The Tibetanpei Spaniel is a designer hybrid mix. The dog is a cross between the Tibetan Spaniel and the Chinese Shar-Pei.. He is playful and sweet with his owners but is characteristically reserved around strangers. His aversion to strangers makes him an ideal watchdog. He always remains ever vigilant. His natural wariness of strangers means that he must be socialized young so he forms a well-rounded temperament and is not solely focused on his owner. The Tibetanpei tends to have a catlike personality and is extremely clean. His aloof nature means he is not an overly needy dog and tends to be rather independent. The dog usually grows up to stand 18 to 20 inches at the shoulder and weigh 45 to 60 pounds. He does not require a great deal of exercise compared to other dogs his size and can usually live happily in an apartment as long as he enjoys an occasional walk.
The Tibetanpei Spaniel is a laid back dog. He does not require a great deal of exercise, unlike other dogs his size. A once a day walk usually meets his activity needs. He is usually happy laying around. Care should be taken that he does not get overweight because of his laid-back nature. He will sometimes play a game of fetch and he is always happy to please his owners. The Tibetanpei Spaniel doesn't bark much but he will start to sound the alarm if a stranger approaches or he hears an unknown noise. He is adaptable to apartment living but will be happiest in a home that has a safely enclosed back yard space he can play and explore in.