• Knowing the Tibetan Mastiff

  • Why choose the Tibetan Doge? The tipicity, its morphology, power, intelligence, robustness, its legendary spirit, make of it a perfect and exclusive ally that we all want. Guardian, brave and vigorous, protective and affectionate nature with people and pets, make it a stage of our life unforgettable. It is a majestic dog, robust, powerful and of good bone. We put our experience at the service of Tibetan mastiff and his new owners. It is one of the most coveted and rare breeds in the world. The most expensive dog in the world is a Tibetan mastiff sold in China in 2014 for almost 2 million US dollars. The ones that usually are bigger are the males, looking like a lion by its coat.
  • Origin: Tibet (China).
    Sponsorship: FCI.
    Date of publication of the official standard valid: 18.03.2015.
    Utilization: It is a companion dog, guard and protection.
    FCI classification : y, group 2, section 2.2, Pinscher dogs, Schnauzer- Molosoides-Mountain dogs and Swiss Boyeros. Molosoides, mountain type. No proof of work.
  • Brief historical summary: The Tibetan Doe (Do-Khyi) is an ancient working race of nomadic shepherds of the Himalayas and a traditional guardian of Tibetan monasteries. It has been surrounded by great mysticism since it was discovered in antiquity. From his mention by Aristotle (384-322 BC) to the famous writings of Marco Polo, who went to Asia in 1271, all historical reports extol the natural strength and greatness of the Tibetan bulldog, both physically and mentally. Even his barking has been described as unique and characteristic of the highly treasured breed.
  • Leading European cysts from the past like Martin and Youatt, Megnin, Beckmann, Siber as well as Strebel, Bylandt have intensively researched the Tibetan Mastiff, for being fascinated with its origin and function in Tibetan culture. Some even consider it as the breed from which all the great mountain races and all the mastiffs derived.;One of the first Tibetan mastiff to reach the western shores was a male specimen sent to Queen Victoria by Lord Hardinge (then Virrey of India) in 1847. Later in 1880 Edward VII (then Prince of Wales) Took 2 dogs back to England. One of the earliest litter records of Tibetan Bulldogs was in 1898, born in the Berlin Zoo.

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