Tibetan Spaniel

With a blunt muzzle and big expressive eyes, a “lion’s mane” around the neck, and a plumed tail elegantly curving over the back, the Tibetan Spaniel is not a spaniel in the Western sense, like Cockers or Cavaliers. Instead, Tibbies recall the ancient traditions that produced Pekes, Pugs, Lhasas, and other unmistakably Asian breeds. Tibetan Spaniels stand about 10 inches at the shoulder; they move quickly and with purpose. They’re seen in coats of many colors and combinations.

Tibetan spaniel sitting on a chair

Tibetan Spaniel Presentation: Who’s at Fault?

  With the openness of social media, we can “talk” to those near and far. Problems or issues abound and can scatter across the globe. Is any one person at fault, or do exhibitors, breeders, and judges all share in ...