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Funny how life happens...When we moved here 15 years ago and started this breeding business we had no clue where it would take us, and all the fabulous people we'd meet! What an amazing journey it has been. Now it's time for our next chapter. We are making a pretty big move from Colorado to Minnesota in June 2016 (YES, that is coming up soon!!!) We will still be breeding, but not nearly to the extent that we currently are. AND, we'll be taking a little break for awhile. You WILL continue to hear from us thru newsletters.

We have found some wonderful breeders that you should be able to continue to work with. As these breeders have puppies, we will let you know, as we have been doing for the past 15 years. Again, thank you for making this journey such a memorable one!

Denise at Tibetan Terriers with Love in Golden breeds fabulous pups, and will be breeding Tibetans and Ttoodles..she can be reached at Tibetan Terriers with Love

This litter of gorgeous puppies, born on September 26, 2015, and will be ready for their new homes late November, 2015.

These pictures were updated on November 11, 2015.

The Girls:

Lime Collar Female SOLD & Congrats Heather & Gio from Sante Fe., NM

Yellow Collar Female SOLD & Congrats Debbie & family

The Boys

Blue Collar Male SOLD & Congrats John from AZ

Black Collar Male SOLD & COngrats Julie & Family

The prices on the Tibetan Terriers:

Males: $1585, Females: $1585.

The list for this litter of Tibetan Terriers:

Heather & Gio from Sante Fe., NM Lime Collar Female

John from AZ, Blue Collar male

Debbie from Denver Yellow Collar Female

Julie from Denver Black Collar Male

The Proud Parents

Tibby:

Kendall

The puppies napping with Bailey, our kitty!!!

Meet Sherpa, a Tibetan from the last Lacey/Irish Litter:

Hi Rick and Kathy,

Shane and I just wanted to check in and let you know how Sherpa is doing. He is such a wonderful dog! We have both bonded with him so much and he has such a personality. He picked up potty training in no time and he's learning obedience. He can sit, lay, come, shake, and high five. We've traveled with him quite a bit. He went to Boise with us for a race in early June and he's been to Steamboat several times. He just adapts to wherever he's taken and has no problem riding in the car - even on the 10 hour drive to Boise. (He slept on my lap most of the way). He doesn't have an aggressive bone in his body. He loves all people and animals and he's just a happy dog. We are doing our best to keep it that way. We live right across from a large park with an off leash dog area. I'm pretty conservative about letting him off the leash if there are more than a few dogs there because I just worry about him wanting to play with a dog and the other dog not being into it. We had one or two instances where the dogs were not friendly and I would hate to see him get timid around other dogs. Shane adores him! For someone who didn't want a dog he is so protective of him and is always down on the ground playing with him. However, he's a total mamma's boy!! He follows me everywhere. We have a lot of movie nights and Sherpa will snuggle up with me. He's sleeping in the bed (of course!!). He has his own little spot and loves it. He gets up at 5:45 on the dot and I'm always about half awake but I can sense him just looking at me - he never jumps on me or causes a stir, he just sits there and looks at me. Most of the time I will get up and we go to the park to play, but sometimes I need a few minutes and I say "sherpa just give mom ten minutes" and he will hop back into bed and snuggle for another few minutes. Anyway, I just wanted to let you know is doing fantastic and he is the best, cutest dog in the world! We absolutely adore him and you can trust he has a really good home. I attached some pictures of him, but they are after he's been running around outside so he's a little dirty. When I give him a bath I will send some more pictures -- he's a really great looking dog when I have him cleaned and brushed. Thanks again for giving us such a wonderful little guy! Shane and Kelly

Both parents are AKC registered, all puppies will be AKC registered, up to date on shots and wormers, and come with a complete puppy care packet.

"Thank you for your hard work so that my family could love and enjoy our little Abbie!!

With Much Gratitude!"

Brad, Christie, Donovan, Brianna and ABBIE!!!!

