We have two absolutely gorgeous Tibetan Terrier boys looking for their new homes. Lovingly raised in a home environment with us, and our other animals (including birds, dogs, cat etc!)Cheeky, playful, mischievous, funny, outgoing and confident puppies who are in to everything, and always put a smile on your face!They will be well socialised, used to lots of different animals, and all household noises..The puppies are pure breed Tibetans, but will not be KC Reg. Their Mum can of course be seen- this is a first time litter for her and she has been the best Mum you could ever imagine. Her temperament is second to none, and she is now putting all her energy in to teaching the puppies to play (which is her favourite thing in the world!). She has had all of her health checks- PRA, NCL etc, and the stud dog we used also had his health checks and hips scored too. Very low inbreeding coefficient between the two dogs. Puppies are now 6 weeks old, and they will be vet checked- have had their first vaccination, and be microchipped and flead before they leave for their new homes. (They have been wormed routinely from 2 weeks). We would prefer to keep the puppies until around 10 weeks.. but are more than happy to hold a puppy for longer if you need. Tibetan terriers are a brilliant medium sized breed which are perfect for family life- but they are not a breed for everyone- so please do your research before taking one on.. they are extremely affectionate, and playful, but are quite a high energy breed, and are very intelligent- so need plenty of exercise both mentally and physically. They are a long coated breed, and if kept in full coat, their coat takes time to keep in great condition.Please feel free to ask any questions you may have, and you are more than welcome to come and visit the puppies before making decisions. We want the very best of homes for these dogs, and will not just let them go to the first person to enquire. Please tell me about yourself and your home when getting in touch. We want to keep in touch to see how they get on as they get older.A £100 non-refundable deposit will secure your pup until he is ready.
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