Posts Tagged ‘mastiff’

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  • all European mastiffs are descended from the Tibetan Mastiff, the most ancient member of the canine species, the first Asian mastiffs were probably brought to Greece from India by Alexander the Great around 300 BC, the Greeks introduced the dogs to the Romans, who adopted them enthusiastically and used them in circus combats, the Neapolitan Mastiff is a direct descendant of the Roman Molossus, while the breed became extinct throughout the rest of Europe, it continued to survive in Campania, despite the perils of weather and war, one can therefore say that the Neapolitan Mastiff has existed in Campania for two thousand years, even though it was not officially recognized until 1946, and its standard was not set until 1949, the Neapolitan Mastiff was bred for use in war and in bloody Roman arena spectacles
  • is a serious, powerful dog
  • body of this massive, rather rectangular looking dog has abundant, hanging wrinkles and folds on the head and a very large dewlap
  • wide, flat head is large in comparison to the rest of the body
  • straight, dense, short coat comes in gray, blue, black, chocolate, mahogany and tawny, sometimes with brindle and white markings, chocolate dogs are rare
  • this breed looks a bit intimidating, but is actually affectionate, calm, peaceful and loving, they enjoy family and friends, this breed is a heavy drooler, particularly in hot weather or after getting a drink
  • height: males 26 – 30 inches (65 – 75 cm) / females 24 – 28 inches (60 – 70 cm)
  • weight: up to 165 pounds (74 kg), the largest male Neapolitans may be nearly 200 pounds (90 kg)
  • prone to cherry eye, hip dysplasia, bloat, pano-ostiosis (joint pain from growth can occur at 4-18 months and usually goes away on its own), extra caution in warm weather to provide shade, water and a cool place to lie
  • will do okay in an apartment if it is sufficiently exercised
  • life expectancy: up to 10 years 
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  • Kennel’s name / Επωνυμία Εκτροφείου
  • Breeder’s Full name / Ονοματεπώνυμο Ιδιοκτήτη
  • Registration number of FCI / Αριθμός Καταχώρησης FCI
  • Breed of the dog ( analytically if are more than one ) / Φυλές (αναλυτικά αν είναι πάνω από μια)
  • Official Web site / Το site σας
  • Contact Email / Email επικοινωνίας
  • Photo of your kennel / Φωτογραφία του εκτροφείου σας
  • Social media accounts / Μέσο κοινωνικής δικτύωσης  (σελίδα ή προσωπικό λογαριασμό)
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  • is descended from the famous Tibetan dogs that were the source of the majority of Molossers and Mastiffs throughout the world, ancient Tibetan Mastiff may have been in existence as early as 1100 BC, these mastiffs developed into the Tibetan Mastiff we know today during the time period when they were isolated in the Himalayan mountains in Tibet for centuries
  • Marco Polo described the Tibetan Mastiff as «tall as a donkey with a voice as powerful as that of a lion»
  • is a massive, giant dog with sturdy bone structure
  • body is slightly longer than tall
  • the somewhat wrinkled head is broad, heavy and strong
  • double coat is immense and thick with a heavy mane around the neck and shorter hair on the head
  • coat color comes in black, brown and blue-gray, all with or without tan markings and various shades of gold, it can also have white markings
  • some breeders have labeled the Tibetan Mastiff into two types, although both types are often born in the same litter: the Do-khyi and the Tsang-khyi. Tsang-khyi means «dog from Tsang» and is described as the «monastery» type. It is taller and heavier boned with more wrinkles around the face. The Do-khyi or «nomad» type is leaner with fewer wrinkles 
  • is courageous, fearless, even-tempered, calm and thoughtful, very loyal to its own family
  • tends to bark at night if left outside, but will be quiet indoors
  • height: 25 – 28 inches (61- 71 cm)
  • weight: 140 – 170 pounds (64 – 78 kg) Some European owners claim the dogs can weigh up to 220 pounds (99 kg), but the vast majority of these dogs have a weight that falls in the range stated above
  • prone to hip dysplasia, thyroid problems, skin conditions and ear infections, also a genetic problem called Canine Inherited Demyelinative Neuropathy (CIDN), which is fatal
  • can live in an apartment life if it is very well exercised
  • be careful that the bones, muscles and joints of the young dog are not overworked during the growing stage by not overdoing the physical side of its life
  • life expectancy: about 15 or more years
Send the following to this email / Στείλτε σε αυτό το email τα παρακάτω 
(purebredogsforsale@gmail.com)
  • Kennel’s name / Επωνυμία Εκτροφείου
  • Breeder’s Full name / Ονοματεπώνυμο Ιδιοκτήτη
  • Registration number of FCI / Αριθμός Καταχώρησης FCI
  • Breed of the dog ( analytically if are more than one ) / Φυλές (αναλυτικά αν είναι πάνω από μια)
  • Official Web site / Το site σας
  • Contact Email / Email επικοινωνίας
  • Photo of your kennel / Φωτογραφία του εκτροφείου σας
  • Social media accounts / Μέσο κοινωνικής δικτύωσης  (σελίδα ή προσωπικό λογαριασμό)
  • Some informations about you and or your kennel / Πληροφορίες σχετικές με εσάς ή το εκτροφείο σας

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