Dogue de Bordeaux
French Mastiff

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Talus at 11 months

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Dogue De Bordeaux
French Mastiff

France, Ancient Times

Companion, Guarding

Life Expectancy
This breed can live as long as 10 -12 years of age

Weight & Height
99-150 Pounds & 23-27 Inches at the shoulders

Known Health Problems
Bloat, Breathing Problems, Hip Dysplasia, Mange, Thyroid Problems.

Physical Description
Massively built dog, heavily boned and broad. The head is large and broad with a short muzzle and undershot jaw. The eyes are large and brown. The ears are small and drop. The forehead is heavily wrinkled and the tail is long and tapers.

Calm dog that rarely barks, They are friendly and bond closely with their family. They make great guard dogs and will protect their family. These dog tend to be rather dominant with other dogs. This breed is not for someone who will be away from home alot or for long periods of time.

Needs consistant training in a calm manner. They will become attached to their handler and want to please

Living Conditions
Not recommended for apartment living

Use a rubber brush to remove dead hairs on occasion

Walk on a lead daily and allow some time to run freely a few times a week

Coat Texture
Soft short hair

Coat Colors



Talus at 2 months old
5 -8 puppies are usually born per litter.

Continental Kennel Club
American Pet Registry
Fédération Cynologique Internationale
National Kennel Club
New Zealand Kennel Club


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Dogue de Bordeaux Breeders
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