Facts & Origin
Bullsky Mastiff (Bullmastiff and Siberian Husky mix)
The Bullsky Mastiff is a designer dog created by crossing a Bullmastiff and a Siberian Husky. The Bullmastiff originated in England, where it was used as a guard dog for gamekeepers against poachers. The Siberian Husky, on the other hand, has its roots in the Siberian tundra and was traditionally used as a sled dog. This combination results in a strong, energetic and loyal companion.
Suitability and Husbandry
Bullsky Mastiffs are suited for active families who spend a lot of time outdoors. They need plenty of exercise and mental stimulation to channel their energy and stay healthy and balanced. They fit well in homes with large, fenced gardens where they have plenty of room to romp.
|Origin||England - USA|
|Life expectancy||8 - 15 years|
|Care requirements||low-maintenance - high-maintenance|
|Activity level||average - high|
|FCI group||not recognised|
|AKC group||not recognised|
|KC group||not recognised|
Attitude, character and temperament of the breed
Possible character traits
The Bullsky Mastiff is a courageous, loving and loyal companion that integrates well with families. They are known for their alertness and protective instincts, which makes them excellent watchdogs. Despite their size, they are known to be gentle and friendly with children. However, they do require clear, consistent training as they can show some stubbornness and dominance.
In summary, the Bullsky Mastiff is a great companion for the right family. Its energy, loyalty and love for its people make it a valuable family member that can live a full and happy life with the right care, training and love.
Grooming and health
As for grooming, Bullsky Mastiffs require regular brushing to keep their coats clean and healthy. They are not particularly high maintenance, but should be checked regularly for health problems that are common in large dogs, such as hip dysplasia or heart disease.
As with all mixed breed dogs, the Bullsky Mastiff can inherit genetic health problems from both parents . It is important to choose a responsible breeder who will perform health testing and ensure that the parents are healthy.
What does this mongrel look like?
Bullsky Mastiffs are imposing dogs that can inherit both the robustness of the Bullmastiff and the elegant stature of the Siberian Husky. They usually weigh between 45 and 54 kilograms and can reach a shoulder height of up to 70 cm. The coat is usually of medium length, dense, and comes in a variety of colors such as black, white, brown, gray, or a mixture of these. Their eyes can be blue, brown or even one of each color - a trait often inherited from the husky parent.
A rolled eyelid (entropion) is an eyelid malposition in dogs
Tumours of the mammary gland, also known as mammary tumours, are among the most common cancers in dogs.
Hip dysplasia (HD)
Hip dysplasia (HD) is a genetic condition in dogs where the hip joint is not shaped properly. This leads to pain, stiffness and restricted movement.
Often occur with allergies and intolerances.
Can be hereditary in certain breeds.
A Bullsky Mastiff is a breed of dog that consists of a Bullmastiff and a Siberian Husky.
As a rule, hybrid breeds have no place of origin, because it is a mix of two breeds.
They are strong, adaptable and intelligent dogs that can have a beautiful range of coat colors, ranging from tan to black. They usually have a long, bushy tail and a medium length coat.
Bullsky Mastiffs are very active dogs that love to learn new things. They are devoted family members who like to be kept busy and get attention.
To train a Bullsky Mastiff, you should always use a positive reinforcement method, for example with treats or praise. It is also important to have patience and train regularly.