The Bulldog of Tibet is an original dog of the Tibet, that appeared towards year 8000 a. C Used like dog guardian of the monasteries and palaces of that country. As much the lion as the Ihasa had a religious importance for the inhabitants of this country, who felt a great and remarkable admiration by the small dog guardian and sentry of the palace.
* Ears: Covers of abundant strips.
* Body: He is longer than high, their ribs well are developed and been nauseated. It is a compact body and it gives a harmonic sensation.
* Tail: Well it is covered with hair, not too short and it takes upon the back forming a curve to it.