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Click here to read the Breed Standard for the Tibetan Terrier.
The time to make sure that the Tibetan Terrier is the right breed for you is before you bring him home. If you and your dog are going to be a good match speak to breeders, Breed Clubs, and generally find out as much as you can about the breed.
Understanding dog psychology, and what his motivations are will save a lot of confusion and misunderstandings for both you and him. Many mistakes can be avoided, and quick solutions reached if you have the basics of puppy training to guide you through all the early settling in difficulties. It helps, too, to have some idea of basic healthcare so you can make informed judgements about whether a visit to the vet is necessary or if there is a simple remedy. For example, many cases of upset tummies are best cured by 24 hour starvation. The books we have chosen will be able to guide you as to whether your dog can be treated at home, or a visit to the surgery is necessary.
Tibetan Terrier Breed Clubs
Tibetan Terrier Rescue and Rehoming
Tibetan Terrier Association Rescue
Mike Gilchrist Co-ordinator Tyne & Wear 0191 385 3645
Sue Dykes Glasgow 01355 303448
Janet Bacon Lancs 01772 718676
Audrey Murray Lincs 01522 868375
Val Fensome Glos 01594 562402
Glen Davies Northants 01536 762111
Roslyn Gilbert Cornwall 01752 844140
Marianne Erskine-Jones Hants 01794 340657
Pam Davis London 0208 368 2538
Tibetan Terrier Breeders
Ethical breeders are invited to register their kennel on Puppyfinder for just £10pa. This allows you to list litters, litters planned and stud dogs