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Tibetan Terrier: Characteristics, Exercise, Health
Group: AKC Non-sporting Group,
KCGB Utility Group, Herding
AKC Ranking: 95
About Tibetan Terrier
Country of Origin, History of the breed
This ancient breed has contributed
to all other Tibetan breeds including the
Lhasa Apso, Tibetan Spaniel, and Shih Tzu.
They were bred by Tibetan monks and were given
to people as “luck” and never
The Tibetan Terrier is primarily
a pet and companion. They are good at obedience
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A General Appearance of
The square-shaped, long-haired
Tibetan Terrier looks more like a sheepdog than
a terrier. He is a medium-sized dog with a large,
well-furred face that looks happy. The Tibetan Terrier’s
feet are large and flat, but well-furred, giving
a snowshoe effect. He walks or floats on top of
Any coat color (or combination
of colors) including white is acceptable except
The Tibetan Terrier’s double
coat protects all of his body including his face.
The long, fine, outer coat can be straight or wavy
while the undercoat is soft and woolly.
Height: Male and female: 14 –
Weight: 18 – 30 lbs
Temperament of the Dog
The Tibetan Terrier is lively
but sturdy, alert and intelligent but shy with strangers.
He is good-natured and loyal. He has many engaging
ways that endear him to those who love him. He loves
being a family member.
He has lots of energy so needs
an average-sized fenced yard as well as someone
to play with him and walk him. This is an agile
dog with lots of endurance.
The Tibetan Terrier is sweet and
loving, very dedicated to their owners and very
unhappy when not included in activities or left
alone. He does best with older children. He has
a deep bark he likes to use – it sounds like
a rising siren.
The Tibetan Terrier can be very
dominant with other dogs. Start training early as
he becomes willful and resistant. Personalities
vary considerably, so meet both parents and talk
with the breeder.
In the United States, the Tibetan
Terrier’s bloodlines vary considerably in
terms of height, coat, and personality. Be sure
to get to know both parents and talk extensively
with the breeder.
Better suited to an indoor
or outdoor lifestyle?
He can live in a cold, snowy climate.
However, he likes to be with his people, so probably
should not be left outside.
Are they suited to homes with kids?
He does best with older children.
How Active is the Breed?
The Tibetan Terrier is an energetic
breed that likes to run and play. He becomes fairly
inactive indoors as he matures.
How Much Exercise Does
the Dog Need at every stage of its Life?
The Tibetan Terrier has plenty
of energy. He needs plenty of opportunities to run
and can do that in a well-fenced yard or a dog park.
He can live in an apartment or a home with a small,
fenced yard. Daily long walks will be much appreciated.
Although heavily coated, he is
a moderate shedder who needs brushing two to three
times a week. Do not brush his coat dry; mist it
with conditioner and water to ease brushing. Be
vigilant of leg joints, beard, and hindquarters.
Clip hair between pads of the feet. A bath will
be needed once every week or two.
This breed sheds very little.
It can be clipped in the summer if you desire. Allergy
sufferers can have this breed, but it takes quite
a bit of work in terms of grooming.
Possible health concerns are lens
luxation and cataracts and other eye problems, hip
dysplasia, and luxated patella. He is extremely
Life Span: They
live 12-14 years.
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