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Breed Group: Working Group Height Male: 25-27 inches (63-69cm)
Breed Size: Giant Height Female: 24-26 inches (61-66cm)
Breed Origin: Great Britain Weight: 100-133 pounds (45-60kg)
The Bullmastiff is a powerful, sturdy, and muscular dog, which has remarkable endurance and strength. This dog has an athletic build, and strong, sturdy legs. The weight of the Bullmastiff is around 100-135 pounds, and the height is around 24-27 inches. The Bullmastiff's coat is short, sleek, and close fitting, and the coloring varies and can be red and fawn, fawn, brindle, and red. The breed is a medium shedder.

The Bullmastiff is a giant animal, and has great loyalty and devotion, as well as a fearless and protective streak. Strong, alert, and calm, the Bullmastiff is confident yet gentle and mild mannered. This is an intelligent breed, and is quick to learn, but he is also very stubborn and this can make training difficult. The Bullmastiff is an animal that is best suited to a more experience dog owner, and required someone that will be confident, assertive, yet attentive. These cheerful dogs make great companions and family pets, and their protective outlook makes them effective watchdogs.

If you have children then you will normally find that the Bullmastiff gets along well with them, and when raised and properly socialized with children this breed is an excellent playmate, although his size may prove a problem around smaller children. The Bullmastiff will also be fine with family pets, although he may want to express dominance over other dogs and will not be happy about strange animals coming onto his territory. The Bullmastiff can be aloof with strangers, but will always be loyal and loving with their family. The Bullmastiff does like to exercise, and his energy levels outdoors are moderate but remain low indoors. However, he should not be exercised in intense heat due to his tendency to get heatstroke.

The Bullmastiff was developed in Great Britain, and originates from the mastiff and the bulldog. Developed by gamekeepers, the Bullmastiff was used to provide protection against poachers. This breed was registered with the AKC in 1934.
The Bullmastiff has a lifespan of around 8-10 years, which is relatively low compared to many other breeds. There are a number of health problems that are associated with the Bullmastiff breed, and this includes HD and elbow dysplasia, bloat, torsion, ectropion, entropion, and also a tendency towards respiratory difficulties. This breed should be kept out of extreme heat and sun, as they can suffer heatstroke.
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Shedding? 3
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