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14 Interesting Facts About the Tibetan Terrier




#7 The Tibetan people believed that mistreating or selling a Tibetan Terrier would cause bad luck to both the family and the village. This superstition protected the dogs.

#8 The Tibetan Terrier can be easy to train with positive reinforcement techniques such as praise, play, and food rewards.

#9 The Tibetan Terrier requires frequent brushing and a bath at least once per month.

#10 Tibetan Terriers make great watchdogs and will bark when they see or hear anything unusual.

#11 Barking is a favorite pastime for a Tibetan Terrier. He’ll bark when people come to the door, when he sees or hears something unusual, or just out of boredom.

#12 Tibetan Terriers thrive on human companionship and do best in homes where they get plenty of attention and aren’t left alone for long periods.

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