I, the breeder reserve the right to 1st pick of the litter
Our program is built from honesty and integrity, and we value YOU, as the puppy buyer.
205-554-1782 (home) or 205-534-6691 (cell)
Alabama Imperial ShihTzu puppies & Chinese Imperial puppies for sale.
All ShihTzu puppies are available, unless specified "sold " or "on hold"
This page was last updated: January 8, 2017
Imperial ShihTzu puppies , Shih Tzu puppies , Chinese Imperial puppies
Your ShihTzu and Imperial shihtzu breeder of alabama, where health and quality matter the most
checks are NOT accepted on day of picking up puppy
Most puppies are usually ready to go at 9-12 weeks old
I do not have a crystal ball, therefore I cannot tell you an exact weight a puppy's adult size will be,
or when it will be ready to go home. We base our ready to go dates on each individual puppy, no two puppies are alike. One puppy may leave at 9 weeks old, where as its litemate may stay until until its 12 weeks old or older !
I do my estimates from from past litters, parents , grandparents and each puppys growth rate.
Just because the parents are 1 size does NOT mean the puppy will be that size too.
some may be smaller,and some may get bigger
No guarantees are made on estimated or charted sizes.
"unknown numbers" or "number blocked" do NOT get answered
Deposits are accepted by,
cash , personal check ,Western union ,Walmart money grams, U.S postal money order
small deposits and payments can be accepted thru PayPal with my approval,
Holding Deposits and waiting list are non refundable, but can be rolled over to a different puppy.
No puppy will be held, without a security holding deposit .
balance owed on pick up date , is to be paid in cash
If you are wanting to take possession of your shihTzu puppy at 6 weeks old,
you are at the wrong place,I suggest you call the local newspaper adds for that.
Our puppies never leave our home before they reach 9 weeks old.
The Tinies must stay longer... usually 10 -14 weeks...
You will need to have a supply of wet ( canned food) on hand to suppliment,
incase puppy decides it dont want to eat the kibble. Puppy must eat... or it will die .
Keep play time to a minimum for atleast a week, so puppy can adjust to new home.
DO NOT let puppy have free run of house... its too small, and will burn up too many calories... must supervise play time... and let them have plenty rest
picking up in person.... must schedule an appointment
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