I'm considering adopting an unneutered two-year-old Bullmastiff.
My Rottie is very laid back and easy going, and from what I understand about the Bullmastiff from talking with his current owner, he is very sweet and gentle.
My suggestion would be that you and the Bullmastiff's owner bring all three dogs together in a neutral area like a park.
If this also works out well, then it's likely safe to go ahead and adopt the Bullmastiff.
Finally, if you do adopt the Bullmastiff, I suggest having him neutered as well.
Whether your dog is a tiny Chihuahua, a stocky Bullmastiff or a sleek Greyhound, wearing a collar that is a cut above the ordinary is sure to make your dog look and feel special on family outings, daily walks or at doggie day care.
Other breeds that were involved in a large number of attacks include Rottweiler (447), Wolf hybrid (81), Husky (49), German Shepherd (79), Bullmastiff (48), and Chows (52).
The Bullmastiff dog breed is one of the more popular large breeds due to these dogs' good natured temperament, affectionate nature and fearless guard dog tendencies.
If you're considering adding a Bullmastiff to your family, having a good understanding of what the breed is and what you can expect will help make the addition a positive experience for both your family and the dog.
It takes three generations of breeding before the Bullmastiff breed can be registered as pure bred.
The Bullmastiff is a massive breed that, while very powerfully built, is not at all clumsy.
A huge dog, the size of a male Bullmastiff typically ranges between 25 and 27 inches while the female can grow to between 24 and 26 inches from the ground.
Bullmastiff dogs are naturally inclined to roam, so taking them on a daily walk will help feed that need.
Thanks to its short, straight hair, a Bullmastiff is easy to groom, and there is very little shedding.
If your family is looking for a large-breed dog, a Bullmastiff is definitely one that you should consider.
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