1: 2: 3: Pag: Pos: Hei: Sta: Upd: Vie: Sto: Nav:

An Englian Mastiff at the proch

The Mastiff breed has a desired temperament, which is reflected in all formal standards and historical descriptions.Though calm and affectionate to its master, it is capable of protection. If an unfamiliar person approaches near the Mastiff's perceived territory or its master, ideally, it would protect its master. If the approaching person is perceived as a threat, the Mastiff may take immediate defensive action by placing itself between its master and using a "warning growl" although some will actually hide behind their master and issue their intimidating growl from there. Mastiffs, even fearless ones, will rarely attack an intruder or perceived threat (unless severely provoked) and instead will generally pin the individual until a human they know arrives and tells them it is ok. Mastiffs are good natured, calm, easygoing, and surprisingly gentle for their size. They are a very sensitive breed, and as such harsh training methods and discipline are not recommended. It is a well-mannered house pet, requiring minimal daily exercise and activity. The Mastiff is typically an extremely loyal breed, exceptionally devoted to its family and good with children and small dogs and is often described by owners as "their giant teddy bear."
Next  
  Prev
 
Next  
  Prev
User
6 YEARS AGO
0 / 0
An Englian Mastiff at the proch
Tags:
Englian Mastiff
Training & Competition
Picture
Breed tags:
Agility
Guarding
Watchdog
Hybrid
Large size dogs
Long hair
Straight fur
Working
Dumb Breed
Hard to Train
Comments
 


 
 
FEEDBACK
Feedback
Name
Email
Message
350 characters left
SEND FEEDBACK
Suggest a Name
Name
Please provide a name
This name already exists
Gender
Please indicate gender
Language Origin
Please indicate origin
SUBMIT NAME