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Happy to announce that after 2 years pause in breeding our 1st litter since 2018 has been born on 14th of February 2020! Special Valentines gift to us and to their new families.
Our beloved 4 years old Jigme (Dokhyi Legend Jigme Khyi Ai) and 4 years old Charlie (Wangdak Akar) have become parents to lovely litter of 12 pups (beautiful shades of silver (grey/blue with tan) and 4 super jet black with rich tan) !.
Mum and all puppies doing well, having lovely equal weight between 470 gr and 570 gr. No causalities in whelp.
Both parents to my litter are family pets, living indoors and trusted around home guests. They are fully Kennel Club registered with pedigrees going back many and more generations of pure Tibetan Mastiff's with many of them being Champions, International Champions and World Winners!
Charlie and Jigme are both officially health tested (excellent HD 3/4 (AA) & ED 0/0 for each of them- bellow breed average) with results available to view at Kennel Club website.
Wangdak Akar is one of the most outstanding examples of males in breed; beautiful head and eye expression, plenty of bone, long coat, well balanced structure and easy movement makes him not only head turner but fully capable working dog as the Tibetan Mastiff should be. Adding to it his superb temperament there was not much wonder if to add this excellent specimen to my bloodlines. Jigme is our home bred blue and tan female with lion coat of her famous (now retired) father. She is lovely, loyal girl around people she knows but reserved with strangers. Beautiful head, solid bone and well put together structure. Easy in movement. Proven mother to one litter of beautiful long coated and healthy puppies. (Her 2 years old daughter lives with us and is available to view with mum).
Pedigrees of both parents to my new litter are going back to the most established and proven for excellent offspring bloodlines.
Puppies will stay with us for min 8 weeks. In meantime we will keep in touch with families who reserved puppy, we will provide everyone with weekly photos and videos so the wait for new addition is bit easier.
Deposit to secure reservation for a puppy is £300. The deposit it's refundable if you find that puppy by age of 8 weeks is not fulfilling your expectations. Deposit is refundable as well if puppy will turn not to be fit for sale. Balance payment must be paid before puppy will leave our home. All our puppies are sold with contract and endorsements which all be will be clearly explained before we accept deposit and final payment.
We reserve the rights to refund deposit and cancel the selling process before puppy is collected if we are not satisfied that puppy is going to the right home.
Puppies will be going to new homes vaccinated (at lest once), chipped, KC registered, wormed, insured and with puppy packs to help to start the amazing journey with your new Tibetan Mastiff.
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