Mastiff

Mastiff

The keyword with the Mastiff dog breed is gentle. They are gentle giants with gentle temperaments who take to gentle training. They are dignified and good-natured dogs who make excellent companions to families with older children. They have a patient disposition with a calm demeanor. They are also wise, intelligent, and courageous dogs.

  • Devoted and dedicated to its owner and family
  • Very protective and makes a great guard dog
  • A naturally clean, intelligent, and regal breed

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Are Mastiffs aggressive?

A Mastiff dog isn’t innately aggressive, and if he does show aggression, he’s being protective. Aggression can occur if not trained or socialized properly. If a Mastiff exhibits any aggressive behavior, it’s due to him protecting his loved ones or himself.

How big do Mastiffs get?

Mastiffs can grow as tall as 28-inches to 36-inches at the shoulders. This goes for both genders.

How much do Mastiffs weigh?

Mastiff dogs are big, and they can differ in weight when it comes to the genders. A female Mastiff can weigh somewhere between 120 to 170 pounds, while a male can weigh anywhere from 160 and 230 pounds.

Are Mastiffs good with kids?

Typically, the Mastiff dog breed has a very gentle nature and a protective spirit. This makes them great dogs for a family with kids, but due to their size, they do better with older children. This is an important factor because they can unintentionally hurt a younger and smaller child.

Do Mastiffs shed?

A Mastiff dog sheds throughout the year and does so at a moderate-to-heavy level. A Mastiff will shed more heavily during the fall and summer months.

Are Mastiffs hypoallergenic?

Even with a short-haired coat, Mastiffs still shed, and because of that, they don’t qualify as hypoallergenic dogs. They aren’t a good choice of dog for those who suffer from allergies.

Are Mastiffs good family dogs

The Mastiff dog possesses a combination of a gentle, docile, and protective disposition which makes them an excellent choice for a family dog. They aren’t, however, a good pick for those families with small children due to their large size.

Do Mastiffs drool?

Mastiffs have a tendency to drool. Because of their facial structure, particularly with their wrinkles, loose jowls, and lips, they can and will drool.

Are Mastiffs smart?

When it comes to working intelligence and obedience, the Mastiff dog breed ranks #72 on the list of smartest dogs making them a smart group of dogs.

Do Mastiffs like to cuddle?

A Mastiff loves his family and will show affection and adoration by cuddling with their loved ones.

How long does a Mastiff live?

The average lifespan of a mastiff ranges somewhere between the ages of 6 to 12 years.

Are Mastiffs good with cats?

When properly trained, especially being introduced to them from an early age, Mastiffs are good with cats.

Are Mastiffs lazy?

Mastiffs have a tendency to be lazy. They are known to be one of the laziest breeds around.

Are Mastiffs easy to train?

Mastiffs have an easy-going nature, and they’re eager to please, which can make them a fairly easy breed to train. They are also smart, but they do possess a bit of a stubborn streak that can sometimes hinder the training process. They are what’s considered a soft breed, so they only respond to softer, gentler forms of discipline, so this should be understood when training takes place.

How much does a Mastiff eat?

An adult Mastiff eats two meals of anywhere between 6 to 10 cups of high-quality dry dog food per day.

How much do I feed my Mastiff puppy?

A Mastiff puppy who’s 8 to 12 weeks old should have 2 to 4 cups of food, and a 3 to 4 months old puppy should consume 3 to 6 cups per day. As they age, the feedings are more cups per age range. A 5 to 6-month-old should have 5 to 8 cups, while a 7 to 10-month-old should be consuming 6 to 9 cups. The last state of puppyhood at 11 months old, should have 6 to 10 cups per day.

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