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The Bullmastiff is a large, loyal breed known for its powerful build and protective instincts. They require regular exercise and are adaptable to various living situations, but may be better suited to larger homes with outdoor space. Bullmastiffs are good with children and generally get along well with other pets when properly socialized. Their short coats require regular brushing, and they need extra care in hot climates.

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Bullmastiffs are large dogs, weighing 100-130 lbs, with a height of 24-27 inches.

energy level

Bullmastiffs have a low energy level, making them suitable for a more laid-back lifestyle.

exercise needs

Bullmastiffs need regular exercise, such as daily walks and some playtime to keep them healthy.


Bullmastiffs can be trained but may require patience and consistency due to their stubborn nature.


Bullmastiffs are moderately intelligent and can learn basic commands and tricks.


Bullmastiffs can adapt to various living situations but may be better suited to larger homes with outdoor space.

with kids

Bullmastiffs are generally good with children, known for their gentle and patient nature.

with other pets

Bullmastiffs generally get along well with other pets, especially when properly socialized.

in cold climates

Bullmastiffs can tolerate cold climates but should be protected from extreme cold.

in hot climates

Bullmastiffs can tolerate hot climates but need extra care to stay cool and avoid overheating.


Bullmastiffs have a short coat and shed moderately, requiring regular brushing to manage shedding.


Bullmastiffs require minimal grooming, including occasional brushing and bathing to keep their coats clean and healthy.

bark tendency

Bullmastiffs bark occasionally, usually only when necessary or provoked.

health issues

Bullmastiffs may have some health issues, requiring regular veterinary checkups and preventative care.