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Dogs In Art

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Tibetans Invade Westminster

Posted in cute, funny faces, midtown, New York, winter with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 19, 2013 by Qritiq

Congratulations to Tibetan Mastiff Sierras’ Sasha-Yakone Nanuk, winner of Best In Breed at the 2013 Westminster Kennel Club show that took place in February at New York’s Madison Square Garden. Owners Jim Butler and Ricardo Gallegos.

2013 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show: Tibetan...

2013 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show: Tibetan Mastiff (Photo credit:

One of the largest breeds in dogdom, these giants average 180 [see Jim Butler’s comment below] pounds.


Over 2700 dogs entered the 2013 show – a record-breaker.

2009 contestant

Fluffy tails are more than just for show – they can curl over the nose and allow for warmer air to breathe while sleeping in cold climes. Sturdy legs and big foot pads help maneuver over snowy landscapes.


Tibetan Mastiff

Photo credit: Henry Chen

Worst Story Ever

Posted in evil with tags , on February 19, 2013 by Qritiq



A Chinese dog-owner is suing an animal clinic in Beijing after his Tibetan mastiff died while undergoing a facelift to make it look more attractive to breeders…

Owner sues clinic after $ 173,000 dog dies during FACELIFT.


Owner sues clinic after $ 173,000 dog dies during FACELIFT

Shades of Tibetan Mastiffs

Posted in puppies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 28, 2010 by Qritiq!/qritiq

Ni Ai at 4 months old

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Tibetian Mastiffs in snow

Tibetian Mastiffs in snow (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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More On The Tibetan Mastiff

Posted in cute, funny faces, puppies with tags , , , , , on August 28, 2008 by Qritiq

-originally bred as guard dogs

-highly affectionate to family; aloof to strangers

-medium playfulness and trainability

-owners of these dogs say they can be “a handful”

-weight can top 150 lbs. for males

-breeding in the U.S. began in the 1970’s with stock from Nepal and India

-included in the Working Group as of 2007

-strong-willed; can bark at night

-tail should be curled over; cat-like feet

-check for hip dysplasia

maggie from Alaska

maggie from alaska

Books On The Tibetan Mastiff

The New Breed

Posted in puppies with tags , , , on February 9, 2008 by Qritiq

sweetActually they’re a really old breed, but this is the first year that the Tibetan Mastiff will compete at the Westminster Dog Show at Madison Square Garden (Monday and Tuesday).  On show days, if you walk through the lobby of the hotel across the street from Penn Station on 7th Ave, you will see all manner of dogs.  Competitors


Seems that these (born in 2007) are the K-9’s to be of Annhui.

Books On The Tibetan Mastiff

More about the breed here

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