Saturday, February 25, 2012

English Mastiff Dog and Description

The English Mastiff was probably introduced to Great Britain for the time of Christ. E 'was used by the Romans as a gladiator and a dog versus bears, bulls and other dogs. History as a domestic dog is like a guardian friend, bodyguard and sheep.

At the end of the Second World War the breed was almost extinct in England, but was once again the actions of registration in Canada and flowers.


The English Mastiff is one of the heaviest dog breeds can be British and over 200 pounds (90 kg). No matter what angle, it seems that his dog muscular body radiates energy. It has a heavy head square. They are short haired dogs in a variety of colors such as silver, fawn brindle, fawn and golden apricots.

Ideal Weight: 150-160 lbs 67-72 kg
Average size: 27-30 cm or 69-76 cm
Life expectancy: 10-12 years

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