Our Tibetan Mastiffs are members of the family. They essentially have open access to the house and are in and out throughout the course of the day. They all come in for the evening and sleep in the house at night. Two or more may be crated or gated in a dog-proof room depending on their age and or "chewing habits". But most are sprawled out in various favorite sleeping spots. They share our home and our lives and we prefer it that way.
For the first time this summer of 2008 we will be adding and utilizing a temperature controlled indoor/outdoor kennel area. Its primary use will be a place for the dogs to stay safely while we are out, for separation purposes during the heat/breeding season, and "possibly" rotated sleeping quarters for those who adapt well to it but their primary place will be in the house.
View our Breeding Plans page if you would like information on upcoming litters.
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