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Breed Group: Working
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Overview
The Bullmastiff makes a great companion, and guard dog. Although intimidating at times, this breed can be very affectionate. Loving human attention, this breed is calm, gentle, and even-tempered.
Character
Being shy around strangers, this dog should be properly socialized during puppyhood. Used many times as an alert or guard dog, this breed should also be introduced to other animals at an early stage to avoid any altercations that may arise. The Bullmastiff is a powerful, yet at times docile breed.

Does your Bullmastiff bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
Temperament
This willful dog requires a firm trainer to avoid any dominance issues. The Bullmastiff is fairly good-natured, sweet, and loveable, however this dog is not recommended for the average owner. His sheer size means he should not be placed in a home with small children as unintentionally, this breed can easily knock a child down.
Care
A firm bristle brush or rubber brush should be used on this breed occasionally to remove any dead or loose hair. Very little shedding, the Bullmastiff does not require much maintenance when it comes to grooming. As this dog does tend to slobber, the mouth should be regularly cleaned.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
Coat
Having a great coat for weather protection, the hair on the Bullmastiff is very short. With a distinct black mask around muzzle, the coat on this breed should be dense and somewhat coarse to the touch.
Training
The Bullmastiff is sensitive to the tone of your voice, but should be handled firmly if this breed is to succeed in training. Can do well in obedience training, and does exceptionally well as a guard or watch dog. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new Bullmastiff puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
Activity
A lazy breed, to avoid weight problems this breed should be sufficiently exercised regularly. The Bullmastiff does enjoy long walks or jogs, and would do well with an average sized yard. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
Weight
Male 110-130; Female: 100-120 lbs
Height
Male: 25-27; Female: 24-26 inches
Color(s)
red, fawn, or brindle
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Randy's Bullmastiffs
Member Since: February 2007
Location: New Hampshire
I have Bullmastiff puppies for sale! See My Profile
a.k.c.Bullmastiff rare fawn brindle for stud & puppy's soon to come all up to date on shots,any questions please feel free to e-mail,Randy

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Anonymous asked:
My husband and I are thinking of getting a bullmastiff but we do have 2 children one 6 and a 2 year old. We also have 2 male dogs a pug and jack Russell.I would like to know if a bullmastiff be a good fit for my family?

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The Bullmastiff is a loyal, gentle, sweet breed of dog that is great for families. Since your Bullmastiff will be a puppy when you get him/her; he/she will grow up with your other dogs and so he/she will be just fine and well socialized. Just make sure that you get your pup from a reputable breeder so that your pup is well bred and have a great temperament.

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What is the average life span of a Bullmastiff and does it vary by gender?

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The average life span of a Bullmastiff is 8 - 10 years; and no it does not vary by gender. Life span varies by pedigree, what food the dog eats throughout his/her life and the weight of the dog. Heavy dogs (over weight) will have more health problems then dogs whom are kept fit and trim.

Anonymous asked:
You mention that the owner of a Bullmastiff needs to be 'firm but gentle'. Would you be so kind as to explain in simple terms what that means?

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Anonymous asked:
I am thinking about breeding my Bullmastiff male. I am having a hard time finding a breeder in my area any suggestions or how to match up with a breeder?

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A reputable, responsible and knowledgeable breeder will not be looking for outside lines unless they are going to another qualified breeder. Unless your dog is of impeccable breeding, is fully registered, has been fully vet checked for the major problems in the Bullmastiff breed such as; elbow and hip dysplasia (needs to be OFA or PEN-hip registered), and heart. And has competed in either confirmation shows and/or draft, protection, or obedience work; I would suggest to get your dog neutered.

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Would a Bullmastiff be a good dog for a 15-year-old? He really loves dogs and takes good care of the other pets around the house and he's been wanting a Bullmastiff. Are they easily trained? And will they protect their owner as needed?

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The Bullmastiff is a great family pet and a wonderful companion animal. However, they are generally not considered a 'first-time' dog, as they are large, powerful dogs that need a firm, but gentle owner. They need someone with dog experience to work on traits in the breed such as stranger wariness. The breed is known to be very loyal and protective of it's owner, family and/or property and if an owner does not show the dog when he/she should be protective, the dog could easily become aggressive in the wrong situation.

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Updated: 12/5/2016