(601) 441-3426



Hello, my name is Prisha, and I am a super loving first generation “F1” Shih-Poo puppy. My mother is a Shih Tzu, and she weighs around 12 pounds. My father is a Miniature Poodle, and he weighs around 12 pounds…both of my parents love to play with other dogs, and they have lots of fun with children as well. I am registered with ICA, and I will come to you with a 3-generation pedigree as well as a MARRS registered microchip. I am up to date with my vaccinations and also my dewormings…you will receive all these records when you come to pick me up. I can hardly wait to snuggle in your loving arms and share my kisses with you, my hair is so soft and silky, I can’t wait to spend the rest of my life with you and your loving family. I will be the one who understands everything you’re going through without saying a word…make me your very own super loving sidekick today. If you can’t come and pick me up, I’m sure there are some transportation options available if you will ask Mr. Nelson (601-441-3426) … my birthday was on October 22, and I will be big enough to leave here any time after December 23…my bags will be packed and ready to go…I am so excited to meet you. Please let me help to make your new year extra fun and exciting…we will have lots of fun together.

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The Shih-Poo is a cross between a Shih Tzu and a Toy or Miniature Poodle. He may have the curly coat of a Poodle or the long, straight coat of a Shih Tzu, but he always has a cute, alert expression and a sturdy body. Like his parent breeds, the Shih-Poo can come in a multitude of solid colors or in a particolor pattern (a color plus white).

Shih-Poos are playful, friendly and affectionate, always happy to sit in a lap and give a little love. They generally weigh 7 to 20 pounds, depending on the size of their parent breeds. For their size, they are courageous and make excellent watchdogs, but they can be on the yappy side. Shih-Poos are companion dogs. They love their people and need to live in the house, never outdoors. Shih-Poos have a moderate activity level that is adaptable to their owner’s lifestyle. They will enjoy a walk or active indoor playtime each day. Some Shih-Poos love being in the limelight, and (health permitting) they do well in such dog sports as agility, obedience and rally.

Shih-Poos can have different types of fur, ranging from curly to straight, depending on which genes they inherit, but most have a curly or wavy coat. A Shih-Poo coat looks its best with professional grooming every four to six weeks, and it requires brushing or combing every couple of days to prevent mats or tangles as well as regular bathing in between appointments with the groomer.

Shih-Poos are among the breeds that commonly develop reddish-brown tear stains beneath their eyes. Your best bet is to wash the face daily, carefully wiping beneath the eyes, to prevent stains from setting.

Your Shih-Poo doesn’t need a bikini wax, but you do need to trim the genital area for cleanliness or have the groomer shave the lower belly area. This helps prevent urine from staining and stinking up the coat and feces from getting caught in the hair around the anus.

In addition, trim his nails every week or two, keep his ears clean and dry, and brush his teeth regularly — daily if you can, with a vet-approved pet toothpaste. Small dogs are especially prone to periodontal disease. Start grooming your Shih-Poo while he is a puppy, so he learns to accept it willingly.


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