Tibetan Spaniel...


Small monastery dogs, thought to be early representatives of the Tibetan Spaniel, loyally trailed behind their Lama masters and came to be regarded as "little Lions", thus giving them great value and prestige. The Tibetan Spaniel is a small, highly intelligent dog, originating in the Himalayan mountains of Tibet. Not a true Spaniel; its breeding and role differs quite a bit (Spaniels are gun dogs). Being an active breed, the Tibetan Spaniel needs regular exercise, but this can be achieved easily by play with children or a walk which does not need to be all that long. Tibbies, as they are often called, make excellent housepets for all people, including families with small children.

The Tibby coat is soft and silky, medium to short in length, with a fine and dense undercoat. The Tibetan Spaniel is an average shedder with a moderately long, silky coat. Brushing a few times a week will usually see it kept in good order, with the occasional bath when the need arises. The ears and teeth need to be kept clean, the nails clipped, and the hair between the pads of the feet trimmed.

Tibetan Spaniel

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