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I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Beckett is a very good watchdog for his size and is friendly with other dogs and non-canines when introduced slowly and gently.
Beckett loves to go on walks and would thrive in a household where there is a strong pack leader that gives him structure and at least one, preferably two daily walks.
Beckett is a social being, assuming every one he meets is a potential friend. He’s more “wag” than dog and is ready to spend the rest of his life in a good home that will love him. Can you help him on his journey?
BREED: Tibetan Terrier, neutered male, white, 6 months, 11 lbs
DID YOU KNOW? Tibetan Terriers are not related to other terrier breeds, but are called terriers because breeds of this size were often classified as terriers in England where the dogs were first introduced to the Western World.
The Tibetan Terrier should be brushed every 2-3 days to remove loose hair and prevent tangles. Never brush a dry coat; mist it with conditioner and water to ease brushing. Pay extra attention beneath the leg joints, the beard, and the hindquarters. The dog should be given regular baths - once every 2-3 weeks. Excess hair should be removed from the ear passages and between pads of the feet. Although they are considered non-shedding they do shed somewhat on a yearly basis but not daily. The Tibetan Terrier is good for allergy sufferers when their coats are kept very well groomed.
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