Puppies will next be available in 2021.

27 May 2020, 3:30pm EST

Do you think he misses me as much as I miss him? Questa and WB. May 2019.

Hello and welcome!

May you all stay safe and healthy through these curious times.  We are wearing masks, when outside of the house.  Please do the same and respect your fellow human!

Thank you for your interest in a Kensington Tibetan Terrier.  We’re located in Stowe, Vermont and have several litters annually.  Our forever families always have to wait a number of months before a puppy becomes available for them – but sometimes, they get lucky.  You never can tell.  ;>)

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Campari in the courtyard garden. Turk’s Cap lilies started blooming today! 8 August 2019.

3.  If you’re interested in a Kensington Tibetan Terrier puppy, our application process requires at least one visit to our home here in Stowe, Vermont, so that we can get to know you a little better and you can get to know us – AND an application. There is HUGE VARIETY in the style and quality of care each breeder utilizes in the breeding and rearing of their puppies. You will want to find the best fit for your family; someone who will be there to support you over the years, if you need guidance or a second opinion. Visits help us all to get clear on whether we want to work together in the breeding and rearing of your next family member. Because frankly? I might not be the breeder for you.

Whittaker, bred by Yours Truly. CH Kensington & Shalimar’s Iconic Whit. Brother of Billie, Sire of Yogi. Grand Sire of Questa. What a gorgeous boy. 4 July 2019.

Traditionally, I use repeat breedings to ensure that I know what will be produced in our litters and to work toward consistency in what I produce. If I breed a pair of animals two or three times and the offspring are all similar? I know that I can pretty much depend upon those animals ‘breeding true’. We try to keep our surprises to a minimum! Then, when it’s time for an outcross? I can better evaluate what I get and why.

If you’d like to read more about what we do and why we do it? Please use the menu above, click on About Us and then, click through to What We’re All About . . .

Thank you for your interest in Kensington Tibetan Terriers and my breeding program.

Woof.