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American Rat Terrier / Shih Tzu Hybrid DogsThe Ratshi Terrier is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the Rat Terrier and the Shih Tzu. The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and know you can get any combination of any of the characteristics found in either breed. Not all of these designer hybrid dogs being bred are 50% purebred to 50% purebred. It is very common for breeders to breed multi-generation crosses"This is Jax and he's a Ratshi Terrier. I bought him when he was 3 months old. He's about 3 years old in this picture. He is a pretty intelligent dog and knows many tricks. He was a little difficult to housebreak, but does well now. He can be as energetic as you want him to be or he'll sleep all day if you let him. He really just does whatever I'm doing. I took this picture before he went to the groomer to get his haircut and other grooming." Squishy the Ratshi Terrier at 8 months old—"He is very energetic and loves to play.
His mother is a Rat Terrier and his father is a Shih Tzu." Squishy the Ratshi Terrier at 8 months old (Rat Terrier / Shih Tzu hybrid)Squishy the Ratshi Terrier at 8 months old (Rat Terrier / Shih Tzu hybrid)__________________________________________________ Sadie the 4-month-old Ratshi Terrier (Rat Terrier / Shih Tzu mix)—her owner says, "She is the sweetest and smartest dog. staffy pups for sale gauteng
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Her long body and short legs are Shih Tzu traits, whereas her short coat, triangular ears and longer muzzle are from the Rat Terrier side. However, there are some spots (her feet and tail) where some of the hairs are a bit longer than the others."Juju's energy level, for me, is ideal. She loves to go for walks or run around outside, but also adores cuddling and sleeping in. I would say her exercise requirements are actually lower than average, not simply because she's small, but because she can do much of her running around inside. She craves attention and I fully believe that, if she were taught, there would be no end to the things she would do to please her people. She is so devoted.""She, like many dogs, would be a pig if allowed. However, she's not a beggar and will generally stay quiet or go lie down while food's on the table. She does bark more than I prefer. When she's excited to see me in the morning, it's usually just one (loud) bark, but when something's going on outside or people arrive, it's madness (but we do have other dogs that could be the main barkers.)
She's slightly nervous of new places, so stays close to me. She likes new people but is particularly wary of children and large dogs. She has never bitten in these situations! She's a big licker, which some people like and some don't. Her ears are fantastically expressive and she is (if I may say so) quite patient and photogenic!"The only health problems to note have been cherry eye, mild allergies, and the fact that a few of her toenails are incredibly curly and must be clipped often to avoid discomfort or injury to her pads."The Ratshi Terrier is bred mostly for indoor living and companionship. It is a cross between a Shih Tzu and an American Rat Terrier. Despite its small size, the Ratshi Terrier can be a bundle of energy, and tends to be yappy when excited. However, it will take to the couch or the bed as well as any layabout, if permitted. The American Rat Terrier is considered an American type of dog, and was kept in the 1920's and 30's as a ratter in rural areas.
The Shih Tzu, on the other hand, traces its roots to ancient China, and is, in fact, one of the oldest dog breeds extant. It has always been a family pet and companion dog, most notably of Chinese nobles and royalty. The Ratshi Terrier is a happy, inquisitive little dog, that believes it is a big dog. It may go up to strange dogs and challenge them, which could turn out badly, so the Ratshi Terrier needs to be leashed on walks and properly socialized if they are to live with other, bigger dogs. It is particular with being paid attention to; an ignored Ratshi Terrier is a bored and unhappy one. If, from puppyhood, it has not been exposed to short periods of absence from its owner, it may also exhibit separation anxiety, which might mean barkiness or knocked over fixtures and chewed furniture. Otherwise, the Ratshi Terrier is a lively, sometimes comic, companion, that is sensitive to its owner's moods and will readily cuddle if needed. It will not tolerate abuse, however unintentional, and will need to be supervised if there are small children around.