Good with Kids:
The Tibetan Terrier is an ideal family pet that is easy to train and quite intelligent. They do better when kept in good condition. They are not very demanding dogs.
Country of origin:
Medium sized dog breeds
Non-sporting dog breeds (AKC)(UKC)
Beneath the cuddly appearance this a tough. Brave dog, that is lively, vigilant, equable, intelligent, noble, and cheerful. They are dedicates to their handler and some-what cautious with strangers, and can be dominant towards other dogs. They do not cope well with being left alone.
The shoulder-height is 35.43cm (14 â 17in) for dogs the bitches are slightly smaller.
In company with other dogs, this breed can be rather dominant. They need to be sociable training when young with cats and other household animals if they are to live in harmony with them. Provided children do not pester them, it will in turn cause no problem for them.
They have a double coat: the topical is long, luxuriant, fine, and either straight or wavy; the undercoat is dense and woolly. The colour are black, white, various shades of beige or grey, and multi-coloured.
To prevent tangles and remove loose hair, it is necessary to brush this dog every day. Do not overlook those place where tangles from most ready, such as beneath the leg joints, the beard, and the hindquarters. Bath regularly and remove excess hair from the ear passage. Clip any build-up of hair between the pads of the feet.
Train them in a calm, equable manner. They are sensitive by nature and react very well to the intonation of your voice.