The Tibetan Spaniel, originating in Tibet, was a prized animal often given as gifts to the royals of Tibet. Most of Asia grew accustomed to the prized animal. Chinese bronzes dated 1100 BC appear remarkably similar to the Tibetan Spaniel. The Spaniel, being known as a watchdog, sat high upon the walls of monasteries to alarm any oncoming travelers. The Tibetan Spaniel to this day still is known as both a companion and a watchdog.
The Tibetan Spaniel looks very similar to the Pekingese but has a longer more defined face. The Tibetan Spaniel has tail that is fluffy and curls upwards of its back. It also has fluffy, silky soft long hair on its little ears. The Spaniels can come in many colors as well as multi colored Spaniels. Tibetan Spaniels are about 10 inches in height and weigh between 9 pound and 15 pounds. This little bundle of joy has a life expectancy of between 12 years and 15 years.
If you were to look for free Tibetan Spaniel puppies, I think you would pleasantly surprise with the perky personality. Tibetan Spaniels are extremely smart and tend to be very happy. One might think because of its size that the Tibetan Spaniel is yappy but; this is not true. The Spaniel can become overprotective and may not be trustworthy with young children if not trained properly. In most cases, if the dog is trained to know the family is the leader, this is not an issue. You will find this prized, adorable, little dog a great treat for your household.