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Breed Group: Non-Sporting
Tibetan Terrier

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Weight
18-30 lbs
Height
15-16 inches
Color(s)
Any
Overview
An ancient breed, the Tibetan Terrier is credited with the development of all other Tibetan breeds. They were originally bred by Tibetan monks and were never sold. They were only given to esteemed friends or dignitaries. They are often referred to as the Holy Dog of Tibet, and it is believed they bring good luck to their owners. Tibetan Terriers are relatively uncommon and is still a rarity in the United States.
Character
The Tibetan Terrier is of medium size. With their long coat that covers the eyes they resemble a miniature sheepdog. Although they carry the Terrier name, they have absolutely no Terrier traits. This is a hardy, shaggy, and versatile breed that not only makes a fine companion; but they are also highly capable of guarding, herding, and protecting.
Temperament
Tibetan Terriers are highly intelligent, deeply devoted, and exceedingly loyal to their family. They thrive on human interaction and will not do well if left alone for extended periods of time. They are very sensitive and react to their owner's moods, feelings, and emotions. The Tibetan Terrier will get along with children who are considerate and well-behaved. They may be wary of strangers but are never aggressive. Although they are generally good with other pets, they need to learn to accept cats. They make good watchdogs and will bark their alarm at unusual sounds and also to announce visitors.
Care
The Tibetan Terrier requires extensive grooming. They must be combed several times a week to prevent tangles and remove loose hair. The coat must never be dry combed. It is important to mist the coat with conditioner before combing to prevent breakage. Bathing should only be done when absolutely necessary using a mild shampoo. Dry shampooing may be done as needed. Tibetan Terriers are prone to hip dysplasia, hernias, cataracts, lens luxation, and progressive retinal atrophy.
Coat
The Tibetan Terrier has a profuse double coat that protects this breed from harsh climates. The outer coat is long, fine in texture, and can be way or straight. The under coat is dense, soft, and of a wooly texture. The coat comes in a wide variety of colors and may be solid, bi-color, tri-color, or a mixture. The colors include white, cream, silver, gold, black, and red. This breed sheds little to no hair.
Training
This breed learns very quickly and is extremely eager to please. They have a self-reliant and independent nature that may lead them to avoid doing things they've already learned. They benefit from early socializations and obedience. The Tibetan Terrier will not respond to harsh or heavy-handed training methods. They do best with positive reinforcement, consistency, patience, and respectful loving direction.
Activity
The Tibetan Terrier requires daily regular exercise in the form of a long walk or play session. They are suited for apartment living provided they are given sufficient exercise. Tibetan Terriers are energetic and strong and do very well in agility. They are excellent hiking companions and enjoy a vigorous run in a securely fenced yard or safe open space.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of Tibetan Terrier puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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Anonymous asked:

12/15/2013 10:54:42 PM

12/15/2013 10:54:42 PM

How much do Tibetan Terrier puppies cost? Does anyone know how much Tibetan Terrier puppies cost?

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Anonymous

I paid $2500 each for my Tibetan Terrier
2/1/2014 6:30:59 PM

Anonymous asked:

11/11/2012 10:09:32 AM

11/11/2012 10:09:32 AM

Are Tibetan Terriers lap dogs?

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Anonymous

The Tibetan Terrier is considered a lap dog, yes.
7/16/2014 3:40:26 PM

Anonymous asked:

9/7/2012 10:04:22 AM

9/7/2012 10:04:22 AM

Could it be possible to cut a Tibetan Terrier dogs hair and would it look cute?

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Anonymous

I haven't found a way for our TTs NOT to look cute! We puppy cut their hair in the summer 2 inches long and let him grow out the rest of the year. Even short, the double coat requires regular brushing and unmatting.
10/21/2012 2:10:52 PM

Anonymous

Tebetan Terriers are always cute
11/11/2012 10:06:59 AM

Anonymous asked:

7/15/2012 7:48:56 AM

7/15/2012 7:48:56 AM

My friend has a tiberian terrier,the dog is fine with her but seems to urinate on her husbands... My friend has a tiberian terrier,the dog is fine with her but seems to urinate on her husbands things and his spot on the bed. What is causing this behavior ? He is good to the dog.

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Anonymous asked:

7/15/2011 1:55:30 PM

7/15/2011 1:55:30 PM

My two kids go to school and I have work during the day, could a tibetan terrier stay by... My two kids go to school and I have work during the day, could a tibetan terrier stay by themselves for periods of time as long as they get daily exercise (walk/run 3x a day)?

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Anonymous asked:

4/7/2011 11:29:18 AM

4/7/2011 11:29:18 AM

Are Tibetan Terriers considered stong dogs? Are they easy to train? Are they considered... Are Tibetan Terriers considered stong dogs? Are they easy to train? Are they considered intelligent?

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Anonymous

ive had a tibetan terrier for nine years. i can only speak on behalf of my dog, but hes not particularly strong, but for his size hes not weak. he was fairly easy to train...but because my family and i have no use for commands other than "sit" and "stay" he quickly forgot the rest. and he is pretty intelligent, but more how the site said, hes sensitive and perceptive to his surroundings
6/20/2011 12:27:56 AM

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1/6/2011 9:36:54 AM

1/6/2011 9:36:54 AM

Why do Tibetan Terriers eat grass?

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Anonymous

grass doesnt settle their stomach, it makes dogs puke then settles their stomach
6/20/2011 12:25:04 AM

Anonymous

My Tibetan, Azura, eats grass often. She just seems to like eating a certain type of long grass and has never thrown up.
10/15/2012 4:59:22 PM

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12/18/2010 7:40:37 PM

12/18/2010 7:40:37 PM

Does the Tibetan Terrier breed ever have blue eyes and a nose that is kind of eggplant colored?... Does the Tibetan Terrier breed ever have blue eyes and a nose that is kind of eggplant colored? I'm trying to figure out what me dog is. He looks like this one.

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Anonymous

Our full pedigree TT has 2 blue eyes. The original reservers of him saw him as a puppy with blue eyes and rejected him because they couldn't show him. Their loss because he is the most gorgeous boy and our family wouldn't be without him. He is also stands about 2 inches taller at the shoulder than our second TT who is breed standard. But both have black noses, hope this helps
12/11/2011 5:59:12 AM

Anonymous

My dog Azura has ice blue eyes and I'm 99% sure she's a Tibetan. If anyone wants to trade pictures of their blue eyed Tibetans to compare, email me at x70x@msn.com -Michael
10/15/2012 5:02:30 PM

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