It is a sad fact that there are Shih Tzu in this country who are in need of help. The reasons are varied, some need another home due to family breakdown or the death of their owner, some sadly have been neglected or, in a small number of cases, abused. The thing that they all have in common is that they need a loving home. Shih Tzu Rescue organisations around the country are dedicated to caring for and finding good homes for Shih Tzu that find themselves in need. They are staffed by volunteers who freely give their time and expertise for the good of the breed. If you think you could provide a loving home for a Shih Tzu who has fallen on hard times then please contact one of the following:
Kent Shih Tzu Rescue - Mrs Carol Mead, Kent, Telephone 01795 422159
Wirral, Liverpool & District - Mrs J Ashton, Telephone 07775 952660, Email
North East - Mrs Ann Craggs, County Durham, Telephone 01207 560046
Southern Shih Tzu Rescue -
Rescue and Rehoming Co-ordinators
Mrs Elaine Scott, West Sussex. Telephone 07946 319614
Mrs B Parker, Kent, Telephone 01732 841138
Mr George Scott, Vice Chairperson, West Sussex, Telephone 01903 776021
Mrs Joyce Ellis, Chairperson Kent, Telephone 01795 474416
or visit the Southern Shih Tzu Rescue Website
Please note that these are the only Shih Tzu specific rescue organisations recognised as bona fide by the Shih Tzu Club.
These and other bona fide general rescue organisations will sometimes feature Shih Tzu looking for a home in our Community.