We have owned Tibetan Terriers since 1981, and had our first litter
in 1986. We strive to produce top quality well socialized
Tibetan Terriers from from eye- (CERF) and hip- (OFA) tested
mature adults. Most of them are conformation champions before
they have puppies. Our puppies are home-raised to guarantee
happy outgoing temperaments and soundness. All our dogs are
health guaranteed. We usually have just one litter per year.
Tibetan Terriers make delightful companions who enjoy to
share in everything the family does. They will gladly take
part in all activities the family enjoys but are also content
to be couch potatoes if their owners are not very active.
They are very intelligent and can easily be trained for show,
obedience and agility as they enjoy spending time with their
humans, They also make excellent watch dogs and will alarm
the owners when strangers arrive or when they notice something
out of the ordinary.
We have always enjoyed showing our dogs and spending weekends away
at shows in our trailer. But we do not insist that our puppies are
shown by the new owners. Success in the show ring is gratifying
and a payoff for well planned breedings, but not all pups are destined
to become show dogs and not every family enjoys the often political
Here at Dalghani our first goal is to produce happy, healthy
companions but we are happy if they also excel in shows or
in performance events.
Many of our Tibetan Terrier puppies can be found in loving
pet homes. They join in their owners' daily activities, spend
time on the couch or bed and accompany their families on trips.
Others have excelled in the show ring or have made their mark
as producers of wonderful puppies. A few have obtained Obedience
titles or enjoyed Agility competition.
We encourage all our puppy buyers to stay in touch and love
receiving phone-calls, emails and especially pictures. We
are always available to give advice and help when needed.
Grooming tips are best given when the dogs are brought to
our house which also gives us a chance to visit and keep up
with the puppies' progress.