My name is Susanne Fhyr. Me and my husband Claes-Ove lives in Blidsberg, Sweden, a little town in Ulricehamn's county. I am in no way new with dogs even though the breed
Tibetan Terrier first came into our lives first 2012. I had before that been owning papillon, Labrador retriever, Groenendael, German Shepherd and another Labrador. During the time we had our last Labrador, I developed asthma. I unforturnately started to get
reactions from her coat and the dog smell, after her passing away we lived a dogless life for 7 years. The loss of a dog companion was big and we finally decided to try out a breed with a different coat, a dog that was able to be bathed often was a big plus
for me. After a little bit of research I got my eyes on the Tibetan Terrier. I bought my first dog Lukas with full honesty about my problems from Carina Hansson at Milington's kennel. Thanks to her I don't only own one dog from her kennel but male number two
Theus is also from her. My asthma could to my great joy handle this kind of dogs. I have had to look for fragrance free products for them since I also get reactions from perfume. I was not planning to exhibit Lukas to start with but the breeder Carina told
me that I absolutely can because he is a good looking boy. I came with her to a couple inofficial dog shows when he was a puppy and I got intrigued. That's the reason we got male number two and later the bitch Minna from the Finnish kennel Karamain's. The
owner of Karamain's is the renowned Tuula Plathan. When my interest in exhibition was awakened it fell naturally that I also started thinking about breeding. That's the reason we purchased our beloved Minna. All of my dogs have A-hips and is in top condition.
The summer of 2015 we purchased bitch number two, Milington's Lea Kickboxer Gana Todo "Sanja". Her dad became the nr.1 best Tibetan Terrier male in Sweden 2015 and comes from England. Sanja
has proven to develop very well and is now one of our top winning dogs.
In 2016 we had a litter of puppies from which we saved TibetanRock's Aramis one for all. He
and his sister TibetanRocks According to MiLady, are the dogs who are competing in the Showrings from this litter. They have become as good as we hoped and now have their own successes in the show ring. This whole litter seems to have had a very good psyche.
Except being family and showdogs I also compete in rally obedienve with Lukas and Theus. They are at the moment in advanced and beginner class. I also compete in obedience with Lukas. I am
highlighting this a bit extra. The Tibetan Terrier is an excellent allround dog that can be used in both rally obedience, agility, tracking etc. It's a small herd and guard dog from Tibet and is awake and allert. The Tibetan Terrier is also special in that
way that a lot of owners realise that you have to train on the dog's conditions. I have personally not encountered this that much, my boys completely LOVES rally obedience. When the training equipment is brought out they start howling and jumping in excitement
of being the one to go first. I also train a bit of rally obedience with Minna at home but right now I only have the energy to compete with two. It might eventually become her turn to compete. The breed is good-tempered and can also be happy with a couple
of days on the couch. A firm, fair, loving and consistent handling is the best from my experience. The Tibetan Terrier is a very fast learner and will quickly learn all the things you wish it not to if you don't have clear limits. They have a huge joy of living
and humour. They are according to me the most personal breed I have had and they love you unconditionally.
If you are interested in the Tibetan Terrier please call or write to me
and I will answer the best I can. We are members of the Swedish Kennel Club and the Tibetan Terrier Association of Sweden.