Their large, sturdy “snowshoe” feet are a unique feature of the Tibetan Terrier, adapted to manoeuvre mountainous terrains.
Tibetan Terriers are robust, medium-sized dogs. They wear the determined expression of a working dog, after centuries employed in their native region, not as a terrier, but as a sheepdog.
Their instincts for herding and driving are so well developed that, when out walking with the family, Tibetan Terriers will always turn towards the group. Health-wise, the breed is very robust.
Source: key facts and characteristics sourced from Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI)
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