Group : Working Dogs
Weight : 54 – 65 Kgs
Height : 23 - 30 inches
Color(s) : The French Mastiff color ranges from a rich shade of light fawn to dark red fawn and covers thick, loose skin.
Coat : The French Mastiff coat is short and delicate with baggy skin. Coat hues incorporate different shades of grovel to mahogany with a darker red or dark cover around and under the nose including the lips and eye edges. There are now and then white markings on the mid-section and tips of the toes.
Distinct Feature :The French Mastiff is a generally short, stocky mastiff. The wrinkled head is huge, overwhelming and wide. The teeth meet in an under-nibble. The upper lips hang thickly down over the lower jaw. The tough skin on the neck is free, framing a discernible dewlap. The eyes are hazel to dull cocoa, contingent upon the shade of the canine, and are separate wide. The ears are little, hanging down, in extent to the pooch and are darker in shading. The tail is thick at the base, decreasing to a point. The mid-section is profound, expansive, coming to lower than the elbows. The legs are strong.
TEMPERAMENT : The French Mastiff has a decent and quiet demeanor. It is to a great degree faithful, patient and committed to his gang. Courageous and angry with outsiders, he is a top of the line watch and monitor puppy. Mingle exceptionally well with different creatures, ideally beginning from an early age to keep away from him being forceful with different canines. The French Mastiff wheezes and dribbles. In spite of his fearsome appearance, the French Mastiff is delicate with youngsters and relatives. In any case, this is an intense creature, and is not suitable for an unpracticed canine proprietor. The target in preparing this pooch is to accomplish pack pioneer status. It is a characteristic impulse for a pooch to have a request in its pack. When we people live with puppies, we turn into their pack. The whole pack coordinates under a solitary pioneer. Lines are unmistakably characterized and guidelines are set. You and every single other human MUST be higher up in the request than the canine. That is the main way your relationship can be a win. This breed needs a quiet, yet firm proprietor who shows a characteristic power over the puppy. One who is certain and predictable.
CHARACTER :Faithful and dedicated to its family, the French Mastiff is courageous and pleased. It is delicate with kids and relatives, charitable, and infrequently artless. French Mastiff make brilliant guard dogs and watch pooches. They do tend to wheeze and at times dribble.