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Question by Marilyn
Submitted on 8/7/2003
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Is a male or female Shih Tzu dog More affectionate?
Is one easier to train than the other?


Answer by Susan
Submitted on 9/1/2003
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Is a male or female Shih Tzu more affectionate? Is one easier to train than the other one? Are there more health problems with the Male or the Female

 

Answer by hi
Submitted on 9/9/2003
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I would say male with. Is a male or female Shih Tzu dog More affectionate?
Is one easier to train than the other?my dog Teddy we potty traind him in a week

 

Answer by jackie
Submitted on 9/9/2003
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Male I found to be more affectionate and much happier personality.

 

Answer by Tigerlily
Submitted on 10/10/2003
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Hi there
I have a male named Beethoven or Bates for short.  He is very protective.  I think he has 'little man syndrome'.  He is verrrry bossy and arrogant (in the nicest possible way).  
We did not find him easy to toilet train however that is well behind us now and once he learnt he never made a mistake again.
My husband thinks he is too 'clever' to learn silly dog tricks?!!  He's just like one of the kids and we love him dearly.  All the best...

 

Answer by Ashley
Submitted on 10/23/2003
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I have a male (Brewer) and my best friend has his sister (Brinkley).  We have not noticed much of a difference.  Every puppy is different, just like kids.  Potty training takes patience and persistence, regardless of the breed.  My advice, if you are interested in getting a puppy, is to visit with several and find the one that clicks with your personality, then look at whether it's a male or female...try not to go into this decision with a prejudice that on gender is less than another.  Like I said, they're just like kids...and they are going to be part of the family.

 

Answer by lyric
Submitted on 11/5/2003
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I think a male is much more affectionate because my dog (snapple) is so loving and he's a male

 

Answer by Rachel
Submitted on 11/8/2003
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I am on my third Shih Tzu. This is our first male and he is very loving and has such spunk. We were a little scared to get a male since we have had such wonderful luck with our previous two females. I have found no difference in either one. Fluffy, whom I had gotten when I was only 4, was unfortunatly hit by a car, was a great dog. She was very protective of my family but loving to any stranger as well. Our second one, Annie, was full of energy and excitement. We thought she deserved a family that would be home more than we could then so we sold her. Maxwell, our first male, is an awesome companion.  I couldn't have asked for a better dog. I love this breed b/c you can be so affectionate and they eat it right up and then ask for more.  I recommend this breed, male or female, to anyone!

 

Answer by soasage
Submitted on 11/19/2003
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we have a female called miss molly, who is very affectionate but full of her own self importants- i don't think i could cope with
a male if she is anything to go by

 

Answer by smm
Submitted on 12/11/2003
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We have 10 shih tzus in our family and my personal favorites are the males. They are very loving and affectionate. I would recomend getting them neutered before a year old so they don't become possessive, etc. The females we have had have been great dogs also but tend to be stuck up...especially around new people. Go with a male and neuter it early.

 

Answer by Cassie
Submitted on 12/27/2003
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I personally think female Shih tzus are better than males. I have a female Shih tzu and she didn't get spayed and she still is very affectionate. I used to have a male dog and it was just terrible! It would run away all the time and was never affectionate to me. Female dogs are much more loyal than male ones. I do not recommend buying a male dog.

 

Answer by Ducky
Submitted on 1/4/2004
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I would have to go with male. I never had a shih tzu but know well enough since my grandma and friend does. My friend had a male and female. The female was sweet but had a mind of her own. The male was always in a good mood. The female tho was also kind of lazy. After a 9 years the female died. She got more and more layed back everyday but the male was still as happy since we got him. No matter how old he was.

 

Answer by Checha
Submitted on 1/5/2004
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All I have ever had are males.  And they have all been very affectionate.  A friend of mine has females and they don't seem as affectionate as Lilbit is to me.  He's also protective of me.  

 

Answer by Bethany
Submitted on 1/6/2004
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I have a female who is very affectionate and sweet, and I have known both males and female shih tzus who have been affectionate and sweet good dogs. My puppy Macy is the sweetest puppy in the world!  I'll probably get some argument on that one :)

 

Answer by THE PEDERSEN
Submitted on 1/25/2004
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WE HAVE A MALE. HIS NAME IS TINY.WE ALL LOVE HIM. HE IS VERY PLAYFUL.HE IS VERY PRERTED OVER EVERYBODY

 

Answer by sillydog
Submitted on 1/28/2004
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We love our female s't. She is so lovely and devoted to me, the alpha in the family. My sister has a male that is very bossy but he is a happy dog. It doesn't matter: all these dogs are clowns and fun to be with.

