A Bullmastiff is a tall, proud, courageous and yet one of the gentle giants of the canine world. Bullmastiffs fall in the category of dogs that bark very less. Even while on guard, they would not bite their prey but rather pin them down for as long as required. Bull mastiffs are confident and trustworthy dogs that make them excellent companions and great family dogs. They are also known to be the “Best Kissers” of the canine world.
If you are a proud owner of this majestic breed or if you are planning to get a Bullmastiff as a family pet, you are making an incredible decision. We bring to you all the aspects that you will have to keep in mind before getting a Bullmastiff so that you are able to provide an environment that develops a healthy dog and a long lasting companionship.
One of the most unique features of a Bullmastiff is that these dogs hardly bark. Unless alarmed, Bullmastiffs can go on days without barking. This unique aspect also gives them the name of “barkless dogs” Another unique aspect of this dog is that despite their large size and formidable built they are one of the most gentle dogs around. Their large size also makes them low energy lazy dogs.Bullmastiffs are also known to drool a lot. So if you are planning to get a Bullmastiff it will be a good idea to stock up on hand towels. Pet parents to a Bullmastiff will also have to be careful about the temperatures and climate control as Bullmastiffs are prone to heat exhaustion and heat stroke. In case you are in a city with extreme climates, care will have to be taken to provide appropriate cooling and air conditioning especially during extreme heat.