Comte Henri De Bylandt
1894/1904

Set on low, and carriedclose to the cheeks.


Lionel Jacob 1901

Set on low, and carried close to the cheeks, similar to the ears of a drop-eared Skye.


Margarette Hayes 1933

Furnished with long hair.


Standard 1935

Pendant, heavily feathered.


Standard 1960

Pendant, heavily feathered. Dark tips an asset.


Dr Guy LESCURE 1961
The ears, of big dimension, are covered with long and dense hair, they fall along the parotide region, their fore edge must be oblique backwards. Their low attachment, follows a downwards and backwards oblique line.
The ears fore attachment point is placed 1,3 cm above a tangentia line to the upper face of the nose and passing by the extreme angle of the eye; the low back attachment point is situated at 2 cm below this same line.
The fore edge traces a straight oblique line backwards and downwards, the back edge is strongly convex backwards. The extreme is slightly point shaped.
The point of the ear of the Lhasa Terrier is 3 to 4 cm longer than the inferior limit of the throat.

Standard 1972

Pendant, heavily feathered. Dark tips an asset.


A.K.C. Standard 1978

Pendantes, franges abondantes.


C.K.C. Standard 1982
(Canada)

The ears are pendant. They should be well set back on the skull at eye level (not level with the topline of the skull). The leather should hang close to the head and in an adult dog should reach the level of the lower jaw.


A.N.K.C. Standard 1987
(Australie)

Pendant, heavily feathered. Dark tips an asset.


F.C.I. Standard 1987

Pendant, heavily feathered.


1987
Frances Sefton

Dark tips on the ear furnishings.


F.C.I.. Standard 1998

Pendant, heavily feathered.


Kennel Club 2003
Pendant, heavily feathered.