Baxter is Tibetan terrier number two on here. Move over, Cici, you’ll have to share the limelight!
Every time I go down to Fillmore Street during the day, I meet at least one unusual breed.
They’re usually pretty friendly, too.
Oh my, could this dog be any cuter?? Thanks for brightening my day!
Could only be cuter if his chin were resting on my foot right now. Alas, someone else got him first.
Tibetan terriers are now officially on my shortlist of dog breeds to look into, when and if I can get a dog. Every single one I’ve met has been happy and friendly, has liked both humans and other dogs, and has not leapt all over people or been otherwise overly excitable. They seem like awesome dogs. And so cute!
I’ve been following a Tibetan Terrier blog (The Princess Tales) – Zena (the TT) says that Tibetan Terriers generally adore 1 person only. After the TT that she lived with passed away, they added a standaard poodle to the family since they generally like everyone. I don’t know if that is true of the breed, but it could be an important factor when narrowing down possible dog breeds?? I wish I could have one too!
Isn’t that interesting? Well, I would clearly need to do more research…
Aw so cute! I have a Tibetan Terrier and he does adore our family only. He’s very affectionate, but protective. However, if they’re socialized at a young age, they should be fine. 🙂
Baxter is totally fine… he is polite to everyone. He just is sort of a bit indifferent. Sniff, sniff, oh, you’re okay, nice to meet you, and now I’m going to ignore you. He’s such a gorgeous dog, thought, that I didn’t even mind. 🙂
Edit: Oops! Actually, I was thinking of another dog. Baxter was a real sweetheart.
Hi my name is patyour husband and I are looking for a golden.puppy.
I’m afraid I don’t know any breeders myself, but good luck in your search!
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