Known as the “Luck Bringer” by the people of Tibet, the Tibetan Terrier is a friendly medium-sized dog. He was raised by Buddhists who nicknamed him as the “Holy Dog”. This special breed was regarded so highly that the Tibetans never sold it. Instead, they gave the dog to others as a thank-you gift. The Tibetan terrier is nothing like the rest of the terrier dogs. He’s moderate as far as activity is concerned, loving, mild-tempered, and such a people-pleaser. Thanks to all these qualities, Tibetan terrier mixes are springing up everywhere these days. Here are the 7 popular crossbreeds of the Tibetan terrier.
1. Golden Tibetan Tertriever (Tibetan Terrier and Golden retriever)
Despite being of different sizes, the German shepherd and the Tibetan Terrier can be combined to give the Golden Tibetan Tertriever. This designer dog can take after either parent in terms of looks, temperament, and maintenance requirements. No matter which side he leans towards, this canine is very active. Both daddy and mommy are active dogs that take part in agility sports. This is no canine buddy for a lazy pet parent. He is high on maintenance as both parents are heavy shedders. You will have to vacuum your house regularly and brush him several times a week to ensure no loose hairs fill your surfaces. On the positive side, this mix is an intelligent, adorable, and people-loving dog.
2. Tibecot (Tibetan Terrier and Coton de Tulear)
Both the Tibetan Terrier and the Coton de Tulear are somewhat similar in height and weight. When mixed, they give an offspring of about 13-22 lbs. and a height of 11-24 inches. The Tibecot is a highly sensitive little dog known for giving unmatched attention to his owners’ emotions. His coat is super dense and thus shreds very heavily. However, it is manageable if you have a good vacuum cleaner and a dog brush. As for exercise requirements, this dog is average. He doesn’t mind living in an apartment as long as you give him daily walks around the neighborhood.
3. Kobetan (Tibetan Terrier and Cocker Spaniel)
The Kobetan is a beautiful dog resulting from breeding the Tibetan Terrier and the Cocker Spaniel. Standing at a height of about 15 inches and weighing between 22-27 pounds, this is clearly a medium-sized mutt. He is a high-energy dog that needs plenty of physical stimulation to be happy. He is therefore recommended for people living in homes with big yards. If you can’t afford a big home, you will have to make up for it by giving your dog long walks several times a day. Kobetans have high maintenance coats but often, they are hypoallergenic and won’t do any harm to allergic owners.
4. Ttoodle (Tibetan Terrier and Poodle)
If you love the Poodle and the Tibetan Terrier, you will be blown away by the Ttoodle which is the cross between the two purebred dogs. Both parents score very high in the looks department which means their offspring is a beauty to behold. This hybrid dog features a unique coat that can be lightweight or thicker and denser. In general, the Ttoodle is an adaptable, intelligent mutt that does well in different settings. His talents come in many forms including agility, protection, obedience, tricks, jogging, and competitive obedience. Most typical sizes include 32-45 lbs. and 15-19 inches for males and 32-44 lbs. and 14-19 inches for females.
5. Tibepillon Terrier (Tibetan Terrier and Papillon)
The Tibepillon is a hybrid between the Tibetian Terrier and the papillon. His weight ranges between 9 and 17 pounds with a height of 10-13 inches. Pet owners who can’t stand noisy dogs find this pooch the best match for them. Tibepillons don’t bark for no reason. They are also very graceful and polite even with strangers. Caring for them is considerably easy. The only problem is that they love human company so much that they can get separation anxiety if left alone for too long.
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6. Lhasa Apso Tibetan Terrier (Tibetan Terrier and Lhasa Apso)
With both parents being double-coated, the Lhasa Apso Tibetan Terrier is a shaggy little canine that blends the looks of his folks. He is a true watchdog who will always bark when an intruder approaches the house. In return, he demands plenty of attention and love from his owners.
7. Tibetan Terrier Bichon Frise (Tibetan Terrier and Bichon Frise)
The Tibetan Terrier Bichon Frise is the last hybrid dog on this list. It is a newcomer but one who has stolen his way to the hearts of many. This canine stands at a height of 10-15 inches and weighs anything from 9.6 and 21.6 pounds. His trait can be like that of the Bichon Frise or the Tibetan Terrier. Typically, he is a good family dog who is a friend to all (other pets, kids, and strangers). He’s relatively easy to groom but needs a lot of exercises to expend his energy.
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ConclusioTibetian Terrier mixes are wonderful friends of man. Pet owners who want the qualities of two dogs in one can look into adopting any of the mixes above. They will bring so much joy and meaning to your life for as long as they live.
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