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Saint Mastiff Breed Information

Saint Mastiff

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
AKA: St. Mastiff
   
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Living with a Saint Mastiff

Family Dog: The St. Mastiff makes a good family dog.

Behavior: The St. Mastiff is a laid back, easy going, loving dog. They can be very curious and eager to please. They can be lazy at times but are typically not hyper or spastic.

Barking: The St. Mastiff is a very quiet dog who does not bark too often.

Saint Mastiff Appearance

Appearance: The St. Mastiff is a large boned dog with medium length soft fluffy fur a wide head, large ears, short muzzle and a thick stubby tail.

Head: The St. Mastiff has a square face and jaw.

Body: The St. Mastiff has a very large boned, short, thick body with a wide deep chest.

Color: The coat of the St. Mastiff is Brindle or Fawn in color.

Coat: The coat of the St. Mastiff is smooth with some coarseness.

Saint Mastiff Health

Allergies: The St. Mastiff has no known allergies at this time.

Bone Health: The St. Mastiff does not have any known issues at this time.


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