 

Answer by Judy
Submitted on 5/1/2004
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I found my male at the shelter and love him more and more every day. I only wanted female dogs in the past, but now that he is in my life, in the future this breed will be the one I stay with and I will go for the male if possible. He is not bossy, just lovable and I am his Alpha.

 

Answer by Beanz
Submitted on 6/3/2004
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Someone across the street has a female and it is very playful and is always nice when i see her and she is very nice to you even if she doesnt know you. But she can only be left alone for 45 minutes at the most.

 

Answer by 2shihtzu'smom
Submitted on 6/6/2004
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I have 2 females and they are both the friendliest dogs. I have always preferred females, they have always seemed friendlier and more lovable.

 

Answer by Whipper's Mommy
Submitted on 6/15/2004
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We have a little girl, and she could not be any more sweet and kind.
She adores my 6 year old son.  It does not matter if you want a girl or boy.
What really matters is the dogs basic temperment and the temperment of its mother and father.

 

Answer by Maxx's Mom
Submitted on 7/22/2004
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I have a one year old male shih tzu.  He is loving, affectionate and smart.  He gets along great with people and other pets (I have a rottie and cat).  I am presently taking care of a 5 month old female shih tzu, she is hard to train, independent and less affectionate.  I am getting another shih tzu in September and based on my experience, I will be getting another male.

 

Answer by DINA
Submitted on 8/23/2004
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I think female shih-tzu more affectionate and lovable than male, i used  to have lots of male dogs in the past and tasha is my first female puppy she is very adorable and cute. also with female dogs its easy to train them to litter, because they dont spray then goin to the toilet.

 

Answer by Dogcrazy
Submitted on 11/13/2004
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I have a three year old Female Shih-Tzu named Britney. She is my world and my rock.However she was terrible to potty trained. The light didn't come on until she was over two. She is my dog though. She loves my hubbby but only wants to play with him and is loving to me. I wouldn't trade her for anything but man is she stubborn. Are females that way?

 

Answer by Wolfie's mom
Submitted on 11/20/2004
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I have a 8month old Shihtzu, Wolfie. He is the best dog I've ever owned. Before I had female cockers and mixed breeds. But this little boy is a real good boy. Fun, cuddly, and smart. He was easy to house train. Wolfie loves people and they love him. My mother has a two year old shihtzu named Mr. Poppy who is also very smart and friendly. We were told by a breeder that the males are more affectionate and I find it true in our cases. This breed is wonderful.

 

Answer by Pepper's Mum
Submitted on 3/4/2005
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I have a male shih tzu called Pepper.  He is the most loving dog and is brillant around children.  I would never have a female shih tzu, as the one's that I know seem to be very lazy and lack character.  As every shih tzu owner, I believe I have the best dog in the world.

 

Answer by VERONICA
Submitted on 3/7/2005
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My MALE SHIH TZU WAS 2 AND THE BEST DOG BUT HE GOT HIT I'M ONLY 14 SO I WAS SO SAD MY OPINION MALES RUN AWAY WHY IS THAT?NOW WE HAVE A 6 MONTH OLD SHIH TZU SO CUTE AND AFFECTIONATE WERE GOING TO TRAIN HIM TO STAY IN THE YARD I SO WOULD GET A MALE IF I WERE YOU JUST TRAIN THEM RIGHT.

 

Answer by gregy a.rap
Submitted on 3/14/2005
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My shih tzu dog is very nise and very friendly.

 

Answer by Jean
Submitted on 4/24/2005
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My little Pudgy is a male shih tzu and just
naturally well-behaved. Loves to play fetch
and always seems happy. He's extremely protective of me and a great watch dog.
What has always amazed me, it seems he always understands what I say.
And so affectionate! Love that little guy to no end!! If you have a shih tzu, you know what I mean.  

 

Answer by mickey
Submitted on 5/14/2005
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i have had a male 4 yrs. find him very lovable, easy to train, very friendly, very obiedent.

