The Tibetan Mastiff is a large Tibetan dog breed belonging to the mastiff family. Originating with the nomadic cultures of Tibet, China, Mongolia, India and Nepal, it is used by local tribes of Tibetans, Nepalis and Indians to protect sheep from wolves, leopards, bears, large mustelids and tigers.
Weight: Male: 100–160 lbs (45–73 kg), Female: 75–120 lbs (34–54 kg)
Height: Male: 26–30 inches (66–76 cm), Female: 24–28 inches (61–71 cm)
Temperament: Tenacious, Stubborn, Aloof, Intelligent, Strong Willed, Protective
Origin: Tibet, Nepal, Himalayas
Colors: Black, Black & Tan, Brown, Brown & Tan, Red Gold, Blue Gray
Litter Size: 5-12 Puppies