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|As you've probably guessed we've named our little [shihtzu puppy] Hollie and she's settling into her new home
very well. In fact, she came in and just took over. There's all kinds of new things and smells here and [our shihtzu
puppy] discovers something new every few minutes. She found her new toys and bed right off and plays with her
little hippo and rattle almost constantly. She's pretty much got the run of the house and we're not caging her. I
started her potty training almost as soon as we got home and she's doing well with that. She's not pottied on the
floor once but then she's watched real close. As soon as I see her looking for a spot she is picked up and taken
out. It's too cold to take her outside so, for now, her potty spot is a "piddle pad" right by the back door of the
garage. This is the door we use to take Roc-E and Fancie Girl out when they need to go. When the weather
warms up and there's no snow on the grass we'll just open the door for her and move her potty spot outside into
the yard. It won't be long until [our shih-tzu puppy] picks up on this and, eventually, Hollie will tell us she has to go
out. Plus, there's 2 other dogs that'll give her the idea that you go out in the grass. (She'll learn, like the other
dogs have, that this is the door we use to go outside.) For now it's no big deal if she misses the pad in the garage
because I can just take the hose and wash it down to remove the scent.
My 2 other dogs aren't taking to Hollie very well. Fancie Girl is just in a "snit" and wants nothing to do with the little
furball intruder. She was the "baby' and now Mamma and Pappa are giving her attention to this intruder. Her
nose is definitely bent out of joint! She won't even look at this [shihtzu] puppy and spends most of her time in my
reclining chair out in the family room. I guess she figures "That puppy can't get me there and I don't have to fool
with her!") Roc-E is old (13) and he just wants to be left alone so he's spending a lot of time back here in the
computer room but Hollie ventures back here and finds him. He just gets up and moves to another room to
another bed. (We have doggy beds all over the house.) Hollie didn't take very long to find it & likes hers a lot.
I've got a sheepskin lined one for her and she naps there with her toys. She'll get tired and she curls up for a nap
in her nice new bed and off she goes to dreamland.
Last night was kind of rough come bed time. Hollie was put in her crate and we shut the lights off. All was well for
about 15 minutes and then the crying and howling started. [Our shihtzu puppy] was just so pathetic that we just
had to "cave in" (OK. I admit we're real softies.) Marcia went and got her and brought her to bed with us and all
was well. Hollie just snuggled up between our pillows and went right to sleep. She stayed there the whole night
until Marcia had to get up a 6:30 am.
I have to tell you, Jeff, that Marcia couldn't be happier with this [shihtzu] puppy. Me, too! She's just exactly what
we were looking for and she's a laugh a minute. She's just so cute, she's playful, ornery, and has such a sweet
little personality. Just now she found another [shihtzu] puppy. I have mirrored doors on the closet and she
discovered another [shihtzu] puppy. She's trying to get the puppy but can't and is sitting there barking at that
other [shihtzu] puppy. She's going to be a good fit for this family. Maybe I should say this family is going to be a
very good fit for HER! Not even a day in this house and already she's got us "wrapped around her little paw". Oh
well, I've always believed that if you were going to have a pet they were a member of the family and deserved to
always be treated with love and kindness. What you put into a [shihtzu puppy] you get back many hundreds of
Again, Jeff, we were really serious about your coming to see this [shihtzu] puppy any time you're up this way.
You'll always be more than welcome to come see her and we'd love to have you. I'll send pictures and updates on
her from time to time but you can get a better idea, in person, and you'll be able to see her sweet personality.
Little Miss Hollie is going to be raised to be a "lady".
The Smiths from Kankakee, IL
Calvin began puppy training class at Petsmart last night. He was the best behaved [shihtzu puppy] there! He
continues to be adorable and wonderful. Cara, our red miniature poodle, who wasn't fond of him at first, now
thinks [our shihtzu puppy] is a lot of fun and they play and run around the yard like crazy. I have been trying to get
pics of them together but they are too fast. I will send you something soon. We are getting into a good routine
and potty training is progressing.
Lynn from West Lafayette, IN
Hi...it's sue timpano...I always go to your sight to see your gorgeous shih-tzu puppies for sale in illinois...Gracie is
doing great! Spoiled and totally loved...she rules!! Hello to Sara. You have the best [shihtzu puppy]
Sue from New York
She arrived! So very precious!!!! Thank you!
[Our shihtzu puppy] is doing fantastic! All our children love her and are giving her loads of love & attention!
Katie is adjusting incredibly well! She is so playful:-) [Our shihtzu puppy] is everything we hoped for and more!
Annette from Louisville, KY
|Just an update for you. Delta called me at 3:00 and said that our [shihtzu] puppy had arrived safely. I won't be
off work until approximately 4:00 so, she assured me that [our shihtzu puppy] was fine and that she was going to
put him on a leash and take him out to let him potty and offer him some water. She said they are all dog lovers
there and that she would personally love on [our shihtzu puppy] till we arrived. I will still let you know how he is
after we pick him up.
I just wanted to take a moment to let you know how happy we are with Gizmo. I got [our shihtzu puppy] from you
the last week in November 2011. He is simply the sweetest dog I have ever known in my life. My family absolutely
loves him. My other Shih Tzu finally warmed up to him, and they play constantly, chasing each other, stealing
each others' toys & treats. They are a hoot to watch. Gizmo wants any toy Munchkin has, and Munchkin wants
any treat Gizmo has. My cat, Mississippi, has decided he's Gizmo's father and keeps him clean, etc. He watches
over [our shihtzu puppy] like a mother hen. That too is funny. Gizmo is a bit spoiled, and the vet uses words like
sturdy, stocky, plump, etc. to describe him. He is quite round as he continues to clean his bowl, and that of my
other dog and cat. We are having to pick the food bowls up for the first time in years. I'm sure with all the running
he does with Munchkin that it will even out. He is EXACTLY what I wanted in a shihtzu puppy, and if I ever wanted
another, I would certainly come to you.
Anyway, I wanted to thank you so much for him. He is a blessing, and I love him beyond words. I believe he is
very happy here!
The Bells from Goosecreek, SC
Beau is quite the character! Everywhere [our shihtzu puppy] goes he is the center of attention. We have a lot of
kids over to play with my step-son and [our shihtzu puppy] is great with children. It's comforting knowing that my
friends can bring over their children and I do not have to worry. I cannot forget to mention that he is spoiled.
Haha. Every time the car keys jingle, [our shihtzu puppy] runs to the door. My step-son's teacher loves to pet him
each day when we pick him up from school.
The Lueckes from Peru, IL
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