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We are located approximately 40 minutes southwest of Denver in the foothills. We are not a full time breeder and our dogs are part of our family. We strive to raise healthy Tibetan Mastiffs. I would like to share my experiences with other breeders such located in Colorado, Wisconsin, and California. It is my hope that my experiences as a "newcomer" may avoid you loss of money, time, and stress. I would be happy to share emails to support my experiences and you can question them yourself :). During puppy season some breeders will "discredit" and spread rumors about other breeders. Since many breeders have the same lines in their pedigree, I recommend buying the puppy with the look you like and being comfortable with your breeders requirements and/or restrictions! Having a "CHAMPIONSHIP" doesn't mean the dog is better. Their are many reasons for a dog not being CHAMPIONED out. "MAKING THEIR OWN MAJORS" to become a Champion. Most importantly, talk directly to the breeders and don't listen to "hear say".
PLEASE READ - NEW DEVELOPMENT! ARE YOU PROTECTED AS A DOG OWNER WITH AKC OR IS YOUR DOG BEING PUT AT RISK TO BE STOLEN AS A RESULT OF AKC'S REGISTRATION PROCESS?
Recently, AKC approved a litter without permission of the owner of the sire. Based on what I have learned about this; anybody can get the AKC number of a dog from a variety of places including show programs and the OFA site. With just this information, a person can take the dog to a vet, collect sperm, inseminate their bitch and resgister the litter with the AKC. AKC apparently will not protect the owner of a sire. It does not even require the owner of the sires knowledge or signature to register a litter. It does not even bother to check! The AKC was notified by the owner of the dog that they did not approve and had not signed the forms; but AKC apparently is going ahead with the registration. The owner of the dog did not know that the owner of the bitch was told it should be spayed by the breeders of the bitch's parents. Personally, I would not feel safe as an owner knowing that somebody could take my dog and do this. I am thinking that this will encourage theft. If I was you I would ask the AKC about this and I personally will be registering any future dogs with UKC!
IMPORTANT! KESANG CAMP SILKBOW OF HO IS OWNED BY RON BOMBLISS OF KESANG CAMP. BEFORE PURCHASING ANY PUPPIES SIRED BY "SILKBOW", I RECOMMEND CONTACTING RON BOMBLISS AT www,kesangcamp.com FOR MORE INFORMATION REGARDING ANY ISSUES WITH LITTERS SIRED BY HIM.
THE TIBETAN MASTIFF'S COAT
The coat of a Tibetan Mastiff lacks the unpleasant "big-dog smell" that affects many large breeds. The coat, whatever its length or color(s), should shed dirt and odors. Although the dogs shed somewhat throughout the year, there is generally one great "molt" in late winter or early spring and sometimes another, lesser molt in the late summer or early fall, making it a good breed for allergy sufferers.
CHOOSING A BREEDER CAN BE FRUSTRATING! MY ADVICE IS TO NEVER RELY SOLELY ON WEBSITES! TALK TO THE BREEDER PERSONALLY AND DON'T LISTEN TO "RUMORS." All our future puppies will be sold as pets (no papers), to GOOD HOMES, NOT SHOW BREEDER HOMES, because of the deceitful business practices, treatment, and hypocritical information in my opinion that I have been given by several breeders and their friends that condone the behavior I have experienced with them while being told that I should just "suck it up". There are plenty of good dogs out there so I refuse to support the bad breeders. It's not the dogs that are bad, it's the people breeding them like puppy mills just to make a living off them. Please feel free to contact me and I can share emails with you regarding their behavior. You could pay more from show breeders for the same lines; buy why?I recommend carefully researching both the sire and dam for structure, temperament, and to be comfortable with your breeder"s requirements and restrictions. Ask to see any test results to be sure your puppy will be more likely not to have hip or elbow problems. Research the breeder you are interested in personally and not on "hear say". I have read articles on other websites that offer advice similar to the following: "Avoid breeders who make it their mission to criticize and bash other breeders' dogs and programs. It is not constructive to listen to a breeder bad-mouth others. I personally think they bear part of the blame for creating homeless TMs by preventing beautiful, healthy, puppies from finding good homes and then blaming the breeder they have "bashed". Reputable and dedicated breeders should be more concerned with the welfare of their own dogs." I think this is great advice! I had a contract with a long time kennel here in Denver on a dog that was bred by his friend and AKC judge in California which was breached for simply for speaking with a breeder they didn't like while using his dogs in their breeding program.. Sometimes this is a license to do things that would be very "hypocritical" or getting too comfortable riding on your reputation :)