Facts & Origin
French Bullmastiff: An impressive combination of French Bulldog and Bullmastiff.
The French Bullmastiff is a mixed breed created by combining a French Bulldog and a Bullmastiff. This dog breed stands out for its unique appearance and exceptional personality, which make it the perfect choice for many dog lovers.
Definition and origin
The French Bulldog originated in England and was developed in the 19th century to be a smaller version of the English Bulldog. The Bullmastiff is a larger, powerful breed that was bred in England as a guard and watch dog. The combination of these two breeds results in a unique mix, the French Bullmastiff.
|Origin||England - France|
|Life expectancy||8 - 12 years|
|FCI group||not recognised|
|AKC group||not recognised|
|KC group||not recognised|
Attitude, character and temperament of the breed
Possible character traits
The character traits of the French Bullmastiff are many and can vary from dog to dog. They are known for their affection, loyalty, and guarding instincts. They are family oriented and can be very protective. They are generally calm and good natured, but can show their strength when needed.
Suitability and attitude
French Bullmastiffs make ideal family dogs. They are good with children and other pets, provided they are properly socialized. They are also well suited to active people, as they need regular exercise. Their protective instincts make them good watchdogs.
Care and health
French Bullmastiff grooming can vary, depending on the type of coat they inherit. Regular brushing can help keep their coat healthy and clean. Like many larger dogs, French Bullmastiffs can be prone to certain health conditions, including hip dysplasia and certain heart conditions. A healthy diet and regular veterinary checkups are essential.
What does this mixed breed look like?
The French Bullmastiff is a large, powerful dog with strong muscles and a broad chest . Its head may have the short, flat face of the French Bulldog or the pronounced muzzle of the Bullmastiff. The coat can be short or medium length and come in a variety of colors.
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Tumours of the mammary gland, also known as mammary tumours, are among the most common cancers in dogs.
Can occur in a number of breeds, regardless of genetic makeup.
Dogs with shortened muzzles can often experience respiratory problems.
Herniated disc in dogs (discopathy). Herniated discs or dachshund paralysis cause dogs severe pain.
These dogs are usually described as large.
On average, they live up to 10-12 years.
They can have different colors and patterns, including dark brown, silver, black, white, light brown, spotted, striped and even blue.
Yes, this hybrid breed needs regular mental and physical training to stay fit and happy.