 

Answer by buttons mom
Submitted on 5/22/2005
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I got my first shih tzu for Christmas of 2004.  She is a female and I knew nothing of the breed when my husband brought her home. She is the most lovable dog i have ever owned.  She is playful as well as laid back.  She loves everyone and has an awesome personality.  She gets a lot of love and attention, and gives a lot in return.

 

Answer by Skooze
Submitted on 5/26/2005
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My female is extremely affectionate and playful...I would definitely get a female again.

 

Answer by sarah bell
Submitted on 6/22/2005
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I have a male  7 wk old shih-tzu and he is the sweetest puppy in  the world!! But it would have to be your decision if thew male or female is the most  affectionate! My friend has a girl and i have a boy they both get along GREAT! but i love the little boys they are easier to train to go potty. But Again its your desision...

          Hope you figure out the answer soon. :)


 

Answer by Kelsey
Submitted on 6/27/2005
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My 2 (soon to be 3)male shih tzu puppy is very very intelligent for him to be a shih tzu- most people say  how hard it is to train a shih tzu since they are sooooo stubborn and don't want to pay attention. he was potty trained within 3-5 days. he now knows over 20 commands but people say that you can only train them very little. i hope as he grows older he will learn even more.

 

Answer by Kelsey
Submitted on 6/27/2005
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My 2 (soon to be 3)male shih tzu puppy is very very intelligent for him to be a shih tzu- most people say  how hard it is to train a shih tzu since they are sooooo stubborn and don't want to pay attention. he was potty trained within 3-5 days. he now knows over 20 commands but people say that you can only train them very little. i hope as he grows older he will learn even more.
He is very very loving as well. i love him soooo much!

 

Answer by The Best
Submitted on 8/10/2005
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I have a female Shih Tzu  who is nine months old . I couldn't have asked for a better dog. She's  loving to me and loves protecting me she likes things her way and has a lot of attitude she's very spoiled but I would'ntchange her for the world.

 

Answer by Eric@Harry Potter
Submitted on 9/3/2005
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I think males are more playful than Females.
Females are more calm. Id recomend both.
But I like my male shih tzu.

 

Answer by Eric@Harry Potter
Submitted on 9/3/2005
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I think males are more playful than Females.
Females are more calm. Id recomend both.
But I like my male shih tzu.

 

Answer by Jerica
Submitted on 9/4/2005
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I've a male Shih Tzu, named Benji. He's really adorable, loving and fun to be with. He's really something you'll always look forward tor when you are back from work or anything. He's also great to play with. However, sometime he's too playful and he's force you to play with him by biting your hand or feet. For me whether it's a male or female, as long as you care and love him/her, you'll have your share in return.

 

Answer by podulady40
Submitted on 9/6/2005
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I have always had poodles my whole life nothing else, I babysit for a friends male shihtuz and I think I have found the love of my life, I NEVER thought I would ever find another breed that would win my heart but this little guy is like a stuffed teddybear.
My next dog will be a shihtuz, I have never cared for males due to the marking so I would go with a female, I think they act the way they are raised, Like a poodle if you allow them to be alpha they will be you have to let any breed know who's the boss!

 

Answer by Ranae Villalobos
Submitted on 10/1/2005
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Well from my expierience I would prefer a female because male dogs tend to mark their territory every where they go, and female dogs don't

 

Answer by breezie
Submitted on 10/7/2005
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no matter male or female, expect personality and you won't be disappointed. as for training, i'msure it will have you trained in no time. they can be stubborn. just be patient and constant. I don't think they forgive injustices easily. go easy . keep it sweet. what goes in must come out and they don't hold it long. very thirsty pups. expect alot of trips outdoors. Mine only asks to go out once. i don't ignore her anymore.she trained me well.

 

Answer by Louie
Submitted on 10/9/2005
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I have a male, he is 6 months old and is potty trained, and paper trained.  His personality is of spunk, playfulness and great. He was difficult to train, but he got it! My folks have his older half brother, the boys are awesome.  I don't think i would try a girl, just because the two of them have been the best dogs we have ever owned.

 

Answer by dedie
Submitted on 11/24/2005
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I have a female Shih Tzu 2years old. She was potty trained at 2& a half months,loves everyone,She is the best.

