Bullmastiff

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Bullmastiff

a large (100-130 lb), powerfully built dog with a large, square head, short muzzle, thick neck, deep chest and tapered tail. The coat is very short and brindle, fawn or red. The breed was developed from the Mastiff and the Bulldog. It is affected by a familial ataxia and entropion.
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The bull mastiff clamped its jaws around 13-year-old Beckie and a stallholder had to prise its teeth apart with a screwdriver.
A Weimaraner dog has bloody sores on it's body, and one of the bull mastiff bitches taken from the property sits subdued in the corner of its pen.
RSPCA spokeswoman Katie Geary said the bull mastiff breed was not covered under the Dangerous Dogs Act.
Adult bull mastiff dogs are up to 27inches tall at the shoulder and weigh up to 130lbs.
They were told she was the owner of 10 bull mastiffs.
Although bull mastiffs can grow to more than 2ft high and weigh more than 130lbs they are not classed as dangerous by the law.
Bull mastiffs bite deep and once they start they go all out to finish the attack.
Szymon with his mum and dad in hospital yesterday ROAD TO RECOVERY PETS Bull mastiffs are not classed as dangerous
Staffordshire bull terriers were the most complained about with 12 complaints, while German shepherds received eight and bull mastiffs four.
It is about the new trend with local yobs to walk around with their dogs, usually bull mastiffs or some other dangerous breed.
John, of Knightswood, Glasgow, has been breeding bull mastiffs for 30 years.