9 Tibetan Mastiff.
This still very simple dog breed was developed centuries ago in Tibet. at first used as guard dogs for farm animals and property, Tibetan Mastiffs can still be found (singing, dancing, acting, etc., in front of people) that role, be that as it may, they additionally appreciate life as a family partner and show dog. The cost is $7000. The Tibetan Mastiff is a partner dog who should live inside, with admittance to a huge, safely fenced yard where he can exercise. A small yard or dog run isn’t (good) enough for his needs.His hefty coat makes him not fitting to life in a hot, moist atmosphere, in spite of the fact that he can endure dry warmth. During sweltering climate,he should always have access to shade and fresh water whenever he’s outdoor.