Tibetan Mastiff dog breed is serious and dignified, calm and quiet, unless provoked. Aloof with strangers, the TMs will remain watchful every moment they are on their territory. This breed is typically patient with children and other family pets, but requires introduction to those outside the family.
In the pictures that follow – a Tibetan Mastiff is on duty as a guard dog and rips apart a pigeon. Viewer discretion advised.
The Tibetan Mastiff is guarding the gate. He lies down to rest as he feels confident there are no intruders on his property. Check out the beautiful design created by sun rays passing through the gate.
TM time to be alert – Someone/Something is at the gate – What is it?
Is it outside the gate?????
Or is it on the inside!??? Well, I don’t care much if it is on the outside, its time to take a look inside.
Why are you taking so many photos? I’m just doing my job!
Seriously? More photos??
Ok! Here is a cute pose for you master, click me and be happy!
Now, rub my belly please.
I’m happy you are happy. Be happy!
Oh wait! I see something moving…
Time to check it out, let’s go.
Look what I found. This bird was sitting on my land. Territory first.
Dear Bird, you are not going anywhere. Wait, is there another bird?? The Tibetan mastiff looking out for the bird in the bush while holding one bird in hand.
Ok, all set – time to rip you apart.
RIP dear bird.
Thanks for watching. Area secure, time to relax.
Link: Tibetan Mastiff dog breed profile page.