American Mastiff: Price, Temperament, Weight, Height

Name: American Mastiff
Other names: Mastiff Dog
Country of origin: USA
Size Type: Large Breed Dogs
Group: Working Dog Breed
Life span: 10 – 12 years
Temperament: Decent, Gentle, Good-natured, Courageous, Calm, Protective
Height: Males: 81-91 cm; Females: 71-86 cm
Weight: Males: 73-91 kg; Females: 64-82 kg
Color: fawn, apricot and brindle. White markings are acceptable on the legs, chest, and chin/nose.
Price of puppies: $1000 – $1500 USD
Hypoallergenic: No

American Mastiff

The American Mastiff can be one of the following colors: beige, apricot, or spotted yellowish brown. Puppies are born dark and brighten with age. The American mastiff reaches its true color at about one year of age. White markings on the chin, chest, and feet are allowed. All American Mastiffs must have a black mask to meet breed standards. The head should be large, heavy, and rectangular, with round ears set high. The small muzzle should be in proportion to the head. The neck should be strong and muscular, with a slight curve leading to the back muscles. The chest should be deep, broad, and well-rounded. The front feet should be strong, straight and wide apart, the hind feet wide and parallel. Males are 32-36 inches tall at the withers, females reach 28-34 inches. American Mastiff puppies are born dark and brighten with age. The most common colors of the American mastiff are beige and apricot. A dog of this breed must have a peaceful temperament, loving his family, especially children. The dog should be quiet, calm, and non-aggressive, with the exception of a threat to its family, then the dog immediately turns into a brave and formidable protector.

American Mastiff puppy

Self-confident, loving, well-mannered, brave, calm, excellent defender.

American mastiffs are great at home, especially when they do all sorts of exercises daily. These exercises include a daily walk or even a run. Even a small backyard is usually enough for the dog to feel good. American mastiffs tend to become lazy with age, but nonetheless feel more confident and happier when given daily exercise. Like all dogs, American Mastiffs need daily outdoor walks to unleash their physical and mental energy. And, like any other dog, it is better to keep them on a leash in public.

Alice White

Written by Alice White

Alice White, a devoted pet lover and writer, has turned her boundless affection for animals into a fulfilling career. Originally dreaming of wildlife, her limited scientific background led her to specialize in animal literature. Now she happily spends her days researching and writing about various creatures, living her dream.

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