The Tibetan Terrier is an ancient breed said to have originated in the Lost Valley of Tibet some 2,000 years ago.

Puppy-proofing your home

Puppies are busy and love to explore. Ensure your home will be a safe environment.

Check all electrical cords. To minimize the risk of the pup finding and chewing them, tack long cords against baseboards or run them under furniture and carpets.

While this isn't often an issue now, it is still important to check. If your home is older, beware of the possibility of lead base paint, putty, caulking compounds or linoleum base.

Are stair or balcony railing close enough together to prevent your pup from falling through? If not, tack something up to block the gaps, or keep him away from these areas.

Keep poisonous substances out of reach (bleach, detergents, liquid cleaners, mothballs, pesticides, antifreeze and medications are just some examples).

Check your yard to ensure there are no gaps in the fence that a small puppy might be able to escape through and repair as necessary.

Ensure poisonous plants are not accessible.

Contact Us

If you have any questions about the breed or are interested in a puppy, please contact Terri at:

(604) 857-0571   |   kyeri1@telus.net

Preparing for your puppy