Things you should know

Finding a Bullmastiff Breeder:

There are many bullmastiff puppy breeders in Michigan.  Finding the right breeder for you is the first step.  Do your research and don't be afraid to ask questions.   Your relationship with your breeder is important and should continue throughout your dogs life.  We at GridIron Bullmastiffs value keeping in touch and being there for our  bullmastiff puppy families.  Our bullmastiff puppy breedings are selectively planned to produce exceptional puppies focusing on soundness, temperment, and health.  

Information about the Bullmastiff Breed: 

Before you decide to purchase a bullmastiff there are a few things about the breed you should know.  Bullmastiffs do eat a lot, drool, and poop big.  They can be expensive; food, toys, and trips to the vet may have you spending lots of money every year. The bullmastiff was originally bred to protect the farmers land and they can be protective over the home and family. They do require some exersize but not large amounts of it.  A fenced in yard or a daily walk are suggested.  Bullmastiffs are good with children but they need to be socialized at an early age. They don't always get along with other dogs, especially those of the same gender. Bullmastiffs do get big and have a tendency not to know their size.  They can be very large lap dogs.   Bullmastiffs do not require a lot of grooming but do need regular bathing, clipping of toenails and cleaning of teeth.   Bullmastiffs are affectionate, loving, and are extremely loyal.  Once you have owned the breed you will realize that no other will compare.

Bullmastiff Information

For more information about this amazing breed click the AKC Standard link and Information link under Bullmastiff.

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