Bullmastiff

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The Bullmastiff acts aloof with strangers but is fiercely loyal and protective of their owners. Said to be "a one man dog" this breed is not considered suitable as a family dog.PURPOSE OF BREED:Originally the job of a Bullmastiff was to alert and protect gamekeepers from poachers. The breed is stealthy, agile and strong enough to subdue and hold a man down without having to bite him.AVERAGE LITTER SIZE:7 puppiesClubs: http://www.mastiff.org.au/

Country of origin: 
England
Size: 
HEIGHT: MALE : 27in (69cm) - FEMALE : 25in (65cm)WEIGHT: MALE : 130lbs (59kg) - FEMALE : 110lbs (50kg)
Grooming: 

The coat of a Bullmastiff is short and smooth, though slightly bristly and requires a minimal amount of grooming. They may be any shade of red, fawn or brindle.

Common ailments: 

Hip, bone cancer and hearts.

Trivia: 
The Bullmastiff has been with the AKC since 1933.ÿ(Credit:ÿ<a href="http://www.akc.org/" target="_blank">AKC.org</a>)
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