Tibetan Mastiff Buys
March 17, 2011 by staff
Tibetan Mastiff Buys, A Chinese coal baron spent a record $ 1,516,819 and an 11-month race red Tibetan Mastiff named Dong Hong, or “Big Splash”, above. The new owner, who gave his name only as Yang, the dog learns at a private breeding base in the Chinese province of Shandong. What are these like hot dogs? Keep clicking
Would you pay million RMB (S $ .95 million) for a dog? Well, someone a.
A baron of coal from northern China have paid a little of that money for a Tibetan mastiff red, Big Splash.
The dog, the dog most expensive in the world today, comes with massive food needs because they are known to weigh up to 130 kg: Big Splash needs chicken and beef enough to feed his body more 81.8 kg. And not forgetting the sea cucumber and abalone.
Tibetan mastiffs have become status symbols fur in China, perhaps foreclosure homes and jewelry.
Not only the thought of being red a lucky color in Chinese but Tibetan Mastiffs in particular, are considered sacred animals that give their owners a healthy and safety.
Tibetan mastiffs, to be one of the oldest precious breeds in the world used to be the best friends of Queen Victoria, King George IV and Genghis Khan.
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