English Mastiff Dog Breed Information, Pictures, Characteristics
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English Mastiff

English Mastiff

English Mastiff comes in the list of bold, destructive and giant dog breeds in the world. This dog comes with a massive body and a broad face.  These breeds originated in England. They come in 3 colors Brindle, Apricot, and Fawn. They are 76 cm in height and weighed up to 68- 113 kg. The most ever weighted  English Mastiff was 155 kg named”Aicama Zorba” of England.

The thing you should know about English Mastiff before buying that they snore more loudly while sleeping which can irritate you. You should consider this dog will not be the best choice for family owners having young children’s and senior parents.

Life Span 10 – 12 years
Color Brindle, Apricot, and Fawn
Temperament Good-natured, Affectionate, Dignified, Protective, Calm, Courageous
Height Male: 70–91 cm Female: 70–91 cm
Weight Male: 73–113 kg Female: 63–77 kg
Origin England
Group Working Group

If these dogs do not properly socialize with family members or friends, then it might create a dangerous situation which might lead to biting. So you should consider this central point.  English Mastiff is not recommended for new or young dog owners because these dogs require the enormous amount of training so they can easily handle.

English Mastiff Puppies Adorable Pictures

Due to their huge size, they need more space, and it will not be a good fit for apartment owners.  They are more aggressive with animals and strangers, but they are more affectionate with their family members if a proper amount of attention has been provided to them by their family members.

English Mastiff Breed Characteristics

Adapts well to Apartment Living
Sensitivity Level
Tolerates being Alone
Kids Friendly
Dog Friendly
Friendly toward Strangers
Easy to Train
Intelligence Level
Easy To Groom
Exercise Needs
Energy Level
Exercise Needs

They also become more sensitive if adequate care not given to them, they will become destructive. Due to their heavyweight which makes them lazier and needs more exercise.

Now it’s up to you that you should go for an English Mastiff or not.

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