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||Sweet, gentle and loving, the Tibetan Terrier is lively,
mild, and fun, but can be a bit willful. Reserved with strangers, but very dedicated
to their owners, they are not happy when left alone.
|Country of Origin:
||Any color (or combination of colors) except for
||The Tibetan Terrier requires an extensive amount of
grooming and should be brushed every 2-3 days to remove loose hair and prevent tangles.
Never brush a dry coat; mist it with conditioner and water to ease brushing. Pay extra
attention beneath the leg joints, the beard, and the hindquarters. The dog should be given
regular baths - once every week or two. Remove excess hair from the ear passages. Clip any
build-up of hair between pads of the feet. If the dog is not going to be shown, it can be
clipped short, especially in the summer. This breed sheds little to no hair. It does not
shed seasonally, but will drop some hair if kept in full coat. The Tibetan Terrier is good
for allergy sufferers when their coats are kept very well groomed.
|Good With Children:
|Good With Pets:
|Good With Strangers:
||This breed can be very flea sensitive