• Mastiff

    Huge dogs, Mastiffs weigh between 175 and 200 pounds on average.

  • Group: Guard
    Lifespan: 6–10 yr
    Height: 27–30 in
    Weight: 128–200 lb

  • Care

    Mastiffs are easy to groom due to their short, dense coat. A quick brushing every few days is usually sufficient. Extreme shedding occurs once or twice a year. At such times, more frequent grooming with a strong, toothed comb can help remove dead hair. Deep wrinkles surround the Mastiff’s head, eyes, and muzzle. You should check and clean these (and the ears) regularly. Likewise, keep your dog’s nails short to prevent discomfort and mobility problems. Finally, Mastiffs are the drooling type. So, you might want to have a spare cloth handy at all times for wiping.

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    Mastiffs are easy to groom due to their short, dense coat. A quick brushing every few days is usually sufficient. Extreme shedding occurs once or twice a year. At such times, more frequent grooming with a strong, toothed comb can help remove dead hair.

  • Disorders

    Hip dysplasia Pulmonic stenosis
    Cataracts, Ectropion, Elbow dysplasia - O C D of the elbow, Entropion, Exposure keratopathy syndrome (exophthalmos, lagophthalmos, and/or macroblepharon) Persistent pupillary membranes ( P P M) Progressive retinal atrophy, Retinal dysplasia
    Urolithiasis (stones) Hypothyroidism

    Always visit a professional veterinarian if you believe your dog may have health issues.