Tibetan Mastiff valued for $2 million record sale in China
The trend of pet rearing is increasing and this is well supporting to increase in the prices of pets as the demand increases. But can you believe to witness such a big value for a pet in millions? Yes, a Tibetan mastiff has been sold for $2 million in China by a property developer and another sold for $1 million or little below.
According to Zhang Gengyun who is a dog’s breeder, Tibetan Mastiff studs have loin’s blood and they are the rarest breed and treasured. In China, dogs are considered to be sign of status as well as these are known as the drivers of success. But such dogs are owned by status conscious people and they have emerged to be status symbol.
How similar these look to loins? You will not believe but even Chinese zoo tried to retain one in place of loin in their zoo.
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