in Awww 14 Interesting Facts About Mastiffs by Judy Powell November 22, 2022, 4:26 pm 3 Comments 7shares Facebook Twitter Email Pinterest 13 Warning: This pic contains too much cuteness. Credit Judy Powell 14 There are many celebrities who own a Mastiff, including Michael Bay, George C. Scott, Gayle King, Kirstie Alley and Marlon Brando. Credit Judy Powell This is sad. These are all crossbred dogs and are so far from the Tibetan Mastiff in appearance. They do not meet the breed standard. Since they are crossbred they are not likely to be like the description of the Tibetan Mastiff. This breed has been ruined by cross bred dogs registered as pure bred. Reply Page 5 of 5Previous 12345Next post7shares Facebook Twitter Email Pinterest See more Previous article 14 Interesting Facts About Shar-Peis Next article 14 Interesting Facts About Doberman Pinschers 3 Comments Leave a Reply These dogs pictured are NOT Tibetan Mastiffs…. they are chines crossbreeds that have no resemblance to the authentic breed that is the TM! Research befire making your ‘fact’ articles as you are misinforming a lot of people and ruining our breed!!!!!! Reply It is unfortunate that none of the dogs pictured here are Tibetan Mastiffs. They are all ‘Chinese Mastiffs’ which have been crossbred for bulk/size/coat/wrinkles and have unfortunately created a series of dogs that are prone to all sorts of health and temperament issues and have rendered them totally unsuited to the original purpose of the Tibetan Mastiff as an agile, loyal guardian of family, property and livestock. Anyone interested in the breed should speak to their relevant breed club to get some useful information on the true Tibetan Mastiff Breed, their plus points (and their drawbacks!). Please be aware of these (usually very expensive) crosses as you could end up with a very poorly/unstable dog rather than a fit healthy dog that is fit for purpose and a true ambassador for the breed. Reply What a shame! Not a single picture shows a Tibetan Mastiff! All these dogs are plain mixes, not a single one could survive in Tibet, not to talk about killing a lion. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.