The Tibetan Terrier is a medium-sized dog with well-balanced proportions, a powerful build, and effortless gait. They have medium-length, heavily furnished tails that curl up and fall over their backs. Tibetan Terriers also have large eyes and pendant ears.
Lifespan: 12–16 yr
Height: 14–16 in
Weight: 18–33 lb
Despite their long hair, Tibetan Terriers require minimal grooming. Their coats can withstand the elements, which means this breed Like all breeds, Tibetan Terriers benefit from a regular dental care routine that includes at-home teeth brushing and professional cleanings.
Feed Tibetan Terriers a high-quality dog food that is appropriate for their life stage (puppy, adult, senior). These dogs are not prone to overeating and will often savor their food, even leaving some behind. It’s still best to portion out their food with a measuring cup and ensure that treats make up no more than 10 percent of their daily calories to avoid overfeeding.
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