Yes, they are good with children. But, as with all animals, adult supervision is always recommended. Tibbies need a home that is free from rough handling and teasing. Some individual Tibbies are better/more patient with children. Typically, the Tibetan Spaniel puppy that has been socialized and exposed to children before you bring him/her home, will enjoy your child’s company.
Tibbies require occasional grooming. Combing their ear fringes once a week and brushing them occasionally, will keep them looking great. Since their coats do not absorb dirt, a bath once every six to eight weeks is fine. Tibbies are a natural breed and no trimming of the coat is necessary. When they are “blowing coat”, you’ll need to brush more frequently. Learn more about how to groom your Tibbie in the Health & Care section.
Yes. Tibbies adapt fine to apartment life.
Tibbies are relatively quiet unless someone comes to your door, or they hear an unusual noise or it’s past their dinner time!