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How to Train Your Tibetan Mastiff Not to Chase Wild Animals

Tibetan Mastiffs are a quiet, independent, and protective breed by nature. They are loving, and adoring and have a reserved character makes them great family dogs. Their protectiveness makes them even better sheepdog. But without proper training, they can be dangerous. Since TM dogs are so defensive, they can become triggered by the slightest sign …

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