Breeding dogs is a labour of love.

Their health and well-being is of primary importance. 

Planned litters

We are tentatively planning two litters for 2019. Please check back later for details.

Puppies

The goals of our breeding program are to preserve and protect the Tibetan Terrier breed, and to produce puppies that are a joy to their owners. Proper breed type, good health, nice temperaments and physical soundness are all equally important in achieving these goals. All breeding stock is certified clear of hip displaysia and NCL. They also have their eyes examined by a canine ophthalmologist, have their patellas checked and if they are particolour they are also BAER tested to ensure they have full hearing.

Our puppies are raised in the house where they receive a lot of attention and human interaction. They also get used to the sights and sounds of a normal household, such as the vacuum cleaner, washing machine, dryers, etc. Their socialization also includes being introduced to a variety of surfaces including carpet, tile, laminate flooring, cement, grass and yes even dirt.

All our puppies are registered with the Canadian Kennel Club. They are microchipped and have their first vaccination at the age of 8 weeks. They also will have been dewormed.  

As we invest so much time and care into raising our puppies, we want to ensure the transition to their new homes is done with the minimum amount of stress. Therefore we expect new owners to come and pick up their puppies in person. Every Kyeri Tibetan Terrier is sold on the condition that if for any reason you cannot keep the dog, I will always take it back. Non-breeding quality dogs are sold on a spay/neuter contract. This is not only for the health of the dog, but provides many conveniences to the owner. Show quality dogs are sold on a co-ownership basis.

Naming puppies is a lot of fun. All my puppies have a "call" name once their personalities start to develop. Then they have their official registered name. I like to use the names Tibetan monasteries for this. One of the fun parts about this is learning the history of the monasteries the pups are named after.

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