Tibetan Mastiffs are massive, athletic dogs with a solemn yet kind appearance.
Group: Asian and Oceanian
Lifespan: 10–15 yr
Height: 25–28 in
Weight: 90–140 lb
During seasonal shedding periods when they blow their coats, Tibetan Mastiffs require almost daily grooming with a de-shedding tool to remove the undercoat. But the rest of the year, a weekly brushing to remove dirt, debris, and tangles is sufficient. The breed standard does not allow the clipping or trimming of the coat. Trimming nails and brushing teeth should also be part of your Tibetan Mastiff's grooming routine.
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Always visit a professional veterinarian if you believe your dog may have health issues.