The Bullmastiff is a beloved dog breed known for its affectionate, loyal, courageous, docile temperament and short, dense coat. Classified as a working breed, the Bullmastiff is a large dog with an average weight of 100-130 pounds and a height of 24-27 inches.
This breed typically has an 8-10 year life span and requires a low to moderate amount of exercise per day. As for grooming needs, the Bullmastiff has low to moderate grooming requirements.
In this guide, we’ll take a closer look at the Bullmastiff’s personality traits, exercise and grooming needs, as well as common health issues associated with the breed.
Bullmastiff Breed Information
Breed Group: working
Average Weight (lbs): 100-130
Average Height (in): 24-27
Life Expectancy (years): 8-10
Daily Sleep: 12-14 hours
Coat Type: short, dense
Coat Colors: fawn, red, brindle
Bullmastiff Temperament and Personality
Temperament: affectionate, loyal, courageous, docile
Trainability: can be stubborn, requires consistent training and socialization
Exercise Needs: low to moderate
Grooming Needs: low to moderate
Common Health Issues: hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, bloat
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