About the Tibetan Terrier

Sweet, gentle and loving, the Tibetan Terrier is lively, mild, and fun, but can be a bit willful. Reserved with strangers, but very dedicated to their owners, they are not happy when left alone. This breed does best with older, considerate children. This is a brave, intelligent, medium-sized dog and is a particularly good watch dog. Its bark is deep like a rising siren. When the Tibetan Terrier is with other dogs it can try to dominate. In the United States, Tibetan Terriers' bloodlines vary in terms of height, coat, and personality. The Tibetan Terrier has great agility as well as endurance.

The Tibetan Terrier evolved over many centuries, surviving in Tibet's extreme climate and difficult terrain. The breed developed a protective double coat, compact size, unique foot construction, and great agility. The Tibetan Terrier served as a steadfast, devoted companion in all of his owner's endeavors.

This is an ancient breed that has contributed to the development of all other Tibetan breeds, from the Shih-Tzu to the Lhasa Apso, including the Tibetan Spaniel. Originally bred by Tibetan monks, it was considered to be "lucky" and dogs were often given as gifts, but never sold. Dr. A.R.H. Grieg given several dogs, the first by a grateful patient, and by the Dalai Lama himself. She later established a Tibetan Terrier kennel in England. In 1956 Dr. Henry and Mrs. Alice Murphy of Great Falls, Virginia, imported the first Tibetan Terriers into the USA and later got them recognized with the AKC. In the United States, the Tibetan Terrier is primarily a pet and companion. This breed is available mostly on the West and East Coast of the United States. Some to the Tibetan Terrier's talents include: being a watchdog, agility and competitive obedience.

General Appearance The Tibetan Terrier is a medium-sized dog, profusely coated, of powerful build, and square in proportion. A fall of hair covers the eyes and foreface. The well-feathered tail curls up and falls forward over the back. The feet are large, flat, and round in shape producing a snowshoe effect that provides traction. The Tibetan Terrier is well balanced and capable of both strong and efficient movement. The Tibetan Terrier is shown as naturally as possible.

Technical stuff:

Process for getting on the list for these puppies is as follows: A $450 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve the puppy or to be put on a wait list.

Learn more about the Wait Lists

When the puppies are 5 weeks old we do temperament testing then review the results with you to make sure you are getting the right puppy..if you are local you are more than welcome (in fact, we encourage it) to come pick out your puppy. You will be picking out your puppy in the order that deposits are received. Once you have selected your puppy, a total of 50% down is due, the balance plus shipping (Shipping generally runs around $425.00 including everything...Crate, Health Cert, Airfare, etc) is due at least 10 days before your puppy is to be shipped.

WE WILL ACCEPT PERSONAL CHECKS and Money Orders, however, both will require a 10 day hold. Only a US Postal Service Money Order will not require a 10 day hold. Please email or call for information, as we won't let someone put down a deposit that we have never talked to. PLEASE make certain your check or money order arrives a minimum of 10 days before shipping date. If picking up your puppy in person, PLEASE BRING CASH FOR FINAL BALANCE.

We do allow people to visit with their puppy after it is 6 weeks old if you live within driving distance. We do NOT allow puppies to go home before they are 8 weeks old.

NOTE: Please print two copies of our Contract , sign them and mail them with your deposit. All deposits are NON-refundable, but can be transferred to a future puppy.

***NOTE: The availability of shipping via the airlines is dependent on weather conditions, so please make allowance for delays in shipping during winter weather IF your puppy couldn't fly due to airline's canceling flights from weather or whatever and you become downright disrespectful/nasty... we will ADD our gas fee of $50.00 to your bill before we go back to the airport for a reshipment. The night before shipping we prepare the kennel, your puppy packet, bathing your puppy and making sure all is alright, then often having to get up in the middle of the night and head to the airport spending a minimum of 5 hours on the road. You can imagine our disappointment when we return home with your puppy. This does not always happen but can happen due to sudden weather changes, airplane malfunctions and so forth.

Let us know if you have any other questions, thank you for visiting our site.

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