Though called a terrier, the Tibetan Terrier is not actually a part of the terrier group. They have long and sometimes shaggy looking coats on a squarely proportioned body. A soft undercoat comes under a thick and long over coat. Their medium head and floppy ears give their face a kooky and happy appearance. Feathering over their tails and legs and long eyebrows complete the look!
Tibetan Terrier's aren't fussy eaters and do well with two small meals a day! Keep an eye on them so they do not become overweight from greedy feeding.
The double coat of the Tibetan Terrier will require regular grooming to maintain, brushing every couple of days will be enough to remove any loose hairs or knots. Brushing is best when the coat is moisturised and problem spots tend to be around the beard, feathering on the legs, tail and stomach. Baths every week or two will be important and trimming around the ears will help prevent ear infections.
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