Breeding the Tibetan Terriers is a large and important job. These dogs are intelligent and meaningful dogs, but they are likely to be difficult to breed. The fact is that many people enter into the process of breeding for the wrong reason. They often believe that these dogs are going to offer a high profit, when in fact you will likely spend many nights up with the dogs and plenty of money handling medical bills. With that said, if you are interested in breeding your dog, take the time to do it correctly. First, you should consider seeking the help of your vet to be sure that your Tibetan terrier is healthy and capable of having pups. You should have a copy of their family history especially if the dog is a purebred. This information should be kept on hand for those that will adopt your dog's puppies down the road. In addition, you should keep in mind that the Tibetan Terriers are readily available and there may not be a large group of people interested in purchasing them. Many owners and breeders end up keeping the dogs that they breed for sale because of lack of interest. If you do have an interest in your area, you should seek out exactly what individuals are interested in so that you can deliver on that whenever possible. Secondly, you will need to select a stud dog. It is important that you take the time to find the correct dog for the job at hand simply because it will play a major role in the health and marketability of the dog if you do. Be sure to have the dog's papers on file and to know about his history. In some family histories, these dogs have various types of medical and health problems that are passed down through the generations. Be sure that the dog that you select does not have any limit. If you do decide to use a breeder to get your puppy, you should consider gathering any and all information from them before the puppies are considered. If you want to register the puppies, you will need all available documentation of their heritage available. Also, some breeders are less than caring about the dogs that they breed. Though rare, it is possible to find those that do not care for the pups correctly and therefore may not be able to provide you with the healthiest of dogs. No matter if you are purchasing from a breeder or you plan to breed the Tibetan Terrier yourself, educating yourself on the process and what goes into it can help you to determine if it is the right choice for you. Many people can find benefits in breeding.