old english mastiff club
The English Mastiff is a GIANT breed and one of the oldest breeds in the UK. They are as fit for function and fit for purpose as any other breed – substance supports their size. The Mastiff is listed by the Kennel Club as a Vulnerable British breed and is currently listed as a Category Three breed.
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The Mastiff Club of America (MCOA) sometimes called the Old English Mastiff. Dogs known as mastiffs have been known around the world for thousands of years. Surviving evidence from ancient
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Long haired Mastiffs, known as “Fluffies”, are caused by a recessive gene—they are occasionally seen, but this trait is not accepted by any kennel club. English Mastiff colours are apricot-fawn, silver-fawn, fawn, or dark fawn-brindle, always with black on the muzzle, ears, and nose and around the eyes.
Coat: Fine, smooth
To teach your Old English Mastiff to listen to you, “Respect Training” is mandatory. Read more about Old English Mastiff Training. Mastiff “sounds.” Old English Mastiffs snort, grunt, and snore loudly. These sounds are endearing to some people, nerve-wracking to others. Slobbering.
The Mastiff is sometimes referred to as the English Mastiff or Old English Mastiff but the official name of the breed is Mastiff. The term Molosser describes a group of working dogs with a related ancestry that were used historically to guard and protect properties and livestock.
We accept the breed standard published by the Old English Mastiff Club ( O.E.M.C. ) in 1903 as being the correct Mastiff type. We believe the height of the Mastiff comes from the depth of the body, not from the length of the leg.