Tibetan Mastiff Puppies on Sale – Buy/Adopt All Over India

Tibetan mastiff dogs are available for adoption in Delhi/NCR and all over India. Pets World offers vaccinated puppies in excellent condition.

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Tibetan Mastiff dog breed is quite popular among pet lovers due to its high intelligence. If you are looking for a canine companion, which loves you and your family fiercely, Tibetan mastiff is the best option for you. But, you have to put plenty of efforts on training to socialize and train your dog.  Therefore, begin training of your pooch as soon as you bring him home, while he is in a manageable size.

  • Tibetan mastiff price in Noida/Delhi/NCR and All Over India – Buy Tibetan mastiff

You can get a healthy Tibetan mastiff puppy in Delhi/NCR between several thousands (INR 60K- 80K) to several lakhs of rupees (INR 1 – 25 Lakhs or even crores) 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. It is recommended to purchase your puppy from certified dog breeders and not from puppy mill or shop. Further, you should do proper health check up of the puppy and see health certificate of his parents. By doing so, you can easily eliminate possibility of any inherited diseases, which is getting quite common in dogs now these days.

  • Contact for Adopting/Buying Tibetan mastiff Puppy (Price Available on Request)

Pets World India

C-81 C, Sector 8, Noida (U.P) – India

Contact: support@petsworld.in

  • Tibetan mastiff dog breed information

General Information:

Breed Name Tibetan Mastiff
Origin China
Other Names Do-Khyi
Lifespan Average 10 to 12 years
Breed group Working dog breeds (AKC), Guardian Dogs (UKC)
Height Female: 61–71 cmMale: 66–76 cm
Weight Male: 45.4–72.6 kgFemale: 34–54.4 kg
Temperament Stubborn, Tenacious, Intelligent, Strong Willed, Protective, Aloof
What to Feed Recommended daily amount: 4 to 6 or more cups of a high-quality dog food daily, divided into two meals
Shedding Moderate, Seasonal
Litter size     5 – 12 puppies
Breed Group Working
Coat Colours Blue Gray, Black, Brown, Black & Tan, Red Gold, Brown & Tan
Health Concern Major Concerns– None
Minor Concerns– Canine Hip Dysplasia (CHD), Hypothyroidism
Occasionally Seen– Canine Inherited Demyelinative Neuropathy, Entropion, Seizures
Suggested Tests– Hip, Thyroid
Hypoallergenic Breed No
Space Requirements Apartment is OK
Grooming Need More than once a week
Exercise needs Up to 1 hour per day
Bred for Guardian dog
Club recognition AKC Classification: Working.UKC Classification: Guardian Dog
Notable Features Droopy eyes, floppy ears (naturally)
Similar Dogs Scottish Deerhound, Cockapoo, Karelian Bear Dog, Cockalier, Scoodle

History- Tibetan Mastiff’s history is heavily debated. Genetics suggest that this breed of dogs was genetically diverged from wolves about 58,000 years ago, more than 16,000 years before most other breed of dogs. This breed was popular in 19th century England, and during this time King George IV owned a pair of Tibetan Mastiff.

This breed slowly lost its popularity and almost became extinct. Its population saw a surge in the 1980s after becoming an AKC recognized breed. These dogs appeared in the Westminster Dog Show for the first time in the year 2008, and have since been the subject of numerous news stories of purebred dogs. These breeds are counted among the costliest dog breeds and the latest example occurred in the year 2014 when a Chinese buyer purchased this breed of puppy for more than $2 million.

Grooming and Care- These dogs have thick double coat. Males have a more lavish covering than that of females. The heavy undercoat is woolly and soft and the topcoat is straight with hard texture. There is no need to trim the coat unless you want to give the feet of these dogs a neater appearance. If you provide regular brushing to this dog, he should not need frequent bathing.

To remove dead hair and keep their coat and skin healthy, brush these dogs several times a week. You have to brush these dogs daily during the shedding season to keep their loose hair under control. Trim the nails of these dogs as needed, usually every week or two and brush their teeth frequently with only vet-approved pet toothpaste.

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