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American Mastiff Puppies Collection
2011 American Mastiff Puppies:
Our puppies are home raised and well socialized to play with kids and other pets.Our dogs are also well trained home and potty .Current vaccinations and health certificates.For more information contact us.The Old English Mastiff is a massive dog. The Mastiff has a large, heavy square head with a well marked stop between the eyes.The muzzle should be half the length of the skull. The medium-sized brown to dark hazel eyes are set wide apart with a black mask around them. The nose is dark in color.
American Mastiff Puppies Photo:
The small ears are V-shaped and in proportion with the skull and are dark in color.The teeth should meet in a scissors bite but a slightly undershot bite is also acceptable in the show ring providing the teeth do not show when the mouth is closed. The tail is high-set with a wide base, tapering to a point reaching the hocks. Coat colors include golden fawn, light fawn, apricot, silver, tiger or brindle.
This American Bandogge Mastiff picture has been submitted to GotPetsonline. For privacy reasons we are unable to provide any additional contact information about this picture. The pets in this picture gallery are usually not for sale. However, in some cases the pets shown in these pictures are for sale through the GotPetsOnline classifieds section. If you wish to view the pets that are for sale, check out the classifieds ads in the Pets For Sale section.
White And Black American Mastiff Puppies:
The American Bandogge Mastiff is not a purebred dog, in the way we know the word “purebred.” The “Bandogge” is a nonspecific name of any Bulldog class Mastiff breed. Their origin is of American Pit Bull Terrier and Neapolitan Mastiff. This American Bandogge Mastiff breed makes an excellent family guard dog, as it’s good with people and other animals that it is socialized with, but the American Bandogge Mastiff will not tolerate intruders.
The American Eskimo Dog is a fond companion dog, and it represents reliability, flexibility, brilliance, and beauty. The American Eskimo Dog is a miniature to medium-size dog of Nordic origin, and it’s universally white, or white with a hue of biscuit-colored cream. This American Eskimo Dog breed is compact, level, and substantive in spirit and stature. American Eskimo Dogs have a lively, comfortable gait. It has alert, perky, triangular ears and marked black points on its lips, nose, and around its eyes. It has a pure white double coat with a short undercoat.
White American Mastiff Puppies:
The American Eskimo Dog has a thick, straight, smooth outer coat too. It has a lion’s ruff around its neck and chest that is seen on females and males together. The lower part of the dog and its lower legs are covered with the same thick, long hair. It has breeches. The American Eskimo Dog has a plumed, elaborate tail.The American Eskimo Dog miniature version is 11 to 15 inches high at the withers, and it weighs between 10 and 20 pounds. The standard height at the withers is 16 to 21 inches, and its standard weight is 19 to 35 inches.
American Mastiff Puppies:
The American Eskimo Dog lives 10 to 15 or more years with proper feeding, exercise, and good care. It can live up to two decades or even longer. The litter size is 2 to 4 puppies for the miniature version, and its 4 to 6 puppies for the standard version. The American Eskimo Dog is a Spitzen dog. Some of its health problems include hip dysplasia, elbow and knee degeneration, progressive retinal atrophy, epilepsy, cataracts, allergies, fleas, and hot spots. These dogs can jump really high up in the air, but they need constant exercise and mental challenges and stimulation or else they’ll end up with behavioral problems that are no fun for anyone. This American Eskimo Dog requires an active owner to take part in the dog’s life every day.
Latest American Mastiff Puppies:
The American Eskimo Dog has brown eyes, its length is a little bit longer than its height, and the muzzle is longish. The feathered tail is a beautiful sight to behold. Its prick ears, insulating double coat, and attitude are all endearing parts of this beautiful dog. Many people purchase American Eskimo Dogs as puppies, but they no longer want them once they’re adult dogs that shed constantly.