The Tibetan Spaniel is indeed originally from Tibet, but contrary to what you might think, is not technically a spaniel. Bred as monastery dogs, Tibetan Spaniels were cherished as companions and watchdogs. This little dog has a snub nose, big, expressive eyes, a curled tail and a “lion’s mane” around its neck. The Tibetan Spaniel thrives on human companionship, is intelligent and easily trained, and is affectionate and fiercely devoted to its owners.
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