Spanish Mastiff

Spanish Mastiff
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Overview: The Spanish Mastiff is the largest dog bred in Spain. The breed is one of the most popular in Spain, but is relatively rare in other countries. They are used to guard sheep and homes.
Breed Group: Mastiff
Weight (lbs): 145-220
Height (in): 28-35
Colors: red, black, gray, yellow or reddish brown
Coat: The coat is short and straight. The undercoat is dense and thick.
Character: The Spanish Mastiff is independent, territorial and loyal, but not very affectionate.
Temperament: The Spanish Mastiff needs to be socialized at a young age to accept people and other dogs. They are very protective of the children in their homes. They don't like strangers and may refuse to allow friends into your home.
Care: The coat needs to be brushed regularly and the ears kept clean.
Training: Training should start early and be consistent. A dominant owner is needed for this dominant and sometimes stubborn breed.
Activity: This breed needs light exercise as a puppy to avoid too much strain on growing bones. As an adult, they need regular exercise. They should not be kept in an apartment.
Country of Origin: Spain
Health Issue: hip dysplasia, heart disease, females may have trouble giving birth
Life Expectancy: 10-11
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