The price of Tibetan mastiff

 Tibetan mastiff

Tibetan Mastiff


Price of Tibetan mastiff

Pure Tibetan mastiff price:>

Prices range from tens of thousands to tens of millions

The following Tibetan mastiff name Price reference>

Chikoo: currently priceless $2 million for the most expensive dog>

The Little Prince: 40 million

Tibetan mastiff dividend: $30 million

Black Wolf: 30 million

Centaline: 20 million

Mastiff King: $3.9 million

Gangwon Overlord: 3.8 million

Western Tibetan mastiff: 8 million

Tibetan mastiff male leopard: 16 million

Tibetan mastiff golden egg: $30 million

West One: $4 million

Golden Lion King: $10 million

Sky Dragon: 1.2 million

Snow Lion: $2 million

Ma Junren Tibetan mastiff price / the most expensive Tibetan mastiff price:>

Price $40 million

The most expensive one in China right now is Ma Junren’s little prince at 40 million. In fact, this price was also said by Ma Junren himself. At that time, the Koreans wanted to buy it for 20 million. He insisted not to sell. South Korea said you can sell what price, Ma Junren said 40 million. But the South Koreans could only end up paying 2 million for a young prince’s son. Later, the second level price was defined as Chikoku, and the price report was called 3000.

Tibetan mastiff breeding price:

One s30,000 per breeding

Price of Tiger Tibetan Mastiff:

Around 5000>

Iron-clad gold Tibetan mastiff price:>

Around 8,000>

Price of Tibetan mastiff in Ningbo:

Tens of thousands of hybrids, hundreds of thousands of purebreds

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Exposing the price trap of Tibetan mastiff

 Tibetan mastiff

Tibetan Mastiff



Uncovering the price trap of Tibetan mastiffs

Strictly speaking, pure Tibetan mastiff without the influence of foreign bloodlines no longer exists, because with the commercial value of Tibetan mastiff was found and marketed, businessmen into Tibetan areas such as Tibetan mastiff growth, mass purchase of Tibetan mastiff for breeding and cross-breeding, Tibetan mastiff and shepherd natural crossbreeding, Tibetan areas of the purest Tibetan mastiff bloodline can be said to no longer exist. However, the Tibetan mastiff industry also has a saying that the current number of pure Tibetan mastiff is no more than 10. I think this is just people’s desire for pure Tibetan mastiff, or people do not want to see the psychological comfort of pure Tibetan mastiff disappeared. Of course, there is also a huge commercial purpose. As long as the industry as a whole believes that true pure Tibetan mastiffs still exist, they can describe their Tibetan mastiffs as pure Tibetan mastiffs and thus make high profits. Therefore, there is no absolute purebred Tibetan mastiff in the market. In the market, we are used to call it purebred Tibetan mastiff. Just like buying gold, there are 99 gold and 18 gold K in a sense, the Tibetan mastiff market is somewhat like this. Tibetan mastiff, genetically preserved in the most original attributes, so we can call it Tibetan mastiff, by In the Tibetan mastiff market, with good quality Tibetan mastiff breeding need to pay. Some companies string Tibetan mastiffs together with other dogs, not Tibetan mastiffs. Their attributes and character have lost the character of most Tibetan mastiffs. These fake Tibetan mastiffs need us to distinguish the true from the false. If the offspring of a Tibetan mastiff and a Tibetan mastiff are still Tibetan mastiffs, then the offspring of a Tibetan mastiff and another dog are not Tibetan mastiffs.

Since there is no science to establish a pure Tibetan mastiff pedigree bank, the Tibetan mastiff industry relies mainly on the appearance and expression of the Tibetan mastiff to distinguish the grade of Tibetan mastiff. Friends who want to pursue higher specification Tibetan mastiff need to buy according to the standard of Chinese Tibetan mastiff. After all, the price of a high-specification Tibetan mastiff is always hundreds of thousands of dollars. In every Tibetan mastiff rating, its scoring criteria are based on the “Chinese Tibetan mastiff standard” issued by the Ministry of Agriculture of the People’s Republic of China can be referred to.

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How to choose Tibetan mastiff

Tibetan mastiff

Tibetan Mastiff


How to choose a Tibetan mastiff

Tibetan mastiffs are probably the most competent escort companions for humans their average age is 10 to 15 years, even more than 18 years. They can live with us for such a long time. Therefore, when choosing, we must consider whether to go for a large or small dog mastiff. Keeping a pet should be raised from a young age. First-time adopters are best to choose a young mastiff 2-6 months old, so that it is easy to adjust and develop feelings; if the family has a man to take care of, you can choose a male mastiff. They need regular exercise and walks, especially during the season of change of coat, especially take care of them so they can become a popular and attractive dog; choosing a male or female mastiff is also something you need to consider. Male mastiffs are usually larger, more active, stronger and more self-respecting than their female counterparts, who are kinder, nostalgic and especially fond of children.

Generally speaking, we choose our pets from: a kennel breeding facility, a pet store or from a friend. A Tibetan mastiff from a legitimate kennel can provide proof of pedigree such as dog name, dog name, date of birth, sex, coat color, breeder, etc. This way, you can learn about the origin of the puppy and other general conditions.

