Bella

This Spanish Mastiff sold and went to a new family.

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Female

Female Spanish Mastiff

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Age
4 years, 46 weeks

Available
2/25/2013

Shipping
Yes, $400.00 (Estimated)

Champion Bloodlines
Yes

Champion Sired
No

Show Potential
Yes


Included Items

  • • vaccinations
  • • registry eligible
  • • pedigree
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Deposit: $500.00

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Description

This little girls name is Bella which means beautiful and she lives up to her name. She is a friendly bold pup. Bella will make a wonderful companion, she loves to give and get lots of affection and love. Bella has her second set of vaccinations, and is de-wormed regularly. She enjoys eating yogurt and premium puppy food. Contact us for pricing; there is a $500.00 nonrefundable deposit to hold one of these puppies. We accept paypal, direct deposit, and wire transfers; for other pricing and additional information at (719)209-1332 or email us at spanish_mastiff@yahoo.com.

To learn more about this magnificent breed, go to our website: http://spanish-mastiffs.com or visit our blog: http://mastinesdemoreno.blogspot.com/2011/09/mastin-espanoles-de-moreno.html?spref=fb. We are glad to answer any questions you may have about the Spanish Mastiff as a Livestock Guardian Dog (LGD) and a great family pet.

There is a $500.00 nonrefundable deposit to hold this puppy and will be available after March 9th.

About the Mastin Espanol Breed: The Spanish Mastiff originated in Spain and is the national dog breed of Spain.
The Spanish Mastiff is sometimes referred to as the Mastin de la Mancha, Mastin Espanol, Mastin de Extremadura or Mastin de Leon and it is native to the Estremadura region of Spain and it is a member of the Molosser family. Its origins have been thought to date back to 2000 years B.C. It is likely that these dogs were introduced to the Iberian Peninsula by Phoenician traders bringing them from Syria or India. This large and powerful breed has been used as a livestock guardian for both sheep and cattle. Today they are kept as a companion dog. They are calm and steady in their temperament and are easy to train. They are loyal and affectionate to their owners and protective of people and property when it is required and wary and suspicious of strangers. The Mastin Espanol is ferocious against the wolf.
The Mastin Espanol is a breed of great strength and stamina, bred and used for guarding farms, cattle and flocks, and also in the hunt for wild boar and other large game. Today, the breed has many other uses, apart from being a house Ð dog Ð in war it has been used as guard, and for mountain communication work. It is a stocky, compact dog, well balanced and agile. It stands 28" to 32"or more, and its coat is not long, but fine and dense, soft to the touch, and with a strong tail, well feathered.
The expression is intelligent. The head is large, with pronounced stop, and long, powerful muzzle. The neck is short, with a double dewlap; the back sloping and slightly hollow. The quarters are straight and strong, the feet having well defined toes and double or single dew claws. Colors are varied; most frequent are yellows, fawns, reds and blacks, wolf color. Sometimes combined colors can be seen such as: brindles, white mark on chest, and dappled.
The Mastin Espanol does not require a great deal of exercise however a good size yard where the mastin can spend its day undisturbed is preferred. The breed is extremely adaptable to extremes in climate and it is very comfortable both indoors and outdoors. As with any large guardian breed Ð the mastin should become an integral part of the family in order to co-exist peacefully in an indoor environment. Socialization is important with this breed as it is with any large breed. The mastin is a very loyal dog and it is happy to be in the company of its family or by its owner’s side. It is gentle with those that it is raised around including other family pets. However trespassing dogs into the territory of the mastin will trigger the protection instinct in the Mastin Espanol. A Mastin Espanol can catch and kill a wolf working independently with ease this will give you some idea of just how powerful the breed truly is. It is utterly fearless.
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Member Since:  October 2011

Location:  Colorado Springs, Colorado

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