Tibetan Terrier Dog Breed Information - American Kennel Club
Right breed for you? Tibetan Terrier information including personality, history, grooming, pictures, videos, how to find a Tibetan Terrier and AKC standard.
Tibetan Terrier Dog Breed Information
Tibetan Terriers have a nice, middle-of-the-road temperament and are suitable for many types of homes. Learn more about Tibetan Terriers, including grooming, training, health problems, history, adoption, finding a good breeder, and more.
Tibetan Terrier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Tibetan Terrier is a medium-size breed of dog that originated in Tibet. Despite its name, it is not a member of the terrier group. The breed was given its English name by European travelers due to its resemblance to known terrier breeds.
Tibetan Terrier Club of America
Tibetan Terrier Club of America, an AKC affiliate
Tibetan Terrier Dog Breed Information, Pictures, Characteristics & Facts - Dogtime
Tibetan Terrier information including pictures, training, behavior, and care of Tibetan Terriers and dog breed mixes.
PetMD - Tibetan Terrier
The Tibetan Terrier evolved in Tibet's extreme climate and difficult terrain. It has a protective double coat, compact size, unique foot construction, and great agility.
Tibetan Terrier Information and Pictures - PetGuide
The Tibetan Terrier is an intelligent and mischievous dog that will be dedicated to its family. An excellent companion that is happy in most homes.
Tibetan Terrier Dog Breed Information - PetWave
Tibetan Terrier Dog Breed Guide: Get in depth information about the Tibetan Terrier and start learning what makes this breed of dog so unique.
Tibetan Terrier Dog Breed Information, Facts, Photos, Care - Pets4Homes
Despite the name, Tibetan Terriers are not actually members of the Terrier group at all. Their history is ambiguous and in their native lands they are called the Tsang Apso.
Tibetan Terrier - Dog Breed Health
The Tibetan Terrier is not actually a terrier but was used as a herding dog. His small to medium size makes him a popular pet, however his typically lively and assertive personality requires firm handling. He needs about an hour's exercise every day and is best suited to a house with a garden. His long, thick coat needs daily grooming and it would be best for him to have professional grooming a couple of times a year.
Tibetan Terrier - Dog Breeds Plus
This is a medium sized breed of dog originated in Tibet. This dog is not from terrier group despite of its name but also it was named by European travelers who thought of them for being close resembling with terriers. This is hardy breed capable of working in extreme climatic and terrain conditions of its home country
The Tibetan Terrier - Pet Health Network
The Tibetan Terrier isn't actually a terrier at all and was named as such only because of his size. He is very much Tibetan though and lived with the monks in monasteries as far back as 2000 years ago. The Tibetan has always been a companion dog; although, he was occasionally used to help with the chores.