Coshan         Tibetan Terriers


Welcome to Coshan Tibetan Terriers

 
Time to retire but I do want to thank all my wonderful puppy homes.  


My name is Jean Allen, my husband David and I reside in western Massachusetts and have six Tibetan Terriers. Suzi, Sophie, Tae', Kam, Jack and Tessa.  We lost Cosmo on October 30, 2012 and Hannah in June 2011. They were our start, the foundation we built on. The above picture is of Cosmo, Hannah and one of their pups, Tucker who lives at his wonderful forever home. If you haven't figured it out the name CosHan is from Cosmo and Hannah.

 

I am listed on AKC breeder referral as a breeder of merit.  I was the Membership Chairperson for TTCA for 9 years as well as a past member of the Board of Directors and 2nd Vice President from 2009/2013. At the annual meeting in Syracuse, NY held in conjunction with the National specialty I was surprised with the AKC Outstanding Sportsmanship Award, very exciting. My husband and I are both members of the Bay Colony Tibetan Terrier Club of which I am a retired board memberI am a veterinary technician and work at a VCA hospital part time.


The dogs over two years of age have their hips rated by OFA and all the breeding dogs have their eyes tested and certified for CERF annually. Tae' and Jack are Baer tested and on the CHIC register.  All the dogs have been DNA tested for NCL, PLL and PRA or are clear by parentage. It is very exciting times we live in that we can now breed our dogs without any worry about passing on these illnesses. Health has always been of foremost importance to us and we have been blessed with the best temperaments you could ask for. Any sire we use has to be a gentleman as we do not wish to breed in any undesirable attitudes. Love bugs are what we like.

 

The of them are just a joy to behold, whether they are running together, chasing balls or playing in the yard or just hanging out with us on the couch. We just love them all so much, they make our lives whole.

Doing the dog shows was a fun thing for me and my hairy kids. I don't hold puppies for show homes because that is not what is most important to me. When I breed a litter it is more important to find the best, most loving homes for them than to be concerned about show rings. 


Although Hannah, Bonnie and Abby, who is no longer with us, Suzi, Sophie, Kam and Tessa are done having puppies there are still a few pictures of all their puppies in their gallery for everyone to see. The girls each have their own galleries on their pages. The gallery below has some fun general pictures of our dogs and puppies that have gone on to their forever homes.

 



 
 
  
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
  
  
  
  
  
  


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Stella and Maisy
Maisy and Penny
Lucky Kelliher
Pippa Strombino
Fenway and Wrigley initial meeting
Hadley
Brothers
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