Shih Tzu Black & White w/Sport Cut Tea Cup Green Holiday Ornament

Shih Tzu Black & White w/Sport Cut Tea Cup Green Holiday Ornament

Your Price: $15.99
Part Number:GTCD128D
The Shih Tzu origin may never be 100% clear, some believe it is China, while others are just as certain it is Tibet. One thing is clear, however, the breed is ancient. The name Shih Tzu translates to “Lion Dog” and while this breed is friendly and jolly, they are not afraid to stand up for themselves. This breed was the house pet to have during most of the Ming Dynasty. As per the AKC registration statistics, the Shi Tzu continues to rake very high in popularity. Their long double coat can be any color and while it is shown long in the ring, many people enjoy the shorter puppy or sport cuts instead. This little dog requires minimal exercise and enjoys spending time with family. The Shih Tzu has gone by several names including Chinese Lion Dog, Chrysanthemum Dog and Tibetan Lion Dog. The Average life expectancy ranges from 10 to 16 years old. The AKC recognized the Shih Tzu in the Toy Group in 1969. The average size ranges from 8 to 11 inches tall at the withers with a weight of 9 to 16 pounds being preferred.

We combine our Tiny Ones series of hand painted, breed specific figurines with our Green decorated tan tea cup to create a delightful three dimensional ornament perfect for any special occasion like birthdays or Christmas. Great item to hang on your Christmas tree or an everyday display as well! Each tea cup is 2” tall and 2 ½” wide with a molded handle which has a green ribbon tied in a bow! The tea cups are even decorated INSIDE with a gold toned rim and decorative stripe on the handle. On the outside, both sides have a tiny delicate pine cones, plus berries and leaves. These unique items are stone resin and individually blister packaged, ready to give as gift or hang in your store. PLEASE NOTE- Sturdy metal Display stand (OH1) is available; see the tea cup display category!
 
Click here to learn more about the Shih Tzu Black & White w/Sport Cut: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shih_tzu

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