||The Tibetan Spaniel is intelligent and devoted. A brave watch dog, he enjoys the outdoors where he can run and play. This breed gets along well with other dogs.
||All colors and mixtures, white allowed on feet.
||The coat is double, with a flat-lying, silky outer coat of moderate length and a longer mane. The tail is plumed, and long feathering grows from between the toes.
||Tibetan Spaniels are cautious with strangers. They do not bark a lot and are watchful, intelligent, and brave.
||The Tibetan Spaniel is independent, bold, and stuborn, but it is also sensitive and biddable. It has a happy attitude and it is an exceptionally enjoyable and fastidious housedog. It is amiable with other dogs and animals, but reserved with strangers.
||The Tibetan Spaniel requires regular grooming with a brush. The ears should be kept clean.
||This breed learns very quickly, though it has a stubborn streak. A consistent training approach is best.
||The Tibetan Spaniel needs three walks a day and needs to be allowed to run off the leash in the yard.
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||This breed is not prone to major problems, but may overheat or have respiratory problems, due to their short face.
Minor concern: Patellar luxation (knee), most common in small dogs.