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English Mastiffs can be acquired in one of many rescue organizations. They are abandoned for the same reasons other breeds are, such as the change of the owner's living conditions, incapability of further keeping a dog, abuse, and others. Before bringing an English Mastiff into your home, be careful to educate yourself about the breed. The information of this sort is usually available in rescues and clubs that are often involved in rescue activities.

English Mastiffs are the giants of the canine world. These large dogs need suitable living conditions. Apartment dwellers should think twice before adopting an English Mastiff. The presence of a mountain-like dog in your apartment will make it seem much smaller. The dog will hardly enjoy constant pressure for space either.

A home seems to be an ideal place for an English Mastiff. The dog can comfortably rest in a quiet corner of the house. It is important for an English Mastiff to have its private place where no one will disturb it.

The backyard is the perfect playground for dogs. English Mastiffs are keen on pleasing their owners and doing things together. The only thing to keep in mind is the fact that English Mastiffs do not like hot weather. They should always have enough fresh water at their disposal.

As for foods, it is advised to supply English Mastiffs with dry foods that contain a balanced norm of proteins, fats, minerals, and other elements indispensable for the dog's health.

Be careful not to overfeed your English Mastiff. As a rule, rescued dogs are spayed/neutered. They do not need additional calories to produce and feed their progeny. That is why their metabolic reactions are lower than in intact dogs. Therefore, the diet of a spayed/neutered English Mastiff should be tailored accordingly to avoid obesity.

Obesity in English Mastiffs can be handled in the course of activity. Actually, the breed cannot do without exercise. Deprived of regular physical activity, English Mastiffs turn into decrepit creatures by the age of six years. Heart conditions are also the consequence of lack of exercise.

If trained and cared for properly, English Mastiffs make wonderful companions. They are famous for their devotion to their owner, and are rated excellent with children. Quiet, agreeable personality of English Mastiffs is most definitely what many dog lovers are really after.

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English Mastiffs - Breeders - Clubs Links - US

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Old English Mastiff Club - Established in 1883, club offers information on events, breeders, standard, and more.

Pacific Northwest Mastiff Fanciers - Club officers and board members, history, code of ethics, event calendar, rescue and links.

English Mastiffs - Breeders - Clubs Links - International

Arbeitsgemeinschaft Mastiff - German Mastiff Club offers information on breeders, events, and a photo gallery.

Bandog Club - Club located in the Czech Republic.

Club fur Molosser e.V. - Dedicated to Molosser breeds. Breeders, members, and more. Located in Germany.

Dansk Mastiff Klub - Located in Denmark.

Mastiff Club of Victoria - Mastiff club located in Victoria, Australia. Information about Mastiff health and temperament, the club, club activities and events, and photo gallery.

Molosser Club Austria (MCA) - Devoted to all Molosser breeds.

Molosserclub - News, shows, breeder directory, standard, and pictures of Molosser breeds. Located In Switzerland.

Norsk Engelsk Mastiff Klub - Information on the club, links, and pictures.

Old English Mastiff Club e.V. - Located in Germany. Offers info on breeders, standard, shows, and pictures. Contains English version.

English Mastiffs - Breeders - Links

Australian National Kennel Club - Offers the breed standard.

Breed Standard - United Kennel Club offers breed standard for the English Mastiff.

Devine Farm Mastiff - Extensive health information, progressive retinal atrophy (PRA), PRA DNA test, health certificates, titles, breeding, breeders, books, details on hundreds of Mastiff stud dogs, stud dog statistics, and photos.

Genetic Defects Causing Blindness the English Mastiff - Article discusses health issues.

Dogs in Canada - Mastiff - History and characteristics of the Mastiff. Find breeders and clubs located in Canada.

Elthon, 100% Mastiff - Article about a distinguished Mastiff from France.

English Mastiff Breeders - Breeders of English Mastiffs with links to their web sites, and breeding purposes in brief.

English Mastiffs - List of breeders with links to their homepages.

Mastiff Club Of America WebRing - Links to MCOA member web pages.

Mastiff Dogs - Tips on choosing a breeder, and links to Mastiff related sites.

Mastiff Links - Breed related sites.

Molosses - English Mastiff - Pictures and general information on the breed. Available in French.

New Zealand Kennel Club - Features the official breed standard, and breeders directory.



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