Friday, February 27, 2015

Tibetan Mastiff - The Return of the King!

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Tibetan Mastiff - The Return of the King!

Once upon a time, there is a type of species living in the area of the Himalayas and Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. With the sturdy and strong physique, thunder-like roar and valiant quality, they present the arrogance of the King and the natural loyalty to their master. They are the Eastern Dog of God from ancient and China and named Tibetan Mastiff.

With a history of over 5000 years, they are regarded as a legend. They were considered as brave and battle-wise war dogs during past wars. Afterwards, they have become the totem Human beings worship to, owing to their intelligent quality, strong willpower and firm perseverance.  Moreover, they are the top among general mastiff. According to the historical statistics, all the ancestors of the mastiff – Saint Bernard, Great Dan and Newfoundland dog, are the descendants of Tibetan Mastiff.

Today, we will take every back to the origin to see the legendary species of King Dog Tibetan Mastiff.

To see what is the real King of Dog!

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Tibetan Mastiff Grooming - All steps

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Show Grooming Tibetan Mastiff Part 1

Conditioning Coats on heavy coated breeds
Testing bath water for pH and its importance
Fixing dry dull coats
Bathing techniques for heavy coated breeds

Show Grooming Tibetan Mastiff Part 2

Drying technique
Hydrating coats
Texture Crystals
Creating the Show finish on coats  

 Show Grooming Tibetan Mastiff Part 3

Show grooming Tibetan Mastiff
Grooming front feet 

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Three Black Tibetan Mastiff Puppies Playing on the grassy field.
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Nestled in the foothills of the snow-capped Qilian Mountains of Asia can be found the rarest and most exquisite breed of dog in the world - the White Tibetan Mastiff. Also known to the villagers as “Snow Lions”  or "Lion Head Chinese Dog", these primitive, massive and noble guardians accompanied women and children as they traversed the ancient trade route known as the Silk Road, passing by Buddhist Grottoes on the way to trade their wares.

White Tibetan Mastiff breed is very rare and expensive. You are so lucky if you got the puppies of White Tibetan Mastiff because Snow Lions Breed is very rare and not easily available for sale. The most beautiful dog White Tibetan Mastiff puppies price is $2500 USD. And the Biggest White Tibetan Mastiff Price is $582,000 USD.

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Tibetan Mastiff - Do-khyi

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The Tibetan Mastiff also known as Do-khyi (home-guard) is an ancient breed and type of domestic dog originating with nomadic cultures of Central Asia.
The Tibetan Mastiff is a massive, giant dog with sturdy bone structure and having long hairs like lion on his body. The body is slightly longer than tall. The somewhat wrinkled head is broad, heavy and strong. The Tibetan Mastiff is courageous, fearless, even-tempered, calm and thoughtful. Tibetan Mastiff is very loyal to its owner’s family. Tends to bark at night if left outside, but will be quiet indoors. They are an outstanding flock guardian and are ferocious against wolves, leopards or any prey that try to approach their flock.
Some claim the dogs can weigh up to 220 pounds (99 kg.).
The molosser type with which the modern Tibetan Mastiff breed is purportedly linked was known across the ancient world by many names.

'Bhote Kukur' in Nepali as bhote means someone from Tibet and kukur means dog. In Mandarin Chinese, the name is Zang'Ao, which literally means Tibetan Mastiff or Tibetan "big ferocious dog". In Mongolia, it is called bankhar.