Bush Song Tibetan Mastiffs

Bush Song Tibetan Mastiff Kennels was born out of love and respect for this majestic breed. The more I researched their background, the more in awe I became with their ancient history and various uses as dictated by man.  The Tibetan was and is a fearless guard dog, used not only to guard flocks and villages, but also by the Tibetan monks as gatekeepers to their sacred temples.  Hence the names Temple Dog and Gate Dog.  Today we appreciate them for their loyalty, even temperament and companionship.

Bush Song have a limited breeding program with the overriding aim to breed quality, well loved, true to type Tibetan Mastiffs.  Bush Song TM's are nurtured and cared for with a great deal of time invested in producing well natured, healthy, happy puppies and adults.  TM's are a part of the family and as such, spend a proportionate amount of time in the house both curious and involved in all day to day activities.

Bush Song is a small hobby kennel in the Adelaide Hills with no intention of breeding dogs as a commodity for profit.  We are entirely devoted to providing the best life our dogs can possibly have.  We love animals, respect their rights as well as the environment and derive great pleasure from our TM's being a part of this idyllic lifestyle.

The Bush Song brood consists of six TM's, four girls and two boys.  Our girls  are Bonnie, Hannah, Jade and Effie.  Our tall boy is Argos and newest home bred Grand Champion is Jett.

Bush Song tirelessly promote and show the breed and have been doing so since 2009 - both locally and interstate.  Bush Song TM's come from Champion bloodlines and are Australian Champions in their own right.  Along the way they have had many wins under many respected International judges including wins at Adelaide, Melbourne and Canberra Royal Shows.

All Bush Song TM's from birth have been under the care of a vet, uniformly immunised, micro chipped, tested for bone structure and hereditary diseases to ensure they enjoy the best of health from puppy to adulthood. They all undergo puppy and dog training  to ensure socialization and a temperament suited to being a family member.

From time to time Bush Song will have beautiful happy puppies available to place in loving homes where the intention is to make their beloved puppy a part of their family.

Please feel free to contact me to make a time to visit the Bush Song brood along with the other wildlife with which they share their home in the Adelaide Hills. I am always happy to provide information and answer any questions you may have.  Like myself I am sure you will find that you can not be in the presence of such a majestic ancient breed and not be completely taken over by them.

Falling in love with this breed will spoil you forever.

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Marcus | Reply 10.09.2021 23:30

Will you have any breeding plans for next 2022?

Greg Green 11.09.2021 17:39

Yes, I am planning for a liter next year.

Josie | Reply 24.08.2021 23:10

What is the best way to get our names down on a waiting list for an upcoming litter.
Kind Regards

Greg Green | Reply 11.06.2021 06:43

Sorry, no puppies this year.

GRAHAM SMITH | Reply 30.05.2021 13:19

Hello, I am interested in obtaining a Tibetan Mastiff preferably a puppy or mature dog no older than 2 years old. I live in Magill by the way.

Greg Green 11.06.2021 06:42

No puppies available this year
I do have a 3 1/2 year old girl I would consider rehoming
Email or call me on 0412 735 598 if you would like to discuss options

Christine Harrison | Reply 10.08.2020 17:42

Hi there.
Could you add our name to yourust of prospective puppy parents We will supply any information that you need.
Our phone is 0401272995
Christine and Kat

Greg Green 11.08.2020 08:58

You are on the list, thank you.

janette wynne 0432148522 | Reply 23.06.2020 14:14

hi Greg. we have spoken over the years about my TB cross Rottweiler. on gumtree someone is re homing my girls brother. i recognised the similarities immediately

Greg 23.06.2020 23:52

I hope he finds a good home.

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11.09 | 17:39

Yes, I am planning for a liter next year.

10.09 | 23:30

Will you have any breeding plans for next 2022?

24.08 | 23:10

What is the best way to get our names down on a waiting list for an upcoming litter.
Kind Regards

11.06 | 06:43

Sorry, no puppies this year.

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