Welcome to The Asia Pets. We have Extra Ordinary Quality of Tibetan mastiff dog puppies available, Our kennel available in India, Delhi. We have two male and three female adults are available for breeding purpose. our kennel are register from Kennel club of India. Best range of Tibetan mastiff puppies. Delivery facilities are available in All Over India.
Range of Mastiff dog : You can get a healthy Tibetan mastiff puppy and puppies in Delhi/NCR between (INR 50K- 90K) to several lakhs of rupees (INR 1 – 25 Lakhs or even crores) According of his/her Quality and certification considering that it is one of the most costliest breeds in this world. However, there is no upper limit for price, and there price can go in lakhs also. Main Point is TB is the Most expensive of in India and Also of the world Expensive breed.
Where Are Tibetan Mastiffs From?
Tibetan Mastiffs have been bred by Tibetan nomads and protecting Buddhist monasteries for thousands of years.
How Many Types of Tibetan Mastiffs Are There?
There are two types of Tibetan Mastiff: Do-khyi (“nomad” type) and Tsang-khyi (“monastery” type). The latter is taller and heavier, with more face wrinkles. There is also a rare regional type of Tibetan Mastiff called the Bearded Tibetan Mastiff, which is about half the size of Tibetan Mastiffs and features a beard and wiry coat. It’s a type very rarely seen outside of Tibet, however.
Which Breeds Mix with Tibetan Mastiffs?
Tibetan Wolfhound (Tibetan Mastiff + Irish Wolfhound)
Golden Mastiff (Golden Retriever + Tibetan Mastiff)
Tibetan Mastiff Lifespan
The lifespan of a Tibetan Mastiff is around 12-15 years.
Information Tibetan Mastiff ::
Group : Working Dogs
Weight : 64 – 78 Kgs
Height : 25 – 28 inches
Color(s) : Tibetan Mastiff Colours comes in black, brown, gold, and blue, with or without tan markings above and around the eyes, on the side of the muzzle, on the throat, and on the lower part of the front forelegs, the inside of the rear legs, the breeches and the underside of the tail.
Some Tibetan Mastiffs have small white markings on the chest and feet but nowhere else on the body. The undercoat may be lighter shades of the dominant color or gray or tan on black and tan dogs. Tibetan Mastiffs with sable or brindle coats are faulted in the show ring, but their color doesn’t affect their ability to be a companion or guardian.
Coat : The Tibetan Mastiff has a double coat with a long, thick, coarse-textured topcoat and a heavy, soft, woolly undercoat. The undercoat is thinner during warmer months. The hair is hard and straight, never curly, wavy, or silky.
A heavy mane covers the neck and shoulders, and the tail and britches (the upper thighs) have a heavy coat and feathering. Males generally have more coat than females, including a thicker mane around the neck and shoulders.
Distinct Feature :The Tibetan Mastiff is an enormous, goliath pooch with tough bone structure. The body is marginally more than tall. The to some degree wrinkled head is wide, overwhelming and solid. The expansive gag is square when seen from all sides. The expansive nose is dark. The teeth meet in a scissors or level nibble. The upper lip as a rule covers the lower lip. The marginally inclining eyes are almond molded, profound set and medium in size. Eye shading comes in shades of chestnut. The pendant ears are V-formed, hanging forward near the head. The neck is solid and curved with a moderate dewlap. The dewlap is more noticeable in guys than in females. The top line is level.