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Find English Mastiffs for adoption by owner throughout the USA and Canada on Pet Net.

Need to Rehome Your English Mastiff Dog or Puppy?

Pet Adoptions Network offers expert help in rehoming English Mastiffs throughout the USA and Canada. If you need help finding your English Mastiff a good home safely, effectively and permanently, please request our dog rehoming services today!


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Adopt an English Mastiff Dog or Puppy

Listed below are English Mastiff and English Mastiff mix dogs and puppies looking for their forever homes. If you would like to meet one of these special family companions, please complete our online meeting request form.

ADOPTED – BENTLEY – English American Pit Bull Terrier Mix Erie CO

ADOPTED – BENTLEY – English American Pit Bull Terrier Mix Erie CO

Erie CO – A gorgeous 90 pound English Mastiff American Pit Bull Terrier mix, 6 year old Bentley is looking for a new home where he will be kept happy, healthy and safe. This handsome fawn and white colored dog is neutered, up to date on shots, healthy, micro-chipped and house trained. He is great with children and would love a country home with room to enjoy and iindoor/outdoor lifestyle away from cats and small, yappy dogs, which he dislikes. Bentley will be rehomed with all supples and veterinary records. Adopt this amazing Mastiff mix in Erie Colorado today.

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English Mastiff Amstaff Mix Dog For Adoption Seattle – Meet Monty

English Mastiff Amstaff Mix Dog For Adoption Seattle – Meet Monty

A handsome 95 pound dog, Monty is an English Mastiff American Staffordshire Terrier mix dog for adoption in Seattle. This loveable large dog is in good health, fixed, up to date on shots and house trained. He is well behaved and very affectionate. Monty is good with other dogs and gets along well with children. He does not do well with cats.

Monty will be rehomed with all supplies and vet records. Adopt this handsome Amstaff Mastiff mix dog in Seattle today.

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Detroit MI – Mastiff Chow Chow Mix Dog For Private Adoption – Meet Zoey

Detroit MI – Mastiff Chow Chow Mix Dog For Private Adoption – Meet Zoey

Zoey is a Chow Chow / English Mastiff Mix Dog for private adoption by owner in Macomb Michigan. This pet is located close to the following towns and cities in Michigan:

Detroit
Fraser
Mount Clemens
Sterling Heights
Roseville
Eastpointe
Warren
Troy
Grosse Pointe Woods
Madison Heights
Clawson
Harper Woods
Rochester Hills
Rochester
Hazel Park
Royal Oak
Clinton Township
Clinton
Cady
Fraser
Mount Clemens
Broad Acres
Sterling Heights
Waldenburg
Utica
Harrison Township
Roseville
Shelby
Saint Clair Shores
Chesterfield
Anchor Bay Shores
Macomb
Disco
Preston Corners

Adopt this sweet Chow Chow / Mastiff Mix Dog in Macomb Michigan today.

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Is an English Mastiff Right For You?

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The English Mastiff is a powerful and majestic large breed of dog that has a very rich and colorful history, dating back many centuries.

The English Mastiff is thought to have descended from large mastiff-type dogs brought to Britain by the Phoenician traders as far back as the 6th century B.C.

These dogs were crossed with local fighting dogs, and their offspring were used to hunt Wolves, and later as combatants in various blood sports, including fighting the lion and the bear.

When the Romans arrived, they were so impressed with the Mastiff breed that they often took the dogs back to their arenas in Rome.

The first and second World Wars reduced the English Mastiff breed’s numbers in their British homeland, and there are presently more English Mastiffs in the United States than there are in its country of origin.

Grand, but very good-natured; courageous yet docile and very dignified, the English Mastiff is a sturdy companion and protection dog measuring 30 or more inches at the shoulder (females 2-1/2 inches less).

The English Mastiff’s coat is short and dense and comes  in shades of apricot, silver fawn or dark fawn-brindle, all with darker muzzle, ears and nose. Regular, thorough brushing is all the grooming necessary.

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