How to Find a Tibetan Mastiff Breeder

  • 26/11/2010

Tibetan mastiff dogs are heavy-boned and large dogs. These dogs originated in the Tibet and then later introduced to the western countries. These dogs have short fur over their heads with a thick coat of hair over their body. It is actually what makes them survive the cold seasons of Tibet. Most people would choose to have this breed because they are large which are what westerners like the most.

If your live in the states or different parts of the globe yet still wants to have a Tibetan Mastiff dog, you need to find a breeder. Read on to find out how to find a Tibetan Mastiff breeder.

1. The first thing you need to do on how to find a Tibetan Mastiff breeder is to contact your local dog associations or groups. Most of the localities have a Tibetan Mastiff dog association where in they breed dogs of such type. These are the official breeders for these kinds of dogs. That way, you can be sure that your dog is 100% bred of a Tibetan Mastiff.

2. A helpful tip on how to find a Tibetan Mastiff breeder is when the person tells you the ups and downs of adopting the type of dog. It means that he is an expert with these types of dogs which makes his company or group an official breeder. You might want to ask this from any breeders you meet and if he fails to answer that only means that he knows not much of what he is breeding.

3. If the breeder you found tells you that they do not have a puppy available at the moment, you can then ask if he can refer you to other breeders he know. They might have some friends or remote company that also breeds dogs of that type. If you found a good breeder, he will never bad-mouth other fellow breeders. He will actually recommend you to the best place he knows second to their place.

4. Ask the breeder what Tibetan Mastiffs are like. You can inquire about how to take care of them, and all the things you would like to know. This is your opportunity to ask these questions before you take the dog home. The breeder will have enough knowledge about this if he really has an expertise with these dogs.

5. If you found a place that have the puppies you are looking for, kindly ask him if you can see their kennel. See if they are living in a good environment. If they are, you are sure that the puppy is healthy and they are always checked. Some places do not have the proper facilities for dogs.

6. If you are ready to take the dog home, the breeder might ask you some information and questions about your family and home. This only shows that they are concern with the welfare of the dog. No good breeder would let his dogs go to a home that will not take proper care of him.

Those are the steps on how to find a Tibetan Mastiff breeder. Now you can start looking for one in your place to adopt a puppy of your own.

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