Good For First-Time Owners?
Tolerates Being Alone?
Affectionate With Family?
Friendly Toward Other Dogs?
Friendly Toward Strangers?
Easy To Groom?
Prone To Obesity?
Before you learn more about the powerful Tibetan Mastiff, you shoulD know that mastiffs are the most commonly banned dog breed in the States.
That being said, if you are thinking about getting this specific breed, make sure that you can own Tibetan Mastiff in your state.
Another important thing to know is that Tibetan Mastiff is a pricey breed to get and later on to maintain.
So, be sure that you can handle also financially owning a pricey Tibetan Mastiff.
This large and aloof dog is an ancient breed of strong guarding instincts. They are best-known thanks to their size and dense coat.
With their humans, they are gentle and soft, and highly territorial and protective with strangers.
This is a large dog or usually 26 inches of height, and over 100 pounds – therefore, this is a breed for someone who can physically keep them calm on walks, and on a leash.
For a massive breed, the Tibetan Mastiff is light-footed and will always show supreme agility. Will grooming this breed will be a demanding job? Simply said, yes.
This breed is double-coated, with a heavy, and wooly undercoat. Although their coat requires minimal grooming, he will shed during the year, and in general larger dogs still require more time for brushing.
All in, they should be shown naturally, no clipping or trimming is acceptable, but only to shape the feet and provide a clean appearance.