One of the largest and most intriguing dog breeds in the world is the Tibetan Mastiff. While they are very impressive looking when they are adult, these dogs are very adorable when they are young. Tibetan Mastiff Puppies look like baby bear cubs and are very large even when they are first born. If you are ever around one of these puppies you will truly be amazed with its uniquely large size. These dogs when fully grown have been recorded at 240 pounds. Now that’s one huge dog! If you are like me and have never seen Tibetan Mastiff Puppies in person before you might have looked them up online. But if you haven’t then you are in for a real treat. There is a video at the bottom of this article that is a prime example of one of these animals. So if you are interested in this fascinating dog breed you should really check it out.
This is One Playful Puppy!
In the video you will get to see a very large but very young dog playing with its owner. It’s very fun to see this animal as it play fights with a stuffed alligator. While the video is short, it’s a real joy to watch such an amazing animal. This is a very good example of how these dogs should look and you can tell that this animal is well taken care of. While watching this dog play I can’t help but think about how large he is going to get when he grows up. I wonder if the owner of this animal is prepared for such a large dog. While many people keep these dogs in their homes, it would be hard to imagine one inside of a tiny apartment. But I’m sure this dog owner has lots of space for this dog to roam around in.
After Watching The Video and Seeing This Cute Dog Would You Own One?
I for one would love to have one of these beautiful animals. But I’m not sure if I would have enough space for such a large breed. There are probably a lot of you out there that feel the same way. So after watching the video, did you too fall in love with this wonderful animal? I’m sure some of you probably don’t have the space but if you do these dogs can make really great pets.
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