We must look carefully at the Tibetan mastiff and not be too hasty. Observe:The hair should be shiny, the nose should be black and wet, the gums and tongue should be red and white should be avoided. Bite the upper and lower teeth is correct. The ears and eyes are important to check carefully for problems. Flexible ear movement, clean ear canals, no odor, and healthy pink inner ears. Do not have skin flakes on the tips of the ears to prevent parasites. Frequent side-to-side head shaking of the ears may have problems inside the ears. The eyes should be bright and clear. The skin should be soft and elastic, not hardened and fat, and pay attention to whether the skin has lice and scabies. Such as parasites or other skin diseases. Dogs with skin diseases or parasites cannot tolerate them for a short period of time and scratch the lesion with their paws and will do so many times in a row. You should look clearly at the scratching area for redness, and then a closer inspection will reveal whether there is a problem with the skin.

Pay special attention to the underside of the Tibetan mastiff’s tail. If you have recently had diarrhea or signs of diarrhea, you should not buy a yellow seal. Also look at the anus to see if it is red, swollen or ulcerated. Check the Tibetan Mastiff foot pads. Soft and non-cracked is a healthy dog. Observe whether the Tibetan mastiff likes to get along with people, do not choose a nervous, timid, emotionally unstable dog. Pay attention to the bones of the Tibetan mastiff, such as whether the skull is deformed, whether the spine is bent, whether the jaw is cracked, whether the hip and knee joints are dislocated. It is best to touch the skull, maxilla and mandible with your hand, and then touch the spinal bones and limb bones along the cervical vertebrae. Then let the Tibetan mastiff exercise to see if it moves and runs and jumps beautifully or limps. When the young mastiff concentration, it is best to throw the paper ball or toys at a distance, guide it to run or jump forward to see if its response is agile, movement is flexible, you can determine whether there is a problem with the limb bones. Skeletal problems Many Tibetan mastiffs are caused by inbreeding and genetics, not suitable for breeding. These problems have to be observed by yourself and cannot be explained by a pedigree certificate.

After selecting the dog, ask about feeding. If you want to change the food, you must reduce the feeding and then resume increasing it as the dog adjusts. If you don’t have vaccinations, wait until the dog is conditioned. This way you have a healthy dog. Pay attention to the genetic disease of Tibetan mastiff, selection of puppies, be sure to observe the genetics of the puppy whether there are infectious diseases, otherwise, spend a lot of money to buy the puppy, then the family is not a small danger. Spotted dogs, for example, many spotted dogs lack teeth, which is the result of inbreeding. Some young mastiffs are extremely unstable temperament and emotions, will bite. If the previous generation of dogs bite, the next generation of dogs are also prone to this phenomenon. Eyelash regression eyelash regression will stab the eyes of young mastiffs, one year later will be more serious, serious will make the eye white, degeneration. General sandpiper dogs and pine dogs more. No matter how cheap, do not buy deformed or rickets Tibetan mastiff. From the back, the hind feet are X-shaped bent, the front feet are O-shaped bent. When viewed from the side, frog-shoe feet with a soft concave front foot should be carefully avoided. The ideal plan for the Tibetan Mastiff is usually what everyone wants, but it is not the only condition for the development of the Tibetan Mastiff’s personality. Regardless of the personality of the Tibetan mastiff, it is possible to be conditioned to become the type of Tibetan mastiff that the owner prefers.

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Small file: Tibetan mastiff introduction

Tibetan mastiff

Tibetan Mastiff



Small file: Tibetan mastiff introduction

Breed name: Tibetan mastiff Tibetan mastiff>


Body Type: Large Dog

Life expectancy: about 10-15 years

Breed description: Tibetan Mastiffs were once used for livestock protection in the Himalayas and Tibet, China. Now they are an ornamental dog in Europe. Although they are still uncommon, they exist throughout Europe. The Tibetan Mastiff has large bones, a large head, a large body, suitable for growing in the highlands, protecting livestock, providing the original breeding material for fighting dogs in Europe, America and even Japan. Tibetan mastiff seems very laid back, very lonely, seemingly content to do life on the sidelines, but absolutely no ambiguity to protect their homes and territories. The Tibetan Mastiff is characterized by extreme bravery and strong guarding ability. It is dynamic, active, energetic, never timid, and can be quiet and calm before acting.

Hair: Quality is more important than quantity. The hair is thick and thick. The upper layers of hair are not very long. In winter, the lower layer of hair is dense and curly, but can be very thin in the hot season. Male hair is more pronounced than female hair. The hair is not silky, curly or wavy. The neck and shoulders are thick and look like a cape. The tail resembles a brush with abundant hair; the hair is abundant on the upper part of the hind legs and the back.

Color: dark, or no brown spots; blue, or no brown; gold, from rich light brown to deep red. All colors should be as pure as possible. Browns range from maroon to very light colors. There may be white spots on the chest. White spots on the feet should be as small as possible. There may be spots on the upper part of the eyes, the lower part of the feet and the lower part of the tail. There may be brown spots on the whisper; there may be distinct spots around the eyes.


Males: 66 cm 26 in> minimum

Female: 61 cm 24 inches minimum  

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