we breed Pom’s and Liver line Shih Tzu with love!

We’re breeding dogs since 2015 and are members of the PCCI!

(The Philippine Canine Club, Inc. was organized on March 21, 1963, as a non-stock, non-profit service-oriented corporation for the purpose of promoting and encouraging the love for pure-bred dogs.)


  1. POMERANIAN: The Pomeranian (often known as a Pom) is a breed of dog of the Spitz-type that is named for the Pomerania region in north-west Poland and north-east Germany in Central Europe. Classed as a toy dog breed because of its small size, the Pomeranian is descended from larger Spitz-type dogs, specifically the German Spitz.Pomeranian’s are generally perky, friendly little dogs. Pomeranian’s are often good alert and alarm dogs and can be prone to excessive barking. They tend to be good with children, but children need to be cautioned that these are small dogs and not as sturdy as the larger breeds.Your Pomeranian may be play biting because they are getting wound up and frustrated. So make sure they have a secure place they can escape to. A bed or crate with three walls around it is ideal. This is particularly important if the dog is just a puppy and you have young children around who may pester them. Pomeranian’s love the adults they live with. They are often very attentive, loyal, and openly pleased to spend time together. They are very affectionate dogs. However, they are not always keen on imposed handling or physical interaction.

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  • 2. Liver line Shih Tzu

    If a Shih Tzu is liver and white, the colors on the coat other than white may be referred to as liver-colored ‘spots’ or ‘areas’, even though that ‘color’ has quite a range. Some livers have green or light amber eyes.Shih Tzus are affectionate, intelligent, and outgoing and are trusting with everyone. They are lively and alert, and they thrive on human companionship, so don’t leave them alone for a long time. They can also be stubborn and make training a chore, so be sure to use consistent and thorough training with your Shih Tzu.The total amount of sleep a Shih Tzu gets generally depends on his age bracket. When your Shih Tzu is a young and lively puppy, you can expect him to sleep roughly 14 hours per day. When he reaches adulthood, he’ll probably sleep 12 hours a day. When he reaches his golden years, he may sleep upward of 20 hours.