Meet the mother of this upcoming Tibetan Mastiff litter, Kaya. Kaya is an outstanding dog with one of the kindest hearts you can imagine. She is very friendly towards her owners and other people once she gets to know them. We have never had any troubles with her, and she really enjoys playing with people. She weighs close to 120 lbs and has a very nice winter coat pictured above. Kaya spends most of her time outside, since she is an outside dog, however she has no problems being indoors either. When Kaya is taken to meet other dogs at the dog park, she does well on a leash and listens to instructions. She is a 100% purebred Tibetan Mastiff. With these qualities, we expect Kaya's litter will have a degree of similar temperament to her. If you are seeking a friendlier version of this breed, these puppies would be a great choice.
Meet the father of this upcoming Tibetan Mastiff litter, Ley. Ley is an extraordinary Tibetan Mastiff held by the high prized breeders Von Reich Haus. He originates from China but was imported into the United States a few years ago. He is one of the only few imported authentic Chinese Tibetan Mastiffs in the United States. Ley's bloodline consists of 100% purebred Tibetan Mastiff infused with lion's blood. He has a very magnificent thick fur coat and weighs just slightly above 200 pounds. Ley's temperament is quite protective which is expected with the male version of this breed. He makes for one of the best guard dogs you could possible obtain. During the day, he spends the majority of his time outside. Ley has a lot of admirable physical attributes which we expect to translate in making very healthy puppies.
History About the Tibetan Mastiff
The Tibetan mastiff is a large dog breed originating from high altitudes in the Himalayas and the Tibetan Plateau. They originally used to serve as a flock guardian in which they protected livestock from predators. Techniques such as barking, scent marking, and keen watchfulness were often used to protect the livestock. This breed has a very distinct appearance often characterized by large amounts of fur especially in the head or neck region. Due to their abundant fur, Tibetan Mastiffs are able to withstand very cold environments. They prefer colder temperature as they can easily overheat in warmer climates. They have a seasonal shedding season in which much of their fur coat is decreased in thickness. This occurs sometime between late winter and early spring. The average life expectancy of the Tibetan Mastiff ranges from 10-16 years but this can vary based on genetics. Tibetan Mastiffs are some of the biggest and rarest dogs on the entire planet. They are very protective, loyal, and can be extremely stubborn at times. These dogs generally do not do well in apartments or small spaced conditions.
There are some important details to note in owning or planning to own a Tibetan Mastiff: these dogs generally need fenced or open space, they do not do well in extremely hot weather, and they need to be trained to facilitate good temperament based on their function. Since the Tibetan Mastiff grows to be such a large breed, it is highly encouraged to train them when they are puppies. Whether they are planned to be a guard dog, outside dog, or family pet, it is important to train them when they are young accordingly. While all Tibetan Mastiffs do not need open space, it is suggested to help them thrive based on their history of protecting livestock. Not all of these details may apply to your specific puppy, but they should be kept in mind.
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