curled lip expression when things get too boisterous and she is trying to sleep. She started off at 1.6kg (that is around 3 pounds) and is now 5.1kg (that is around 9 pounds and is heavier than Cato). The growth predictor websites expect her to top out eventually at around 6.6kg, which will be about a pound heavier than Tara. And she can now walk over Cato, because her stilt like legs are as long as the top of his shoulders. hahaha!
  49. 2 points
    Could you share which foods affect your joints? I have a similar problem and don't really think it's arthritis but something causes a flare-up. Sometimes I can barely turn over in bed because everything from shoulders, back, hip and feet hurt. Other times I'm pain free. Glad you're feeling better. Sophie and Shorty G understand about the Dad walks thing.....it's a "forced march" and I don't like to walk with him. Take time to smell the roses, look at the wildflowers and see what the pups are interested in.
  50. 2 points
    Cato: Hello Aunties! We have missed you! We have been off having adventures and stuff, and not writing about them. But Mum says that now we can do blogging again. I am glad about that. It has been a bit boring without you. I sleep a lot when I am bored. I am on Mum's lap. It is the only place I can sleep safely nowadays? Everywhere else, Jasmine might get me. And - most importantly, my tail is still gorgeous. Then next importantly, the weather has been veryveryvery hot, and we haven't been walking very much. Which is sad. And then least importantly, Jasmine has come to live with us. Jasmine started very small, and was very fast and wriggly and boingy. Then she grew a bit. And a bit more. And now she is bigger than Tara! Not as heffalumpy as Tara (yet). But bigger. Mum says she will tell you all about it. This is just after scrambled eggs in our favourite cafe Tara: Hello Aunties! Welcome back to my blog! I know you want to hear all about wot I have been doing, but I have forgotten lots of it. Mum says she might be able to find some pics if you want. But now is sooooo much more fun, isn't it Aunties? Except for the Jasmine stuff. Puppies are awful, aren't they? Except for me. I was never awful like Jasmine is. Mum is going to tell you all about how stressful and boingy and wriggly she is. And how she always wants to play. And how she can run faster than me! That isn't right, is it? No paw can run faster than me! S'not fair! I had to live on the back of the chair! For ages and ages and ages before it woz safe for me to come down.(Mum: you lasted a week up there, Tara. Dad and I were very impressed) Puppies are terrible! Mum: Right. Jasmine. It was all a bit of a fortuitous accident really. There we were, very happy in our quiet life with gentlemanly Cato and nearly-grown-up Tara. Nice and steady. Cato 6 years old, Tara coming up for 5 years old, when we decided to try a new cafe. The waitress was admiring Cato and Tara (as they often do), when she happened to say 'My sister's dog has just had puppies. Would you like one?' and one thing led to another... Sorry about the quality of some of these pics, but they are phone shots. These are Jasmine's parents Dad is the pug, and mum is half pug and half Chinese Crested. It was a litter of 7, all colours, all looking very Puggish. This was Day 2 and her first encounter with a dried lamb's tail. She thought she had died and gone to heaven. The blue cloth was her security blanket that smelled of her mum and her littermates. She slept with it for the first few nights (until she pooed on it and it had to be washed)
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