English Mastiff

English mastiff

The English Mastiff is a large breed of dog. With a massive body, broad skull and head of generally square appearance, it is one of the largest dog breeds in terms of mass.

The standard height

  • Male: 30inches (76cm)

  • Female: 27.5inches (70cm)

The standard weight

  • Male: 150-250lbs (68-110kg)
  • Female: 120-200lbs (54-91kg)


  • Colors of the English Mastiff include: apricot, brindle, fawn, black mask

The Mastiff breed has a desired temperament. The breed is good natured, calm, easy going, and gentle for its size. They make a well-mannered house pet and are extremely devoted to its family. Good with children and small dogs. Very loyal.



Dogue de Bordeaux (French Mastiff)Dogue de Bordeaux

The Doguede Bordeaux or French Mastiff are very powerful dogs, with a very muscular body, but are also short and stocky with a heavy broad head. The Dogue’s size should come mostly from width and muscles, rather than height.

The standard height

  • Male: 23.5-27inches (58-67.5cm)
  • Female: 22.5-25.5inches (57-65cm)

The standard weight

  • Male: min 110lbs
  • Female: min 99lbs


  • Colors of the Doguede Bordeaux include: red no mask, red with mask, mahogany

The Dogue is even tempered, protective by nature, and extremely devoted to his family. They are intelligent and can also be stubborn, arrogant and dominant.



Neopolitan MastiffNeopolitan Mastiff

The Neopolitan Mastiff is a massive breed used as a guard and defender of family and property due to the protective instincts and their fearsome appearance. They are fearless and extremely protective of its home and family.

The standard height

  • Male: 26-31inches (66-79cm)
  • Female: 24-29inches (61-74cm)

The standard weight

  • Male: 150-200lbs
  • Female: 120-160lbs


Colors of the Neopolitan Mastiff include: blue, black, tawny, brindle, mahogany and fawn

The Neo prefer to be with their family and to remain in and around the home at all times. This is not breed for most people and certainly not a dog for beginners.


Saint Bernard 

The St. Bernard is a breed of very large working dog from the Italian and Swiss Alps, originally bred for rescue. The breed has become famous through tales of alpine rescues, as well as for its large size.

Standard Height

  • Male: 28″-30″
  • Female: 26″-28″

Standard weight

  • Male:140-180 lbs
  • Female:120-140 lbs


The coat can be either smooth or rough, with the smooth coat close and flat. The rough coat is dense but flat, and more profuse around the neck and legs. The coat is typically a red color with white, or sometimes a mahogany brindle with white. Black shading is usually found on the face and ears. The tail is long and heavy, hanging low with the end turned up slightly. The dark eyes should have naturally tight lids, with “haws only slightly visible”. Sometimes the eyes, brown usually, can be icy blue, nearly white.

The Saint Bernard is very docile, even-tempered, and friendly. The breed is very patient and good with children. They are gentle, slow-moving giants that consistently aim to please. They are loyal, obedient, and easy to train. Because of the breed’s massive size, training and socialization should begin at an early age. This breed makes a good watchdog.