This video will explain why a giant Tibetan mastiff is able to get in a car. Despite its 300 lb. weight, this giant dog isn’t easily swayed, so human help is necessary to safely and easily get it into the vehicle. The video went viral online and has inspired people to train their own masiffs how to behave in cars.
To train a Tibetan Mastiff how to ride in a car, you must first make it comfortable for you both. Your dog may prefer to be in the rear seat of your car. However, the dashboard could be too high for the dog’s head. This means they can’t breathe properly, and the possibility of an attack or accident is too high. A full grown Tibetan Mastiff may fit comfortably in the back seat, but not in a car when it’s a puppy.
While the majority of Tibetan Mastiffs are healthy, there are some conditions you should watch out for. CIDN (Canine Inherited Demyelinative Neuropathy) is one such disorder that can be hereditary. This inherited condition causes the dog’s rear legs to feel numb. This condition has been reduced through selective breeding, but it is not completely eliminated. A second endocrine disorder that is common in this breed is autoimmune hypothyroidism. To maintain healthy thyroid levels, the dog must be on medication daily.
It is important to start your Tibetan Mastiff’s training early. Introducing your dog to different people, places, and situations early in his life will help prevent territorial aggression and make him less afraid of other animals. As he gets older, he’ll be more comfortable with different situations. This will allow you to take your dog anywhere and meet more people.
If you’re considering a giant Tibetan Mastiff for a family, make sure you have adequate space to exercise your pet. Although this breed is playful and quiet indoors, it requires plenty of space to exercise and play. It is a large breed and can bark quite a bit at night. You may need to provide an outdoor space for him to sleep. If you plan to take your Tibetan Mastiff to a car, ensure that you have enough space for it to exercise.
Getting into a car with a giant Tibetan Mastiff isn’t an easy task. The car is not large enough for the dog, and the dog is heavy. To ensure a safe trip, the dog will require special care and training. If you’re unsure whether you’re ready to drive with a giant Tibetan Mastiff, talk to a breeder or a fellow dog owner. This is one dog you won’t regret.