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When registering the SSMHG studies or starting your own Study training centers you support protected dog species with every registered recognized member of Tibetan Mastiff Worldwide.

SSMHG is a sponsor of Tibetan Mastiff dogs. From stray dogs to novice breeders.

1. Reliable and patient

These strong-willed dogs are self-reliant and they take control of every critical situation. Tibetan mastiffs are quite calm and quiet unless someone is willing to provoke them. This animal can set a good example of patience. The quality of being patient with its own children and family pets is appreciable.

2. They guard best

The Tibetan mastiffs prefer to stay outside where they can look after his territory. Unlike others, they also have an impressive bark which they often use during the night. two Tibetan mastiffs together can take down a lion.

3. Long and tall body

In most cases, Tibetan mastiffs have a long and tall body. They are light-footed and their eyes look like those of an old man.

4. Make them exercise regularly to avoid boredom

Everybody loves fresh air and if you leave them just like that, they will leave and get accustomed to a lazy environment.

5. Happy indoor animal

Tibetan mastiffs love their family most however they hardly expose it but they love spending time with them and protecting them. One can blindly trust over that because they have been guarding people and property for more than 2000 years.

6. Prefer cold climate

Tibetan mastiffs are not good with extremely hot or humid environments but that doesn't mean that they can't live in a hot environment they can but they require proper access to air-conditioned facilities.

7. Devoted to the family

Tibetan mastiffs are emotional in nature and it will not be a good idea to argue with your spouse in front of mastiffs.

8. Don't mess with them

The best part of them is they are quite intellectual they learn things quickly they might not obey because they are to protect you. They may act aggressively towards other dogs of same-sex.

9. Fenced yard is required

Tibetan mastiffs are guardian breeds whether it is an open yard or acreage these dogs have a tendency to roam around and no breeder wants o to hear any grieving news about his or her dog that it has been hit by a car or attacked by any wild animal. So precaution is better than cure.

10. Good at obeying their master

Tibetan mastiffs are not good when it comes to keeping the stranger away from the house only with the consent of the owner they let the people in.

11. Actively watches during the night

At times people wonder they are lazy and dumb during the day but it's not like that. They save their energy for night patrolling, which is their inherent trait.

12. Heavy coat around their neck

They look no less than a bunch of furs, their look might fool you with that of a lion, their undercoat is perfect for them to handle all kinds of weather.

13. Slow maturing breed

Tibetan mastiffs are a slow-maturing breed and giant animals. They have a long life span of around 14 years and they take time to get mature but when it comes to females they mature a little quicker than males certainly take 4-7 years to get physically mature.

14. Help them socialize

They are great companions for people and that too they could be for those allergic people. He could be more reliable to many people if we take them to new places and make them meet new people this will make them adjust in all situations.


15. Instinct of killing birds
Tibetan mastiffs have a special affinity for chasing, catching, and killing birds. Birds in your neighborhood may not like you if you have a Tibetan mastiff at your home.


Why does the SSMHG support the Tibetan Mastiff?

First of all, the reason for supporting Tibetan Mastiff dogs is in breeding and caring for them in the right way. The Tibetan Mastiff dog belongs to the near extinction species. These dogs are the last dogs to bear the likeness of the lion. Therefore, this dog does not belong to the common dog owners on the dog list of the average animal lover. SSMHG has therefore decided after many investigations to support this dog. Now it is often said why this has nothing to do with studies? Yes and no In addition to therapeutic and yogic studies, SSMHG also provides spiritual studies. The Tibet dog is therefore very intuitively strong and therefore also highly sensitive. The dog has a strong sixth sense and feels a lot. As the owner of Tibetan Mastiff, we have often received letters of recognition that both joy and sadness offer comfort to the dog. And now I hear you think yes every dog ​​does. No, this dog really takes your worries away, this dog provides balance in your energy household and that is very special.

