Arthur Craven was the first to write a book about the "Bull-Mastiff," though he never once lived with the breed.
Bullmastiffs have memories like elephants. Here's how to ensure that yours starts off with a rosy view of the world.
The author with her first homebred Tauralan Ruby Tuesday, circa 1974.
Longtime breeder Carol Beans of Tauralan Bullmastiffs looks back over four decades in the breed – and shares her thoughts on what the future might hold.
Bullmastiff breeder and judge Helene Nietsche of Banstock Bullmastiffs gives a hands-on demonstration on what to look for in a promising Bullmastiff puppy.
Farcroft Felons Frayeur, whelped in 1927, was an early champion for Moseley.
At his Farcroft kennel in Stoke-on-Trent in the 1920s and '30s, S.E. Moseley perfected and solidified Bullmastiff type.
If you thought Heathcliff had it rough on those moors, consider what Emily Brontë dishes out to her Bullmastiff, Keeper.
Emily Brontë was famous for her Gothic novel, Wuthering Heights. But she was also a Bullmastiff owner with a rather heavy hand.
Thorneywood Terror was a Bullmastiff prototype who always got his man.
Carol Beans of Tauralan Bullmastiffs in California walks us through the breed standard, line by line.
Because of a quirk of biology, a litter of puppies can have more than one father. We explore these intentional "multi-sired" litters.
In this unabashed love letter to the two breeds that have captivated her over the decades – the Mastiff and, later, the Bullmastiff – Judy Nash sums up their essence with anecdotes so powerful and moving, we'd keep the Kleenex close by.