The Tibetan Terrier is a companion dog that originated in the Tibetan area of China.
Appearance & Grooming
The Tibetan Terrier is a small dog. The breed has a dense double coat in white, gray, black, and silver. The Tibetan Terrier sheds seasonally and requires brushing three times per week when shedding.
Behavior & Disposition
The Tibetan Terrier is known for its affectionate, reserved, sensitive, and active personality. They tend to play well with older children. However, adult supervision is recommended when playing with younger children and other dogs.
The Tibetan Terrier has a high activity level, but it is still easy for the breed to become overweight. For optimal health, the Tibetan Terrier should be carefully monitored for calorie consumption and should have daily walks.
The Tibetan Terrier is a independent dog, and it is easy to train this breed. However, compulsive training methods are not effective. Trust with their dog parents is the key element needed to train this breed.