Our dogs have been imported from all over Europe where type, temperament and SIZE of the English Mastiff has been preserved
our family has always owned an English mastiff. I bred and showed Shih Tzu for 20 years and when our last English mastiff passed away in 2011 we realized the English mastiffs being bred here were not the same anymore. They lost their look, personality and size! After years of searching we realized we would have to import if we wanted another English Mastiff with the true Old English Mastiff look. Importing is not easy or cheap and once we finally had our first male Axel here we realized there were other families desperately looking for a true Old English Mastiff as well . I decided then to retire from my Shih Tzu breeding program and start a new journey with my husband to breed the best English mastiffs we could find from all over the world.
all of our dogs have been DNA health tested and clear and once they are 2 years old have their OFA hips/elbows testing done.
English Mastiffs love their family! They do not do well as a yard dog. They need to be in the home with their family. They are very protective of their family and love children.
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Our dogs range in size from 31-34” at the shoulders and 190-230 in weight. Our dogs are kept fit and not overweight. Our mastiffs are all imported from Europe. True Old English mastiff bloodlines. They are much larger and stockier than the “mastiff” you find here in the U.S. when we decided to dedicate our lives to breeding this amazing breed, we searched all over the best kennels in Europe to import the best bloodlines.
our girls are just as big as the boys. They do tend to weight slightly less but size wise they are just as big. Males tend to be the lazier of the sexes and the females are better watchdog’s. They see and hear everything!
we are in Ocala, Fl.
Mastiffs are too large to fit on most airlines as carryon after 9 weeks of age. Some airlines require a pet being carried on to be 12 weeks or older and under 25 pounds. Our mastiffs average 25 pounds at 8 weeks old. There are some airlines that will allow a pet to travel at 8 weeks but you will have to contact your airline to ask. After 8/9 weeks of age our babies are too large to fit into a carrier that will fit under your seat so you will have to use a pet transporter to drive you baby to you. I have a wonderful transporter I can recommend if you need one.
we use ivermectin injectable (orally) and have for over 20+ years.