Georgia Shih Tzu Puppies

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Petunia's Pup at 12 weeks old:
​Cindy, Tracey and I have continued your cognitive development and socialization by enrolling him in a puppy kindergarten at The Delightful Dog in Marietta.  One of my clients is a dog trainer and she recommended this place.  They were extremely impressed with Edwin.  They say he's fearless and extremely smart.  They wanted to recommend anyone looking for a well developed pup to get it from you.  They said that they could tell you really challenged the puppies for in addition to raising them with love and care!

They said that he does things puppies don't normally do at their age and he has an abnormally high amount of confidence (maybe too much haha).

He will take on challenges head on and is extremely inquisitive.  He will take risks and leaps that sometimes make me cringe.  But he is mostly VERY well behaved and obedient and picks up on things quickly. Very easy to train him. He is truly a blessing in our lives.  Thank YOU.  (12/14/16 text message from Jason)​​​
12/13/16 regarding female puppy from Tywanna:  She is awesome!!  The princess of the office.  People can't believe she is real!  She is so sweet. Doesn't bark.  Just loves up on people. They say what a sweet spirit she has.  Everyone loves her.

Thank you so much for what you do... We are all so in love with her...She's very special.​​
11/9/16 regarding Brenda's Toby @ 8 weeks old:
Cindy, I just had to let you know that we are so happy with Toby. He is happy and playing and already is a joy to us.  He loves playing with my grandson.  Chasing him and playing with his toys.  This morning he was playing with my grandson and suddenly stopped and ran into​ his kennel we have set up for him.  He went to the corner where his pee pad is and he went poopy on it.  We were so happy and proud of him.  His remarkable training from you is so evident.  Your puppies are so very superior to others.  I can not thank you enough for loving and caring so much for the puppies you help bring into the world.  We know that our lives will be enriched just by having Toby with us.  For all that you do Thank you, thank you, thank you!  Have a blessed Day.

12​​/19/16 update:  "How wonderful your puppies are.  We love our Toby so much and the love he gives us in return is wonderful.  He is so bright and alert.  He challenges himself to do things that he has not done before.  Our praise makes him so happy.  

Having Toby makes me want more of your puppies.  I would never consider a puppy from anyone else.  You do a great job.  Your love for the puppies and the moms really shows.  The quality of your puppies is proof of your devotion.

The difference really shows through. Thank you for all that you do and for your dedication.  "​​​​
An email from Lesley 1/16/17 after 1 month with her Max who is being trained to be her hearing dog. They make great service dogs:

I forgot to mention that I have been training him to sit, stay, down, etc. He just sees absolutely no barrier when he knows he’s about to get a delicious treat! He minds me, but when mom or someone else gives him a treat, he just about jumps in their face until they tell him to sit. He’s hilarious! That little tail will wag so fast that it’s a wonder he doesn’t fall over!

I do hide his toys behind my back and down in the couch cushions and he is quick to find them. He always jumps up to find me if I take off to the bathroom, run to the kitchen, or go outside for a second. He even waits in front of the glass door when I’m pulling into the driveway (mom and dad will tell him “Who is that? Is that Lesley?”). He knows who “Lesley” is and where my room (also his play room) is.

You are more than welcome to post any pictures of him—I would be honored! We didn’t get much snow, but it was enough for him to play and have fun in.

I have no doubts that Max is the perfect dog for me. He and I already have such a special bond. Every morning when it’s time to wake up, he stretches out and licks my nose and wants me to rub his belly. He is spoiled! :)

I will send more pics and an update soon. Take care and God bless!An email from Lesley 1/16/17 after 1 month with her Max who is being trained to be her hearing dog. They make great service dogs:

I forgot to mention that I have been training him to sit, stay, down, etc. He just sees absolutely no barrier when he knows he’s about to get a delicious treat! He minds me, but when mom or someone else gives him a treat, he just about jumps in their face until they tell him to sit. He’s hilarious! That little tail will wag so fast that it’s a wonder he doesn’t fall over!

I do hide his toys behind my back and down in the couch cushions and he is quick to find them. He always jumps up to find me if I take off to the bathroom, run to the kitchen, or go outside for a second. He even waits in front of the glass door when I’m pulling into the driveway (mom and dad will tell him “Who is that? Is that Lesley?”). He knows who “Lesley” is and where my room (also his play room) is.

You are more than welcome to post any pictures of him—I would be honored! We didn’t get much snow, but it was enough for him to play and have fun in.

I have no doubts that Max is the perfect dog for me. He and I already have such a special bond. Every morning when it’s time to wake up, he stretches out and licks my nose and wants me to rub his belly. He is spoiled! :)

I will send more pics and an update soon. Take care and God bless!