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Tibetan Spaniel

Tibetan Spaniel

The Tibetan Spaniel is a rare little fellow that hails from Ancient Asia. These guys helped guard the monasteries for Buddhist monks in Tibet. While they are hard to find nowadays, they make wonderful little companions.

Illustration courtesy of the Swedish Kennel Club

Quick Facts


Height

Male: 9.5-10.5in

Female: 9.5-10.5in

Weight

Male: 9-15lb

Female: 9-15lb

Fun Fact

Tibetan Spaniels have popped up in early Eastern art, dating back to 1100 BC.

About this Breed

Tibetan Spaniels are small little guys that go all the way back to Ancient Asia. They were bred with the intent of guarding monasteries for Buddhist monks. They almost resemble small lions, a look that was highly valued by the monks. This is an intelligent and rare breed that is quick to learn. Being that they were originally used as guard dogs, they can be quite vocal when bored. These are low energy dogs that require a bit of grooming to maintain that silky double coat. Tibetan Spaniels value human companionship dearly and can make excellent lap dogs.

Tibetan Spaniels on Embark

Explore some Embark dogs that share Tibetan Spaniel ancestry.

  • Laila

    Laila

    Purebred

    Kimchi

    Kimchi

    Purebred

    Improv Ima Glamour Girl

    Improv Ima Glamour Girl

    Purebred

    Bandit

    Bandit

    Purebred

Favorite Names

For Males

  1. Bandit
  2. Chase
  3. Ch. Tibroke's Tell Someone Who Cares
  4. GCH Improv Flolin Chasin' The Sun
  5. Rango

For Females

  1. Ani
  2. Improv Ima Glamour Girl
  3. Kimchi
  4. Laila
  5. Libby
  6. Maisie
  7. Miss Squigglebottom

Common Locations

  1. Ohio, United States
  2. Illinois, United States
  3. Texas, United States
  4. Michigan, United States
  5. Delaware, United States
  6. Missouri, United States
  7. Wales, United Kingdom
  8. Rhode Island, United States

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