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TIBETAN MASTIFF PUPPIES COLORADO

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TIBETAN MASTIFF AND FENCING IDEAS WITH PHOTOS

A lot of people will try to "scare you off" owning a Tibetan Mastiff because they will say you do not have adequate fencing. My former co-owner is one of these people. After visiting their home and dogs on many occasions; I am a little confused because on our visits the dogs were in a front yard with four foot chain link fencing.

Anyway, just like every person is unique; so are Tibetan Mastiffs. You kind of have to go with the flow. Depending on your circumstances. For instance, we live in the mountains and have a very large area fenced (see below for type of fencing). There is very little street traffec to catch the dog's attention. For us, a four foot fence with horse hot wire works; except in certain areas of containment during breeding season. You may need a six foot privacy fence if you live in an area where homes are very close together and lots of activities outside the fence to tempt the dogs.

I believe proper training and socializing plays an important role in what is required to keep your Tibetan Mastiff secure. Our dogs are never left outside when no one is home. I think this is a very good idea. They are well socialized and come in every night. I am not an expert; but I would think the less time the dog spends bonding with it's family; the more likely it is to get in trouble. These are just my suggestions based on my experiences with our dogs.