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Viking   [Oct 01, 2011 at 08:07 AM]
As impressive as this dog may seem, in my opinion it's an example of an overbred Tibetan Mastiff, not bred for function but for financial greed purposes, like it happened for example with Shar Peis. I cannot believe that people still fall for that. It may seem impressive, but it doesn't look much like an original Tibetan Mastiff, that was created for centuries for function.
mastino1   [Oct 12, 2011 at 03:55 PM]
I realize some may not like the chinese bred Tibetan mastiff but I will say they really catch your eye as an awe inspiring looking dog.Be great to hear a discussion from an expert or breeders on this breed on the different types within the breed and health especially in the Chinese bred TM.
Astibus   [Oct 13, 2011 at 03:52 AM]
Awe inspiring and eye catching, sure - if that is what it's bred for. Otherwise useless though.
mastino1   [Oct 19, 2011 at 03:38 AM]
I did finally find some video of Chinese TM and see the reason for certain members not liking the breed.The specimens I seen do not move very well,some seemed to have had trouble walking.They have very low stamina and seem to be hindered by the overall mass that their structure has to carry.This is atleast what I seen in the five videos I watched..

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