Living with your Tibetan Terrier is an important consideration before bringing the dog breed into your home. The good news is that it is readily willing to adapt to its surroundings including living in a smaller apartment or a location with limited room, assuming that you can provide the dog with enough activity. Yet, there are a few other things to take into consideration with this breed of dog. You most definitely want to provide him with the activity and attention he needs and provide him with a safe, secure environment. The dog's living space may be limited because the Tibetan Terrier is likely to spend most of his time indoors lounging around or relaxing. They are active dogs but they are willing to relax and become a couch potato if it is allowed by you. When he heads outdoors, he expects room to run and play. Yet, he is not demanding of a lot of room. You will need to walk this dog for a long walk every day. He needs this physical activity to remain at a healthy weight and physical conditioning. This physical activity could be going outdoors in a fenced in yard to run and play or it could be long walks in the park. These dogs do well with hiking, camping, and sport playing. They are agile and dependable dogs. Another condition that must be met in the Tibetan Terrier is a safe environment. While all dogs will have reactions to fleas, the Tibetan Terrier is likely to have a very poor reaction. The fact is that their skin is very sensitive to these bites and they can become extremely ill from them. This means providing your pet with a healthy, insect free living environment. It is also important to keep the yard that they regularly play in free from insects and fleas. Providing your dog with a bath and brushing him will help you to spot potential problems before they become worse. Keep bedding and other areas where the dog sleeps clean and free of fleas. Monitor their interaction with other dogs so that the dog does not pick up fleas from them. You can and should also talk to your vet about preventative flea treatments for the dog. Providing a safe home for the Tibetan Terrier does not require a lot indoors. The breed of dog is known to be inactive dogs indoors. Outside, though, be ready to play with him and keep him occupied. There is nothing he loves more than spending time outdoors with his family, playing a game, going for a walk or just exploring the grass. Provide him with a safe home and he will be healthy and happy for a long time.