Bullmastiff


Farcroft Fidelity, bred by S.E. Moseley, was the breed's first CC winner in the United Kingdom.
How a British dog dealer named S.E. Moseley created the modern Bullmastiff -- or took credit for it, at least.

Bull Mastiff Ch. Athos, owned by a Miss Lane, likely 1930s.
A hyphen is just a little dash – except when it’s not.   Almost a century ago, when the Kennel Club in the United Kingdom changed the name of the Bull-Mastiff to the Bullmastiff, it was no trivial technicality: It signified that the Bullmastiff had finally shaken off its traditional...
The Bullmastiff was designed to be a stealthy nighttime guardian.

No one wants a Bullmastiff who trashes the house, or your serenity. Here's how to raise one.
No one wants  Bullmastiff who trashes the house, or your serenity. Here's how to raise one.
Adele Pfenninger was once known for her winning Bullmastiffs. Now her paintings depicting them is sought after by art-minded fanciers.

When it comes to breed type, more is not always more.
Bullmastiff judge and expert Billy Brittle shares his concern about overdone dogs — and the departure from breed type that they represent.
An authoritative piece on Bullmastiff type by breeder-judge Helene Nietsch.
Paging Gregor Mendel ... An easy-to-decipher explanation of the genetics of the brindle pattern in the Bullmastiff.
Pam McClintock looks back at the Night Dog, and compares him to today's modern Bullmastiff.
Nine Bullmastiff breeder-judges from around the world share their impressions of the breed.

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