Tibetan mastiffs are some of the largest dogs in the world. They look intimidating. It’s easy to get scared of these dogs, especially if you had no idea that they are quite docile.
For Tibetan mastiffs to have a fulfilling life, they have specific needs that have to be met. For instance, they require sufficient space where they can roam and play around. Otherwise, these dogs will get bored, and the muscles in their bodies will atrophy.
Tibetan mastiffs need a large quantity of food. They won’t be satisfied with the same portions served for, let’s say, a regular-sized chocolate labrador. That means they will need a large dog food bowl too.
Lastly, Tibetan mastiffs require consistent playmates to stay happy. After all, they have the temperament of toddlers. Unfortunately, not many people or animals are willing to play with a dog thrice their size.
Thankfully for the Tibetan mastiffs in our featured video, a lack of playmates is not an issue. Aside from their humans, they have other four-legged friends. Watch these Tibetan mastiffs spend time with their playmates on the video below.
In the video, we meet the Tibetan mastiff named Titanium. He’s playing with an Alaskan malamute named Desire. Or, to be more accurate, Desire is playing with Titanium.
Desire seems rather interested in the bigger and fluffier Titanium. Meanwhile, Titanium does his best to relax in the presence of the playful puppy. They look cute together, despite looking bigger than your usual adult-sized dog and puppy.
Titanium and Desire also play with a curious cat. Unfortunately, we don’t know its name. But we can tell this cat lives under the same roof as Titanium and Desire, given how relaxed it is in the dogs’ presence.
Titanium, Desire, and the cat share one thing in common. They are all fluffy.
Thanks to Living Israel