The Tibetan Terrier is not really a terrier at all, but rather classified in the nonsporting group. They are rare in the United States today. They are very independent , but yet have cat-like feet which they love to wrap as arms around you to give hugs. They are exceptionally attached to their owners and gentle with children. Tibetans are wary of strangers and will generally take six steps back when someone is met at the door rather than bounding towards them. They rarely bark. The parents can have pups of any color, so litters are always a surprise. They stand 14 to 16 inches at the shoulder at the withers and weigh 18 to 31 pounds. This is a low-shedding dog as with a regular grooming/brushing routine any dead hair is simply brushed out. They have a life span of 14-16 years.
Puppies will carry an American coat. Each puppy arrives with a 1 year health guarantee, copies of vet checks performed, and current on vaccinations and wormings. Each puppy has a microchip implanted for the prot