Bull Mastiff...

 

Bred by English Gamekeepers in the 1800s to tackle poachers, the Bullmastiff (also known as a Gamekeeper's Night Dog) was a cross of 40% English Bulldog for its agility and tenacity (which was the Old English Bulldog, not the short, fat Bulldog of today) and 60% English Mastiff for its size, strength and loyalty. The Bullmastiff is a powerful dog, said to be a cross between the English Mastiff and the Old English Bulldog. Originally bred to find and immobilise poachers, the breed has proved its value as a family pet. The Bullmastiff is courageous, loyal, calm, and loving with those it knows. It has a very strong protective instinct and will defend its owners against anything it perceives as a threat. Bullmastiffs become intensely attached to their families and do best when they can live inside with them.

The Bullmastiff has a short coat, somewhat rough in texture, that sheds little. Grooming is easy and should include brushing with a firm bristle brush. Minimal brushing of his coat. A good rubdown with a rubber brush or massage glove will remove old dead hairs. The feet should be checked regularly because they carry a lot of weight and the nails kept trimmed. Baths should be given only when necessary.

Bull Mastiff

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