We outline the different questions that you’ll be asking in relation to microchipping your Bullmastiff. How much it costs, who is responsible for microchipping and your legal requirements in ensuring these details are kept up to date and much more.
Developed in England, this breed was created by crossing the English Mastiff with the Bulldog. The result was a large, strong, and courageous canine that was used as a guard dog and gamekeeper's assistant.
This breed is known for its impressive size and strength, as well as its loyalty and protective nature. They are intelligent and eager to please, making them an ideal companion for families. Bullmastiffs are also known for their courage and bravery, which makes them excellent guard dogs.
Bullmastiffs have a short, dense coat that comes in a variety of colors, including fawn, brindle, and red. They are relatively low maintenance when it comes to grooming, but they do need regular exercise and mental stimulation.
Today, Bullmastiffs are still popular as family pets and guard dogs. They are loyal and devoted companions who will protect their family at all costs. With proper training and socialization, they can be a great addition to any home.
Bullmastiff Breed Facts
Height (Adult): Male: 61 to 69cm Female: 61 to 69cm
Weight (Adult): Male: 50 to 59kg Female: 45 to 54kg
Life Expectancy: 8 to 10 years
Temperament: Loyal, Protective, Calm, Courageous, and Good-natured
Not sure on when or whether to spay or neuter your Bullmastiff? Here’s a range of things you’ll need to consider.
We’ve noted the signs you need to look out for that might suggest that your Bullmastiff is potentially bored or lonely. Read them and see what options you may have.
Short walks and runs are always good for your Bullmastiff. Here’s some other helpful exercise ideas for you to follow.