 

Answer by ching chang
Submitted on 12/2/2005
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i have a dog named ( dusty mop )  and he is about 3 years old he is very effocniate to our family but he hates my friends, also recently i bought a new dog and my older 1 has been mad!

 

Answer by Cornholio
Submitted on 12/2/2005
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i have 17 shih tzu dogs, they happen to be all males because they are a lot more affeconiate. the youngest one is 5 they say they only get to be 10-19 punds but mine are all 20-30 pounds there lil fatty's=]

 

Answer by beavis
Submitted on 12/2/2005
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i have 1 dog and it is a gurl, she weighs 5 pounds and never does ne thing!!! ive had a male be4 and they are much better, and more loving

 

Answer by Jessie
Submitted on 12/6/2005
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We have one male, Parker, he is 1 and he is the most loving puppy I have ever had. He loves to cuddle and wants to be held as much as possible. My Mom has three males as well and two of them are cuddlers and one is a loner. I think it all depends on the temperament of the puppy.

 

Answer by Sonja
Submitted on 12/28/2005
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My husband and I have a male. We have no children, and our shih tzu is our baby! He is very affectionate and he loves his treats! He will sleep as long as we will, and he is always by my side. He even sucks a baby's pacifier! He is o.k. to stay home alone and excited to see us when we come home. I love my Doogie!

 

Answer by Christy
Submitted on 3/22/2006
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Well I never thought I would get a male shih tzu I wanted girl dogs so I could dress them up and stuff. However when I saw Baby I had to have him. You will know the dog when he or she chooses you!! Every dog is different but if you love them from the start it won't really matter.

 

Answer by MK
Submitted on 4/2/2006
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Male dogs are definitely more affectionate in my opinion, females usually have mood swings were they can be affectionate one minute and the next be grumpy and reserved. Males can never get enough love but with females, when they've had enough attention they'll go away and not care.

On the other hand, males are more easily distracted during training without being "disobedient", and females seem to be more focused.

 

Answer by shuzzbutt
Submitted on 4/13/2006
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what is a shih tzu

 

Answer by John
Submitted on 5/31/2006
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We have a two year old male shih tzu that we got from a rescue group. He is VERY affectionate and loving, and he's a true "baby" in the family. We spoil him rotten. I used to know a couple who had a male and female, and the male was more outgoing. The female was very standoff-ish. It really depends on the dog. Some males are better, some females are better.

 

Answer by patches
Submitted on 7/4/2006
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I have a male and he is one of a kind.  Very smart and loving when he wants to be.  Too clever and sneaky.  I had him neutered before he was a year old.  He picks up trick really easily. I would get a another boy!!

 

Answer by Newbie
Submitted on 7/23/2006
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I have a six month old and this is my first. She is from an abused family. I have found that just having her for 48 hours that she is the most affectionate dog that I have ever had. My sister has a male and he isn't as loveable.

 

Answer by Sophie
Submitted on 8/4/2006
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I have a small male shih-tzu and he is very loving and intelligent. It all really depends on the dog, and with some training their personalities will change.

 

Answer by yvonne
Submitted on 8/21/2006
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I have a female shih tzu and she is very affectionate, she is a very loving dog and has fitted in with all the family. She is 8 months old and i chose her for myself , it is just like having another baby around the house !! I couldn't imagine being without her.

 

Answer by stella
Submitted on 8/30/2006
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a think a female is more loveing than a boy i have boy/girl the girl never leaves me alone were as the boy he likes to do his own thing

 

Answer by audret
Submitted on 8/30/2006
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i have shih tuz who keeps weeing every were in my flat and chews every thing up please could you write to me and tell me what to do

             thank you

 

Answer by Eileen
Submitted on 10/27/2006
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I have a 10 year old shih tzu "Zachary"
He is a male and very loving and smart. Does all the standard tricks, but, also waves bye bye when I leave the house.As well brushes his teeth, I put the the toothpaste on a human brush and he does the rest.
He is not a barker nor guard dog and loves everyone.

 

Answer by Shelby
Submitted on 11/11/2006
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The female shih tzu is more affectionate because I have a shih tzu & he is a male. He is a troble maker :(. And when ever I'm outside I see female shih tzus & they are so polite. So the female shih tzu is more affectionate than the male shih tzu.

