ScallyWag Imperial Shih Tzu

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“I’m ready to go to my forever home!”

This litter was born May 24th, 2012.

Fendi is this little one’s mom, and Spryte is her dad!

See this puppy at 4 weeks!

If you’d like to give a forever home, please read my contract, then contact me.

Chocolate Imperial Shih Tzu PuppyTiny Chocolate Shih Tzu PuppyImperial Shih Tzu Puppy - Chocolate

Small Chocolate Chinese Imperial Shih Tzu PuppyTiny Chocolate Imperial Shih Tzu Puppy

“I’m ready to go to my forever home!”

This litter was born May 24th, 2012.

Fendi is this little one’s mom, and Spryte is her dad!

Black Chinese Imperial Shih Tzu PuppyBlack Chinese Imperial Shih Tzu Puppy

See this puppy at 14 weeks old!

If you’d like to give a forever home, please read my contract, then contact me.


Welcome!

We are a small in home hobby breeder of the Imperial Shih Tzu and Chinese Imperial Dog located in Utah. It is my goal to produce quality tiny shih tzu puppies with awesome temperaments and health to make perfect companions for loving pet owners. We have produced puppies anywhere from 3-9lbs at maturity, but most of our Imperial Shih Tzu puppies for sale mature in the 5-7lb size. Our tiny puppies are not "runts" as some standard Shih Tzu breeders would like you to believe, we do not sell the occasional tiny puppy as a Chinese Imperial.

We consistently get "Imperial" sized puppies in every litter and they are plump and healthy just like the standard Shih Tzu puppies. Even though we do get puppies that mature at under 4lbs, we do not try and breed for them, as puppies that small are at a higher risk for hypoglycemia. We will not place a Teacup Imperial Shih Tzu puppy that small in a new home unless is has been thoroughly checked out by a veterinarian, and requires no "special" care other than slightly more frequent feedings and an occasional bit of nutri-cal for the first few weeks the puppy is home (teacup size puppies of any breed also usually require the same care, Yorkies, Poodles, Maltese, Chihuahua's, etc).

Teacup Shih Tzu that mature at under 4lbs are fairly rare, and I personally have seen very few that tiny available from breeders that actually look healthy so buyer beware. More...

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