We will introduce and explain the characteristics, personality, and training (care) methods of pet Tibetan Terriers. It is said to be a dog that brings happiness. It is characterized by its very rich hair. As this is a dog breed whose hair continues to grow, grooming is essential. Although they require a lot of care, they are very cute dogs and you will definitely love them. Males are 38-40cm long, and females are smaller than males. Both males and females weigh between 8 and 15 kg.
The Tibetan Terrier is a medium-sized terrier and is a popular dog with a tall body that can be found in encyclopedias. This dog originated in China and Tibet, where it is considered a curious and sacred dog, and is now kept as a pet or show dog in many parts of the world. This is a small dog that was originally bred and managed every day at a Lama temple as a guardian dog that was not allowed outside the temple. Because it is a large dog, it is also useful as a guard dog, and its coat color ranges from black to white. They like exercise and need to be taken for walks, so they need to be trained from the time they are puppies, which takes some work.
Hair grows well. Brush and comb once or twice a week to keep it clean. Protect your ears from otitis externa by cleaning your ears, as red ears tend to accumulate on your ears. Although it is a small dog, it has endurance and agility. The coat is a breed of dog that lived in Tibet, which is a harsh environment with a double coat.
Selfish, gentle and gentle personality. It is a breed of dog that is easy to get along with its owner, and will treat you with affection. Since he was active as an escort dog, he may be wary of strangers and may be shy.
They are prone to hip dysplasia, patellar dislocation and cataracts. Since this is a breed of dog whose hair keeps growing, if you do not trim it, you may get hair on your eyes and suffer from eye diseases such as keratitis.
It has been bred at the Lama Monastery in Tibet for 2000 years. In Tibet, as a member of the family, he was treated like a child, escorting livestock such as sheep and cows, and sometimes helping to guide herds. He was also active as a guard dog on the way back to the merchant. It is currently bred as pets and show dogs outside Tibet.