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Health & Safety Tips

American Shih Tzu Club

The Shih Tzu Reporter

Tu Chu Shih Tzu

All Things Shih Tzu at

Rhonda's Realm

Shih Tzus - Puppies for sale - -
Shih Tzu breeders with puppies for sale

Atlantic County Canines

Burlington County Animal Alliance

Have-a-Heart Guinea Pig Rescue




Tick Removal

Blue mint mouthwash poured on an embedded tick will safely and
completely dislodge it from your dogs body.

Never use tweezers since parts of the tick will likely remain under your dogs skin.

Poisonous Foods

Chocolate, Onions, Garlic, Raisins, Grapes, Macadamia Nuts, Alcohol, Rhubarb, Tomato Leaves and Stems, Avocados, Coffee, Tea, Lilies, Castor Beans, xylitol found in sugarless gum and other sugarless food products.

Poisonous Plants Chart
Humane Society Web Site

Seasonal Wisdom -
Poisonous Plants for Pets


Car Safety

Dogs should never ride in the bed of a truck or be allowed to sit unsecured in a passenger seat.

The internet has many safety belt options
for your dog, among them,
makers of the Batzi belt that attaches
to your dogs harness and clamps to
the seat belt.

Dogs Naturally
Purdue Vaccinations Studies Results

General Links

Tamar Geller Dog Training

Only Natural Pet Store

The Holistic Dog


Natural Pest Control

Newman's Own Dog Food

The Vivid Edge 

Free Dog Listings

Nuvet canine suppliments. To
order click here or call


Charity Links


Avoiding Toxins

Lawn chemicals and fertilizers can be dangerous to pets. Make sure your pet does not have access to areas of the yard being treated or use pet friendly chemicals like echochem.

Anti-freeze is often lethal, even in small quantities. Dogs like the sweet taste and there are an enormous amount of fatalities every year due to anti-freeze ingestion. Clean up any anti-freeze spills immediately and safely store containers or check your local stores for pet-friendly anti-freeze.


Ice melting chemicals and salt can cause severe burning of your dog's footpads. Avoid walking your dog in areas treated with chemicals and salt and wash dogs feet when you return home.



Early morning and evening walks are recommended in the warmer weather.

Never leave a dog in an unattended vehicle, the temperature of a car can reach 120 degrees in minutes, even with the window cracked, causing your dog brain damage and possible death from heatstroke.

Cocoa Mulch

Cocoa mulch, which consists mainly of cacao bean shells, contains a much higher concentration of theobromine than chocolate processed for human consumption. Dogs are attracted to the scent and in documented cases have eaten the stuff, leading to vomiting, diarrhea, trembling, seizures and, in some instances, death. While it's equally toxic to cats, veterinarians say they are less likely to ingest cocoa products and therefore less at risk.

If you suspect your dog may have eaten cocoa mulch, the ASPCA recommends contacting your veterinarian immediately.

More information about poisons may be found at the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center Web Site.

Pine Valley
Shih Tzu Rescue

The Animal Rescue Site
feed an animal just by clicking

Grobanites for Charity

Lilo's Promise Animal Rescue

Northeast Animal Rescue



Miscellaneous Links
Kimmel & Silverman
Attorney's at Law

Live in the Philadelphia, Pa area?
Need a Pet Sitter?

Call: 215-671-9721


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