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Pictures Of Your Tibetan Mastiff | Share Your TM Dog Photos

We all absolutely love our dogs and enjoy doing things with them that may appear weird to others who’ve never had a pet before. Dog owners, for example, are hooked on filming their pets.

Share Memorable Photos Of Your Tibetan Mastiff

Taking nice shots of your Tibetan Mastiff requires a combination of chance and expertise. They wiggle, run, and chase after the neighbor’s cat, resulting in blurred photographs of your dog’s back legs racing away.

Taking pictures of your dog is a great method to not only capture wonderful images of a treasured family member, but it’s also great practice and will help you improve your overall photography skills. Every dog has its own personality, as any fur parent will tell you. And if you’re lucky, you might be able to capture your pet’s personality in a photograph.

Please send us some of your favorite T Mastiff photos through email attachment if you’d like to help us develop the Tibetan Mastiff Showcase. Please bear with us while we upload photos to the site as time permits.

Dog Photo Guidelines

All photos must be clear and in focus when uploaded. It is preferable if you do not resize or crop the photos to a small size. In order for us to better organize your TM photo albums, we require that you supply the following information:

  • Name and address
  • Dog’s name
  • Dog’s gender
  • Dog’s age
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