Tibetan Terrier Breed

Gentle and willing to please, the Tibetan Terrier is a true companion.


You could say that Ch. Players Prodigy, “RJ,” lives two lives. Along with co-owner and handler David Murray of California, the 4-year-old Tibetan Terrier hits the show trail every weekend, then spends the week between shows just being a house pet, dividing his time between going for walks and sleeping on the couch.

It's a recipe that works well: Currently the nation's top-ranked Tibetan Terrier, RJ was named Best of Breed at the 2007 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show — a repeat of his 2006 Westminster win.

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Mia   Denison, Texas

8/2/2014 1:37:03 PM

My Tibetan Terrier has been a great companion for me. A very smart breed indeed. Romeo is 2-1/2 years old. Grooming is essential. Baths twice a month with a local groomer. Brush Romeo every other day or if he has a romp in the country I brush him right away to remove foreign debris. I have the time to provide to Romeo the care that is required with a Tibetan Terrier. I prefer his hair to be long but you can always opt to a puppy cut. Brushing is still necessary. Every dog sheds. TT's shed clumps. Easier for pickup. He is very lovable and I wouldn't trade him for the world! Please, please be committed to any pet but especially one that requires more care!

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