Bush Song Tibetan Mastiffs

We began Bush Song Tibetan Mastiff Kennels out of the love and respect we have for this majestic breed.  The more my wife and I researched  their background, the more in awe we 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, 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.

At Bush Song, we plan a limited breeding program with the overriding aim to breed quality, well loved, true to type Tibetan Mastiffs.  We nurture and care for our dogs, investing a great deal of time in producing well natured, healthy, happy puppies and dogs.  Our dogs are a part of our family and as such, spend a proportionate amount of time in the house with us, curious and involved with our day to day activities.

 We are a small hobby kennel in the Adelaide Hills and have 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.

Our brood consists of four dogs, three girls and a boy.  Our girls  are Bonnie, Hannah and Jade.  Our tall boy is Argos.

 We are tireless in our efforts to promote and show the breed and have been doing so since 2009 - both locally and interstate.  Our original 2 girls - Bonnie and Hannah - come from Champion bloodlines and are Australian Champions in their own right.  Along the way they have had many wins under respected International judges including wins at Adelaide, Melbourne and Canberra Royal Shows.

All our dogs 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.

We plan to have beautiful happy puppies available in the near future to place in loving homes where the intention is to make their beloved puppy a part of their family.

 Please feel free to contact us and make a time to visit us and our brood along with the other wildlife with which we share our home in the Adelaide Hills. We are happy to provide information and answer any questions you may have. We are certain that like us, 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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Jane | Reply 27.09.2015 17.19

I have been in love with this breed for some time and have been interested in their history , i would love in the near future to be owned by one

James | Reply 27.05.2015 09.02

Hi. I am in need of a companion on my new 8 acres and would love to raise one of these gorgeous creatures from a Pup. =)

Greg 27.05.2015 15.45

Hi James,
email me - bushsongtibetanmastiffs@bigpond.com - and we can discuss how to make this possiible.

Natalie | Reply 26.05.2015 21.53

Absolutely stunning...one day I would loved to be owned by one of these fur kids....my little miniture horse is smaller than the dogs. What a playmate for him

Greg 27.05.2015 15.48

Hi Natalie,
Yep, one of these guys would make a great playmate and guardian, Would be devoted to both you and your 4 legged friend. Email me to discuss.

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06.01 | 09:30

That is great. Best you send me an email and we can work out how to make this happen.

06.01 | 09:28

That is great, best you send me an email then we can work out how to make this happen

06.01 | 06:39

I would like to purchase a puppy as a pet

05.01 | 18:28

Males have more mane than females. Some TM's are tiger head type others are lion head type. Some have exaggerated the mane which is wrong, email for more info

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