||Mastadoodle, Masti doodle, Poostiff
Caring for a Mastidoodle
Feeding: The Mastidoodle eats an average amount of food for a large breed dog. They should be fed good quality food with an average of 20% protein for proper growth and health.
Living with a Mastidoodle
Personality: The Mastidoodle can be called a gentle gaint with a heart of gold.
Temperament: The temperament of the Mastidoodle may vary but they are generally laid back until needed then they can be very protective.
Family Dog: The Mastidoodle is a great family dog. They are very loyal, loving and protective.
Shedding: The Mastidoodle can be a low to moderate shedding dog depending on the coat type the inherit.
Grooming: Because the Mastidoodle is a mix of Stanard Poodle and Mastiff, grooming should be proformed daily but clipping can range from every 6 weeks to every 6 months or may not be needed at all.
Training: The combination of these two breeds will require a consistant loving authoritive trainer. Both the Standard Poodle and the Mastiff are highly intelligent dogs who are easy to train. However, they also are sometimes easily bored and may lose interest quickly during training. In truth this dog will be what you what it to be or how you train it to be!
Barking: Since both parent breeds are historically guard dogs, the Mastidoodle will likely bark in reaction or in protection of its owner and property.
Weather: The Mastidoodle can usually withstand heat and cold pretty well.
Exercise: The Mastidoodle will require a lot of exercise.
Appearance: The Mastidoodle has a medium to large build with a blockier head and nose than a Standard Poodle.
Size: A fully grown Mastidoodle will weigh between 60 to 100 pounds.
Tail: The tail of the Mastidoodle may vary from long and strait to docked.
Color: The coat of a Mastidoodle can range from black to cream or even brindle.
Coat: The coat of the Mastidoodle can range from short and strait to medium length and wavy.
Life Expectancy: The average life expectancy of the Mastidoodle is 8 to 15 years.
Characteristics: The Mastidoodle is a loyal guard dog who is generally loving and protective.
Allergies: The Mastidoodle has no known allergies at this time.
Bone Health: The Mastidoodle generally has good overall bone health. A good breeder will check or in good faith breed only top dogs for hybrids.
Litter Size: There are typically 10 to 12 pups in a healthy litter.
* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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