Male Tibetan Mastiff - 2000€ - Top Breeders - No Viewings In Person
Introducing Calibos, a magnificent 3 year 11 month old Chinese Tibetan Mastiff. This loyal and laid-back dog is also an active guard dog, making him the perfect addition to any family. He is a striking black and tan male, weighing in at a healthy 55kg. Calibos is fully vaccinated, wormed, and microchipped for your peace of mind.
Originally imported from the renowned Czech breeders, Sirius Nova Tibetans, Calibos was purchased in February 2023 for £4000.
He has undergone professional training with K9 Security, mastering commands such as sit, heel, down, recall, stay, and paw. Calibos has also been treated for an eye condition to prevent blindness, ensuring his health and wellbeing. He is an ideal candidate for studding work, should the new owner wish to pursue this.
Please note, the cost of his medical treatment and training is not included in the final price. Payment must be made first, and collection or delivery can be arranged with the buyer. This loyal Mastiff is located in Antrim and is eagerly awaiting his new forever home.
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