Rambo - Bullmastiff
Specialties: Drool, Snoring & Farts
The Bullmastiff was developed in 18th century England to protect the vast game preserves and estates from poachers. Breeders combined the gentle demeanor, loyalty and powerful size of the English Mastiff with the tenacity and will of the Bulldog, and the Bullmastiff is the result.
Bred to quietly stalk, then pounce on and pin poachers, the Bullmastiff rarely barks or bites. Bullmastiffs are fiercely loyal and will protect their families above all. Their gentle demeanor also makes this breed excellent with children
Weights can range from 120-140 lbs. for males, and 90-120 lbs. for females. Their coats can be fawn, red or brindle, with a small blaze of white on the breast. Their mask is always black. Life expectancy, like most big dogs, is relatively short, just 8-10 years.