Staffy Bull Bullmastiff

Staffy Bull Bullmastiff


The Staffy Bull Bullmastiff is a mongrel dog, a cross between the Staffordshire Bull Terrier and Bullmastiff breeds. Calm, devoted and affectionate, these puppies inherit some of the best qualities of their two parents, Staffy Bullmastiffs can also be called “Staffordshire Bullmastiff”. Despite their mixed breed status, you can find these dogs in shelters and rescues, so remember to adopt. These gentle giants prefer to live in homes with yards. They love children and make excellent watchdogs, and even make great companions for the elderly. However, because of their large size and stubborn nature, they are not a good choice for first-time parents. They will need an experienced parent who can handle the firm training these dogs require. If you want a lazy and lovable companion, the Staffy Bullmastiff may be the right dog for you.


Staffy Bullmastiffs are mixed breed dogs. The main colours of Staffy Bullmastiffs are brindle, fawn, black, white, brown and red. Sometimes their coat is solid and sometimes they have a mixture of colours.they usually moult throughout the year, which does not make them an ideal choice for allergy sufferers.some Staffy Bullmastiffs may have a tendency to gain weight. Make sure your dog has at least one good walk of half an hour to an hour’s duration a day with some play time in the backyard.Staffy Bullmastiffs are playful and affectionate companions, and will be protective of all children they share a home with. Adults should always supervise play sessions.When it comes to other pets, Staffy Bullmastiffs unfortunately, do not usually get along well with other pets, cats or other dogs.The Staffy Bullmastiff can become bored if not mentally and physically stimulated with activities. If left alone for too long, they can be destructive.


The Staffy Bull Bullmastiff may have existed naturally over the years, and the exact origins of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier and Bullmastiff mix are unknown. The Staffordshire Bull Terrier emerged in the early 19th century and was bred to be a fighting dog that would not attack people. Despite their sad beginnings as fighters, they eventually became family companions.Bullmastiffs were bred in the mid-19th century to accompany game wardens and chase poachers. Once poaching declined, these dogs acted as guard dogs.

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Dog Breed Group: Hybrid Dogs
Height: 14 to 27 inches
Weight: 38 to 130 pounds
Life Span: 12 to 16 years

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