 

Answer by autumn0627
Submitted on 12/15/2006
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I have had to males, one still living,(nine years old). He is always with me. I am a little weary of getting a female, because my boys have been such a treasure to us.

 

Answer by Answer by Laurie
Submitted on 12/30/2006
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We have a 6 year old male (Abu) and we think he is the greatest. He is our first Shih Tzu, and I am sure not to be our last.  He is so affectionate, loves to go anywhere in the car with us.  He has been the best pet for our 15 and 10 year old kids.  I would highly recommend a male to anyone.

 

Answer by cayci
Submitted on 1/28/2007
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i just got my first shih tzu which is a male . i also own two mini long-haired dachsunds and they are wonderful together. my puppy is just wonderful for my family and my other puppies.

 

Answer by spacegaudette
Submitted on 2/16/2007
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I'm not sure which is the better, male or female...Our little boy Joey is male and he truly is a member of our family. He turned one in November of 06. He has the best temperment, loves kids and brings such joy to my life. He is very licky !! I don't think it really matters, male or female..just love em, and be patient. No problem is to large to overcome..

 

Answer by Yellow Rose
Submitted on 2/26/2007
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We have had 5 males and 1 female Shih-tzus. Our experience has been that the males are more affectionate and the female more independent.  All have been loving and very devoted.  The female is much more capable of entertaining herself but the males have been more cuddly. This is a wonderful breed and is happy either being a clown or catching a nap in the sun.

 

Answer by tyrone
Submitted on 4/4/2007
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male,females are to stubburn

 

Answer by Bettertobeblonde
Submitted on 4/7/2007
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I have a 19 mo old shih tzu named lover boy Barnie.  He is the sweetest.  Apparently I am his alpha but he loves my elderly mother and my husband and Loves his brother and sister who are cats.  He barks at the door so we let the cats in.  He loves them very much.  I cannot think a female could be any sweeter or more lovable than my little baby boy Barnie

 

Answer by Myrna
Submitted on 4/16/2007
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I've had a female 14 years and once she died, I have a male, now 9 mos.  As another reader expressed,they are clown dogs,happy, love everyone they meet and they "expect" that even virtual strangers will react like they are the cutest things on 4 legs and they are rarely proven wrong!!! The female had feminine whiles while the boy is more rowdy,but equally affectionate.

 

Answer by a dog only a mommy can love
Submitted on 5/6/2007
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I have a male a little over a year old.I love him dearly but everyone around me thinks he has serious problems and he worries me too.He can be sweet one minute and decide to bite you in the next instant.He has bitten family members and the cable guy.I am always on edge any time someone comes close for fear of how he might act.He has been neutered,so I'm not so sure that helps much!!

 

Answer by a dog only a mommy can love
Submitted on 5/6/2007
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I have a male a little over a year old.I love him dearly but everyone around me thinks he has serious problems and he worries me too.He can be sweet one minute and decide to bite you in the next instant.He has bitten family members and the cable guy.I am always on edge any time someone comes close for fear of how he might act.He has been neutered,so I'm not so sure that helps much!!

 

Answer by NUTTY
Submitted on 5/9/2007
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I HAVE A MALE SHIH TZU AND FEMALE AND THE MALE IS MORE LOVING

 

Answer by mimita
Submitted on 5/17/2007
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i am bautif women a wont

 

Answer by mimita
Submitted on 5/17/2007
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I personally think female Shih tzus are better than males. I have a female Shih tzu and she didn't get spayed and she still is very affectionate. I used to have a male dog and it was just terrible! It would run away all the time and was never affectionate to me.

 

Answer by hm
Submitted on 7/7/2007
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My dog, ally, is a female dog and she is veryy affectionate. She'll greet us with hugs and kisses every day. She'll get as close to us whenever possible. She'll actually give hugs by resting her head on your neck. She was actually quite easy to train. We would give her a treat everytime she came in from outside, and then she finally got the picture.

 

Answer by abe
Submitted on 7/15/2007
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i think males are easier. Archie my male shih tzu hates when i am not around him but he is like my little son. female dogs are disturbing. they hate when people are around. also they take their time to train. I HATE THEM!!!

 

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