Shih   Tzu

Vs

Lhasa  Apso

All That You Need to Know!

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Weight And Size

An average Shih Tzu weighs between 4 to 7.2 kilograms with a height range of 20 to 28 cm.

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Weight And Size

 Lhasa Apsos weight      between 5 to 8    kilograms with a     height range of            25 to 28 cm.

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Characteristics

Shih Tzus are small    and compact toy    dogs that have a   distinctive coat of      luscious hair

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Characteristics

 If you’ve come across   dogs with long hair  that hides their face  and legs, you’ve most      probably seen a             Lhasa Apso

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Temperament

One look at the Shih Tzu and you will be  unable to resist its           charm

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Lhasa Apsos has quite      a contrary and  complex personality

Temperament

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Grooming

  Shih Tzus get half  their appeal from  their gorgeous coat

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Lhasas with long hair needs to be brushed regularly and bathed   at least once every         two weeks

Grooming

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Monthly Maintenance

Rs 1,000 to Rs 5,000

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Monthly Maintenance

Rs 1000 to Rs 7000

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Diet And Nutrition

     A young Shih Tzu   requires to be fed at    least 4 to 6 times a  day because of their     fast metabolisms

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 Lhasa puppies eat food      3 to 4 times a day,     which reduces to 2     times a day as they    cross the 12-month              mark

Diet And Nutrition

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Exercise

    Shih Tzus hardly require any exercise

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Exercise

Compared to the Shih   Tzu, the Lhasa is an    agile and energetic       dog that values       physical activity

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Training

 Shih Tzus are extremely complex to train because they are smart dogs that      know how to get themselves out of doing            something

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Training

Lhasa Apsos on the other     hand can be trained    much easier because          they are highly     intelligent and love        pleasing people

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