Second-generation breeder Pat O'Brien discusses this quintessentially British breed.
Bullmastiff veteran Carol Beans shares her stories of success and heartache in the whelping box.
In this brilliant essay, Molosser expert Bas Bosch explains how wrinkling can be a bellwether for hypertype in the Molosser breeds.
How do you keep a Bullmastiff's protective instinct under control? Mona Lindau-Webb offers a blueprint for a well-behaved Bullie.
A correct and ideal slightly undershot Bullmastiff bite.
A long-time breeder and judge discusses what's acceptable -- and not -- when evaluating a Bullmastiff's bite.
Oh, dear! Binky the fawn bonds to a litter of Bullmastiff puppies
Bullmastiff and Dogue puppies — equally cute! Dogue photo by Sanna Sander.
At first glance, the Bullmastiff and Dogue de Bordeaux might seem very similar. Which makes their many differences all the more important.
America's most famous -- and richest -- family also bred some of the first Bullmastiffs in the United States.
Two Bullmastiffs lived at Colonial Williamsburg in the early 1940s, presumably guarding the restored colonial village. Did they patrol its perimeter as their brethren did farther north for the Rockefeller family?
In the 1940s, two Rockefeller-bred Bullmastiffs arrived at this colonial town as a canine anachronisms.
Did the Rockefeller family and early Bullmastiff breeder John Cross ever cross paths? Not likely.