Chinese Kunlun Mountain Dog
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The Chinese Kunlun Mountain Dog is a close relative of the Tibetan Mastiff and the Kunlun Hunting Dog, as well as the Molossers of Northern Pakistan, Nepal and India. Primarily a livestock protector, this breed is also an ideal property guardian, due to its high protection drive and distrust of strangers. Massive and powerful, the Kunlun Mastiff needs careful and experienced handling.

The rich coat is harsh and weatherproof, common in any shade, solid or particoloured. There isn't a lot more information on this breed, other than its numbers steadily decreasing. Average height is around 26 inches.

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