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English Mastweiler Breed Information

English Mastweiler

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
AKA: Mastweiler
   
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Living with a English Mastweiler

Personality: The English Mastweiler is a very friendly dog.

Temperament: The English Mastweiler is an excellent, family oriented dog.

Family Dog: The English Mastweiler is a great family dog who loves children.

Shedding: The English Mastweiler is a heavy shedder.

Training: The English Mastweiler is typically easy to train.

Behavior: The English Mastweiler is a very calm, obedient dog.

Barking: The English Mastweiler is not known as a barker and typically only barks when someone at the door.

Weather: The English Mastweiler does alright in warmer weather but prefers cooler temperatures.

Exercise: The English Mastweiler requires a moderate amount of exercise daily.

English Mastweiler Appearance

Size: The English Mastweiler is a large dog weighing up to 170 pounds.

Companionship: The English Mastweiler makes a wonderful companion dog.

Head: The English Mastweiler has a very large head.

Ears: The English Mastweiler has large, floppy ears.

Body: The English Mastweiler has a very large, heavily boned body.

Color: The coat of the English Mastweiler can be red fawn with a black mask.

English Mastweiler Health

Allergies: The English Mastweiler has no known allergies at this time.

Ear Health: The ears of the English Mastweiler have to be cleaned regularly.


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