Monday, February 27, 2012

Tibetan Mastiff Dog Description

The Tibetan Mastiff (Zang-to, in Chinese), is one of the oldest types of dogs worldwide. The Chinese, who occupy the land of Tibet, now classified as an endangered species because it is estimated that left less than 300 thoroughbreds. Due to the rarity of the species, while prices have reached a million dollars for an adult. I wrote from that value, so you do not think like a typo.


An adult Mastiff is one of the largest and heaviest of all dogs, which itself is the greatest man in the dog world. It has a large head and very large, even worse, because there seems inclined to mass. They are known to be more than 200 pounds (90 kg).

Tibetan Mastiffs have a double layer of protection against the cold of the Himalayas and its shows a white flash heart.They Bold has huge breasts, not only to provide the balance of the dog, but they need strong lungs, the air is very thin in Tibet because of the attitude, and a system requires affective ventricle.

Ideal Weight: 140-170 euros / kg 64-78
Average size: 25-28 cm cm / 61-71
Life expectancy: 10-14 years

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