Our litter of Shih-Poos will be ready for their new loving homes on Dec. 19th. They will be vet-approved, vaccinated and wormed. Each puppy goes to its new home with food and toys. The puppies are well-socialized, playful and lovable. They have excellent temperaments.
Their mom is a purebred solid gold Shih Tzu. Dad is a purebred black Poodle. This is their 3rd breeding together, and each litter is consistently healthy, happy and good-natured. These are top-quality puppies, with generations behind ...
Beautiful, playful Shih-poo puppies available for their new homes.
Good disposition, get along with other dogs.
Have been handled and socialized.
Will have their first shots and health certificate.
they are mostly white with cream highlights
1 female 3 males
I will be taking more recent pictures as the
puppies get bigger.
I have 2 stunning male shih poo puppies available. Mom is a shih Tzu and Dad is a mini poodle. Non shedding! Lots of curls!! Both are very outgoing and smart. We started potty training and they are doing well :) Both have their first set of shots and wormings done. Ready for their new homes. Email for more info.
1 adorable Tricolor Shih Poo pups 1 M . Vaccinated with his first shots and deworming started for him. Playful and social. Good with kids. He is sleeping thru the night and crated to sleep. Paper training indoors only too young to walk outside. Very sweet personality. Will be good in a family with children 5yrs and older.
Available to be seen immediately and can go the same day of there appt if a good match.
Delivery offered to NJ and NY and CT areas for a fee based on distance.
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