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10 Famous English Mastiff cross breeds

English mastiff cross breeds

The English Mastiff is a breed of extremely large dog perhaps descended from the ancient Alaunt and Pugnaces Britanniae, with a significant input from the Alpine mastiff in the 19th century.

Distinguishable by enormous size, massive head, short coat in a limited range of colors, but always displaying a black mask, the mastiff is noted for its gentle and loving nature.

He makes a fine companion for anyone who can accommodate his great size and doesn’t mind a little drool slung here and there. The mastiff has contributed to the development of a number of dog breeds, some generally known as Mastiff-type dogs, a mastiff mix, or, confusingly, just as “Mastiffs”.

 

10 Famous English Mastiff Cross Breeds Content Overview

 

10. English Mastiff + Bulldog = American Bandogge

American Bandogge

The American Bandogge Mastiff is a hybrid dog breed, resulting from two pure breeds like Bulldog and mastiff. This is a large and muscular dog that, although it may look intimidating, can actually be a gentle and loyal companion pet, as long as it gets proper training and socialization.

This large, powerful, muscular dog has a rectangular shaped, well-proportioned body, triangular ears, overhanging lips, strong jaws and wide eyes. The Bandogge is an assured, easy to train and intelligent dog who will act as a devoted guardian to its family.

  • Life Expectancy:  10 to 11 years.
  • Weight: 70 to 125 pounds
  • Height: 19 to 30 inches

 

9. Boxer + English Mastiff = Boxmas

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The Boxmas is a hybrid or designer breed that is the result of breeding a Boxer with a mastiff. The Boxmas is great with a family or any children, excellent with other dogs and cats. Boxmas is a very affectionate dog who can be overprotective of their home and property.

The Boxmas is a hybrid breed that originated in Europe in relatively recent years. The Boxmas contains a short, dense coat with water-repellent hair. Maintenance for this breed is easy as long as daily exercise is provided with intense play.

  • Life Expectancy:  10 to 12 years.
  • Weight: 70 to 100 lbs
  • Height: 23 to 36 inches

 

8.English Mastiff + Bullmastiff = Doubull-Mastiff

doubull mastiff

The Doubull-Mastiff is a hybrid dog mix of two pure breeds, the Bullmastiff and the English Mastiff. The Doubull-Mastiff is a giant mixed breed known for being alert, courageous, independent, intelligent, and loyal. His dense coat will be short and shedding will be low. Brushing can be done weekly to remove dead hair and to keep his coat shiny. to keep it healthy, it will need to get exercise regularly. The Doubull-Mastiff commonly participates in guarding.

  • Life Expectancy:  8 to 10 years.
  • Weight: 110 to 130 pounds
  • Height: 25 to 26 inches

 

7. English Mastiff + Rottweiler = English Mastweiler

English-Mastweiler

The English Mastweiler is a designer breed created by crossing the rottweiler and English mastiff. These broad-headed dogs have a strong muzzle and loose skin. Their alert, watchful nature make them excellent guard dogs, these dogs are family oriented and are naturally protective, they are very powerful animals and interactions with smaller children and animals should be closely supervised to prevent unintentional injuries as well as aggression.

  • Life Expectancy:  10 to 12 years.
  • Weight: 120 to 160 pounds
  • Height: 27 to 32 inches

 

6. Labrador Retriever + Englissh Mastiff = Mastador

 

The Mastador is a giant mixed breed being a cross between the LabradorMastador retriever and the mastiff. The Mastador is a terribly loving, sweet and great family dog but you will need to have room for her. The coat of the Mastador requires very minimal grooming. They love affection, being involved in family activities and playing with their owners, kids and other dogs. they can be protective and love to learn tricks and take to training fairly well.

  • Life Expectancy:  10 to 15 years.
  • Weight: 100 to 190 pounds
  • Height: 28 to 36 inches

 

5. English Mastiff + American Bulldog = Masti-Bull

Masti-Bull

The American Masti-Bull is not purebreed, is a hybrid breed. The breed was developed by breeding the American Bulldog with the mastiff to create a large to a giant dog who can be loyal and affectionate with his family, as well as an aggressive guard dog when needed. The Masti-Bull needs little grooming but will drool a lot, often more than first-time owners will expect.

  • Life Expectancy:  8 to 10 years.
  • Weight: 100 to 120 pounds
  • Height: 25 to 26 inches

 

4. English Mastiff + Poodle = Mastidoodle

mastidoodle

The Mastidoodle is a mixed breed the blend of the mastiff and the poodle. The Mastidoodle is a great family dog. they are very loyal, loving and protective. he is also called a Mastipoo, Mastiffpoo or Mastiffdoodle. he is a loving and laid back dog who makes a great family companion.

His love of kids and other animals makes him a great family pet who wants nothing more than to hang out with his human pack. it is a great intelligent dog and easy to train but can get easily bored.

  • Life Expectancy:  8 to 15 years.
  • Weight: 60 to 100 pounds
  • Height: 15 to 30 inches

 

3. Saint Bernard + English Mastiff = Saint Mastiff

Saint Mastiff

The Saint Bermastiff is not a purebred dog. a large size dog is a cross between the saint bernard and the mastiff. This breed is known for being friendly, gentle, independent, intelligent, outgoing, quiet, and social. to keep it healthy, it will need to get exercise regularly.

This hybrid is typically intelligent and will pick up commands with ease. The Saint Bermastiff is usually good with kids and will enjoy playing with and loving on them.

  • Life Expectancy:  8 to 10 years.
  • Weight: 150 to 190 pounds
  • Height: 27 to 30 inches

 

2. English Mastiff + Catahoula = Mastahoula

Mastahoula
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The Mastahoula is a hybrid dog breed. is a cross between the English mastiff, and a Catahoula Dog. the combination is typically a very large animal with a high intellect and a fairly calm demeanor, although they may not get along well with strangers or with other animals. The Mastahoula makes a good family dog. they are great with the family and typically accept strangers well.

  • Life Expectancy:  10 to 14 years.
  • Weight: 80 to 140 pounds
  • Height: 24 to 30 inches

 

1. English Mastiff + Irish Wolfhound = Irish Mastiff

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The Irish Mastiff is hybrid dog breed. it is a cross between the mastiff and the Irish wolfhound. These gentle giants are very loving and loyal dogs with easy going and even tempered personalities, making them great additions to families. although very large, these dogs don’t need excessive amounts of exercise and will stay healthy with normal levels of exercise.

  • Life Expectancy:  8 to 12 years.
  • Weight: 120 to 180 pounds
  • Height: 30 to 36 inches

 

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