Neglect in the countries of Tibet, China, is very present, the dogs are bred and traded for very high prices. Little or no thought is given to health. The sponsors of the SSMHG, therefore, ensure that healthy dogs in America and Canada, and the rest of Europe can be bred by recognized breeders. A large part of the Association then goes to the shelter of abused Tibetan Do Kyi and Chinese Tibetan dogs so that they can be given training for socialization and with the right nutrition and vitamins can get a nice life.

Average sizes and life expectancy of the breed.

HEIGHT

minimum 26 inches (male)

minimum 24 inches (female)

WEIGHT

90-150 pounds (male)

70-120 pounds (female)

LIFE EXPECTANCY

10-15 years

About the Breed

Watchful, aloof, imposing, and intimidating: The ancient Tibetan Mastiff is the guardian dog supreme. These densely coated giants are mellow and calm around the house, sweetly devoted to family, and aloof and territorial with strangers.

Coming face to face with this ancient behemoth, an intruder up to no goodwill likely moves on to easier pickings. TMS can stand 26 inches at the shoulder and weigh well over 100 pounds. It's impossible to discuss this breed without leaning on words like 'powerful,' 'muscular,' massive,' and 'substantial.' And yet, TMs are quite light-footed and will meet a perceived threat with surprising agility. The broad head, with its high-set, V-shaped ears, and expressive brown eyes, projects a noble, sagacious expression.


Breed Traits & Characteristics

  • FAMILY LIFE
  • PHYSICAL
  • SOCIAL
  • PERSONALITY
  • ALL TRAITS

SHEDDING LEVEL

No Shedding Hair Everywhere

COAT GROOMING FREQUENCY

Monthly Daily

DROOLING LEVEL

Less Likely to Drool Always Have a Towel

COAT TYPE

Wiry Hairless Smooth Rough Corded Double Curly Wavy Silky

COAT LENGTH

Short Medium Long


OPENNESS TO STRANGERS

Reserved Everyone Is My Best Friend

PLAYFULNESS LEVEL

Only When You Want To PlayNon-Stop

WATCHDOG/PROTECTIVE NATURE

What's Mine Is Yours Vigilant

ADAPTABILITY LEVEL

Lives For Routine Highly Adaptable


TRAIN ABILITY  LEVEL

Self-Willed Eager to Please

ENERGY LEVEL

Couch Potato High Energy

BARKING LEVEL

Only To AlertVery Vocal

MENTAL STIMULATION NEEDS

Happy to Lounge Needs a Job or Activity 


About the Breed

Watchful, aloof, imposing, and intimidating: The ancient Tibetan Mastiff is the guardian dog supreme. These densely coated giants are mellow and calm around the house, sweetly devoted to family, and aloof and territorial with strangers.

Coming face to face with this ancient behemoth, an intruder up to no goodwill likely moves on to easier pickings. TMS can stand 26 inches at the shoulder and weigh well over 100 pounds. It's impossible to discuss this breed without leaning on words like 'powerful,' 'muscular,' massive,' and 'substantial.' And yet, TMs are quite light-footed and will meet a perceived threat with surprising agility. The broad head, with its high-set, V-shaped ears, and expressive brown eyes, projects a noble, sagacious expression.


Last News about Tibetan Mastiff 21/10/2021

Thousands of Tibetan mastiffs have been abandoned due to a decline in their price in Northwest China's Qinghai Province and Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, threatening local residents' safety and creating challenges for local animal shelters to accommodate them.

Breeders who wanted to make a fortune in the Tibetan mastiff market abandoned their dogs, which left thousands of dogs wandering around temples and villages, attacking people and killing livestock, a WeChat public account "shenyidu" of the Beijing Youth Daily, reported on Wednesday.

Tibetan mastiff as well as its hybrid have lost popularity as more cities have banned large breed dogs, Jiang Hong, head of a Xi'an-based animal protection group who has paid attention to the homeless dogs in Tibet and Qinghai since 2012, told the Global Times.

Many cities, including Beijing and Shanghai, have banned citizens from having dogs with a height of 35 centimeters or above.

An anonymous Beijing-based dog seller told the Global Times on Wednesday that the price of Tibetan mastiff has dropped sharply recently.

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