September Puppies

We have a planned breeding with Thunder to a neighbor’s mastiff, If you are interested in a puppy call or Text the owners of the female at 509-845-7453. They will be due around September 14th.

WHEN KENNEL CLUBS SAY “MASTIFF” THEY USUALLY MEAN “ENGLISH MASTIFF”

The name “mastiff” can be confusing, because there are several dog breeds with that word in their names, e.g. the Neopolitan mastiff and the Tibetan mastiff. Officially, these breeds are known as “mastiff-type dogs.” When kennel clubs use the name “mastiff” without qualification, it’s usually safe to assume they’re referring to the breed also called the English mastiff or the Old English mastiff.

Nova at 7 months

Nova at 7 months

Reference

Ciampanelli, P. (2015) 10 Cool Facts About English Mastiffs. Retrieved from http://mom.me/pets/dogs/19368-cool-facts-about-english-mastiffs/item/english-mastiff-dressed-/

Breed Standard

General Appearance
The Mastiff is a large, massive, symmetrical dog with a well-knit frame. The   impression is one of grandeur and dignity. Dogs are more massive throughout.   Bitches should not be faulted for being somewhat smaller in all dimensions while   maintaining a proportionally powerful structure. A good evaluation considers   positive qualities of type and soundness with equal weight.

ThunderJan2014
We still have Thunder for sale, for more info go to the 2013 litter page.

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AKC English Mastiffs

In addition to raising Quarter Horses and Braford, Hereford and Angus cattle we also raise beautiful registered AKC Mastiffs. Our first mastiff was Sophie, we purchased her in 2002.  Next, we purchased BK Mia Girl and KT Winston Von Bubba in 2007. We have since added BKs Trinity to our mastiff family in 2009. In 2012 we kept one a puppy from the Trinity and Winston litter, Pooh Bear. In 2013 we purchased BK Full Throttle Nova. All of  our dogs are great family dogs, they make terrific pets and are great additions to the family.

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