Tibetan Terrier...

 

This is an ancient breed that has contributed to the development of all other Tibetan breeds, from the Shih-Tzu to the Lhasa Apso, including the Tibetan Spaniel. The appearance of the Tibetan Terrier is that of a powerful, medium sized dog of square proportions, with a shaggy coat. Overall, there should be a feel of balance. Fully grown, he or she should look like a miniaturized Old English Sheepdog. They are amiable and affectionate family dogs, sensitive to their owners and gentle with older children.

The double coat is profuse, with a warm undercoat and a topcoat which has the texture of human hair. 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 ears should be kept clean, with excess hair in the ear passages removed, and the hair around the eyes and between the pads should be trimmed. To reduce the amount of grooming, this breed can be clipped short, and many owners choose to do so especially in the summer. Baths or dry shampoos should be given only when necessary, and a mild shampoo should be used.

Tibetan Terrier

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