Tibetan Spaniel Breed Maintenance
The Tibetan Spaniel is not hypoallergenic and does shed moderately. In order to help with shedding upkeep, it is important to brush your dog daily as well as comb through the coat. This will help prevent knots and mats. Bathing your dog should be limited to every 6 to 8 weeks as necessary, as more frequent baths will lead to overproduction of oils in the skin. Ears should be wiped and cleaned weekly to prevent buildup of earwax. The Tibetan Spaniel does not have any significant smells. Its activity level is considered of moderate energy so it is important to provide proper exercise such as walks or playtime in a yard. Apartment living is suitable as long as it is accompanied by enough mental and physical stimulation to keep this energetic canine happy. The Tibetan Spaniel is known for barking frequently if training is not introduced. The Tibetan Spaniel would be able to live in either an urban or rural environment and can thrive in both hot and cold climates due to its double coat. There is no specific diet for the Tibetan Spaniel.