Himalayan mastiffs are native to the Himalayan region. They’re known as Himalayan guard dogs or indigenous Tibetan mastiffs. This is a calm and lovable dog who loves to please its master and be around its owner and family. One important fact: They cannot tolerate or survive warm weather. They also do not like the company of other dogs, and a full-grown male is capable of taking down two wolves on its own.
Usually very gentle and calm, Himalayan mastiffs can be very ferocious if something goes wrong. They are known to fight to the death. They are the only purebred Indian mastiffs and unfortunately, only a few are left. This breed is identified as endangered.
Height: Males stand about 30″ – 38″ at the shoulder; females, 28″ – 35.”
Weight: Males weigh 60+ kilos, sometimes as much as 100 kilos! Females weigh upwards of 50 kilos.
Coat and Colour: They have a long, dry, double-coat of solid black or black mixed with yellow/tan, red, dark grey, or grey-black. Rare specimen have mixed coloration, but white is not common.
Temperament: Very loyal, friendly, devoted to their owners, and protective of their family.
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