Would a labrador retriever and shih tzu get along?

Asked By: Layne Smitham
Date created: Tue, Apr 27, 2021 5:46 AM
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A Labrador Retriever and Shih Tzu Should Have No Problems Getting Along. There are plenty of dogs out there that would be just as accommodating and welcoming when it comes to sharing space with a dog sibling as the Shih Tzu. Above all, Shih Tzus are very accommodating of each other.
Answered By: Adrain McDermott
Date created: Wed, Apr 28, 2021 7:49 AM
Puppy should be eating 2 to 3 cups of food a day. 12 weeks to 6 months: Puppy needs to be eating puppy food 2 to 3 times a day, with meals divided into equal amounts. 6 to 15 months: Continue with puppy food, giving puppy 2 equal meals a day.
Purchasing a Labrador Retriever through a breeder can cost anywhere from $300 to $1,000 (more if you want a quality show or field-trial dog). And if you do adopt a Lab from an animal shelter or through a rescue group, you may think that the dog will be cheap — even free.
For 'large breed' puppies, the advice is for under 3 months feed them 4 times each day, for 3 to 6 months old, feed them 3 times each day, and at 6 months and older you can feed them just twice each day.

The price of a Labrador puppy will vary from breeder to breeder, and from place to place.

In the USA as a rough guide, you are looking at $800 to $1200.

In the UK you can pay anything from £650 to £850 for a well bred, health tested Labrador.

The Finnish Spitz Flat-Coated Retriever Mix, is a mixed breed dog resulting from breeding the Finnish Spitz and the Flat-Coated Retriever. Both of these dogs can be friendly but personalities differ, so you never know… All dogs need proper socialization and that will be a big factor in how they interact with others.

Males are 23 to 24 inches tall and weigh 65 to 75 pounds.

Females are generally 21.5 to 22.5 inches tall and 55 to 65 pounds.

Golden Retrievers usually reach their full height by one year of age, and their mature weight by two.


Tips on how to make a dog and cat become friends

  1. 1)Obedience training. When there is a problem between cats and dogs, it is usually caused by the dogs…
  2. 2)Allow interaction only under your supervision…
  3. 3)'Safe spot' for cat…
  4. 4)Swap scents…
  5. 5)Desensitization…
  6. 6)Let your cat go…
  7. 7)Keep the situation positive…
  8. 8)Go slow.
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