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Mastiff

a massive, very large (175-190 lb) muscular dog with very short fawn, silver, apricot or brindle coat. The ears are small and folded over the broad head, the muzzle is blunt and dark colored, and the tail is tapered. Called also Old English mastiff.

French Mastiff
German Mastiff
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According to the facility's website, the kennel is a registered breeder for English mastiffs, German shepherds and St.
7m) for Tibetan mastiff twins, highlighting how the breed has become a status symbol for China's rich.
The dog's breeder Zhang Gengyun said that Tibetan mastiffs have lion's blood and are top-of-the-range mastiff studs and added that another red-haired canine had sold for 6 million yuan.
Zhang said the unnamed buyer might start breeding Tibetan mastiffs himself.
Pure Tibetan mastiffs are very rare, just like our treasured pandas, so the prices are high.
Tibetan mastiffs with long coats have throughout been a status symbol among the wealthy classes of China.
Concannon, 45, who had been warned before about her aggressive dogs and how she kept them, admitted causing unnecessary suffering to bull mastiffs Buddy and Neo and Staffordshire bull terriers Ty and Sky between July 19 last year and March 25 this year, in that she subjected the animals to "an environment that was detrimental to their well-being".
Mother-of-one Concannon, 45, admitted causing unnecessary suffering to the bull mastiffs and Staffordshire bull terriers.
She was making her way home when she spotted a man with two French Mastiffs, who she recognised as they had bothered Pip on earlier occasions.
He clocked up several hours in Mastiffs on Route 611, where Tuesday's attack happened.
Mastiffs, a common and costly disease, affects the of dairy cattle, resulting in a decrease in milk production and quality.
a brigade source said: "Ridgebacks and Mastiffs are supposedly mine-proof, so 65 per cent of capability is a disgrace.