About us

     At the time when we were deciding which breed of big dogs to choose, the Tibetan Mastiff attracted us by its appearance at first. The nature is, however, much more important, and we took to the dignified nature of the Tibetan Mastiff, which is reserved towards strangers but nice towards family members. What did we want? In the year 1991 our three children were relatively young, so the most important thing was that the dogs and the children should like and uderstand each other. What we further expected from our future friend was both the care and the feeding in adulthood without excessive demands, the ability to guard without any special training, no great need to be walked and hardiness. We did not need an absolutely obedient dog, but a sensible friend and guard dog. As we were getting to know the Tibetan Mastiff´s nature, we came to realise that it was ideal for us. We could give them a lot of love, enough time and understanding. And so we brought home two beautiful bushy little bears, our first two bitches Anik-Chin and Bali Alatna on 30 December 1992…

     The little dog-girls grew quickly and we were lucky, they were exactly as we had imagined them, they grew up to become two beauties, so dog shows started. Bali became the first Interchampion from Czech breeding, Aisha was also successful. We decided to start breeding and we kept female Annabell from the first litter (she became the second Interchampion from Czech breeding), and we were already pondering what to do next. We brought a male Of Zlazano Lhako from Finland and we were choosing other suitable partners for our females. All our Tibetan Mastiffs were black and tan, but blue and tan is also interesting colour. This decided our future steps: we kept Eli. Ellisabeth is female with a pleasant nature, exceptionally beautiful.  In the year 1999 we brought home our little darling, male Phou-Sheng des Mille Vallees from France. Tashi, as we called him, was amazing. We liked his appearance and nice nature. In the year 2000 there were very few golden Tibetan Mastiffs in Czech Republic. The golden female of my dreams Chua-Jen was born as the first puppy in the litter. Thanks to Bali, my dream came true. Some of our dog-friends have already left us, but their offsprings  live with us… And Eli? In the year 2003 we took her to our first World Dog Show, thinking how fine it would be to gain fifth place. There were 8 females in Champion Class with Eli. And Ellisabeth won, she got the title World Winner! We achieved another great success at World Dog Show 2006 in Poznan, Poland, at which Mimayin Strazce z Tibetu (son of Falco Strazce z Tibetu and Chua-Jen Strazce z Tibetu) got title World Winner too. At 2009 Ellisabeth and Irdlow got World Veteran Winner, female Xenie Strazce z Tibetu World Junior Winner...

     The Tibetan Mastiff evokes the image of a huge dog by its very name. That´s why our main aim is to breed not only healthy, but also nice and large dogs with beautiful movement and correct legs. So far we have been successful, the majority of our males are more than 72 cm tall and have nice movement.

      Our family of dogs has grown and I´m glad we´ve got many friends among the owners of our puppies. We would like to thank all who look after our dogs-children and we wish them a lot of pleasure in their life with Tibetan Mastiffs.