Tibetan terrier shedding

tibetan terrier shedding

the Breed Standard

General Appearance

The typical Kerry Blue Terrier should be upstanding well knit and in good balance, showing a well-developed and muscular body with definite terrier style and character throughout. Correct coat and color are important. A low-slung Kerry is not typical.


Long, but not exaggerated, and in good proportion to the rest of the body. Well balanced.


Shoulders fine, long and sloping, well laid back and well knit. The

elbows hanging perpendicularly to the body and working clear of the side in movement. The forelegs should be straight from both front and side view. The pasterns short, straight and hardly noticeable.



Strong and muscular with full freedom of action, free from droop or crouch, the thighs long and powerful, stifles well bent and turned neither in nor out, hocks near the ground and, when viewed from behind, upright and parallel with each other, the dog standing well up on them.

Category: Tibetan terrier

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