Tibetan Mastiff

Tibetan Mastiff
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Overview: The Tibetan Mastiff is an ancient breed. In recent years, these dogs have been exported to the USA and UK, as people learn to love these protective companions.
Breed Group: Mastiff
Weight (lbs): 140-200
Height (in): 24-28
Colors: black with tan, chocolate, gold, cream, blue and tan or red and tan
Coat: The coat is medium length and thick. The hair around the neck is thicker than on the rest of the body.
Character: The Tibetan Mastiff is loyal, calm and brave.
Temperament: The Tibetan Mastiff is good with children in the family. They are not trusting of strangers. The breed will get along with another dog, if raised together. A non dominant breed is best with this dog.
Care: The coat is thick and needs to be brushed at lest a few times each week. Brush daily during the shedding season.
Training: The ease of training depends on the bloodline of your Tibetan Mastiff. The dogs bred in England are easy to train and relatively obedient. The dogs from Tibet are difficult to train and ferocious. Training needs to be firm, but respectful. Harsh train
Activity: This breed needs plenty of room to run in the yard and shouldn't live in an apartment. They will dig under the fence to escape the yard, so a hard surface under the fence is recommended.
Country of Origin: Afghanistan
Health Issue: hip dysplasia, Canine Inherited Demyelinative Neuropathy, thyroid and skin conditions.
Life Expectancy: 15-18
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