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Masti-Bull is a giant hybrid dog and a crossbreed of Mastiff and the American Bulldog. They come in variety of colors depending upon the color of the dominant parent breed. It features light tan or cream color. Even some Mastiff possesses black markings on the ears which their breeds inherit from them. They have a large, broad head with floppy ears. Their tail is long and straight.

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Character


Masti-Bull shows cautious behavior towards strangers, but they are not overly aggressive towards them. They do not entertain conflicts, either it is somewhere else or in their family. To stop conflicts, they can also step between two arguing people. This happens because of its high sensitivity level. Nature wise it is shy and sometimes timid, early socialization and proper care can stop these traits. The breed has hunting skill that makes them enjoy fetching. They have a protective attitude towards children and connect with affection for them. The time the dog feels any danger for his family, it becomes aggressive.

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Size


28-32 inches
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Weight


100-130 lbs
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General Health


Masti-Bull is a large dog that needs enough room for stretching out, although it requires little maintenance. Being an owner of Masti, one should brush them once in a month using a rubber glove for removing dead hair and dust from the coat. Masti may also inherit mastiff wrinkles; then, they will require cleaning up the wrinkles regularly for preventing infections. During summer one need to do this daily. For preventing tartar build-up and bad breath, brushing the teeth every two or three times a week is a must. Keep a check at the ears once a week to prevent bad odor or redness. It can lead to infection sometimes. For cleaning the ears use cotton ball wet with warm water. Wipe the canine\'s ears gently every week. Make sure to trim the nails every week.

Some health concerns include Canine Hip Dysplasia, Cataracts Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA), Hypothyroidism, and Bloat or Gastric Dilation Volvulus (GDV)

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History


Date of Origin is not known but it is the predecessor of the Mastiff & American Bulldog. Mastiffs are believed to be associated with the Tibetian Mastiff, Rottweiler, Saint Bernard, and Dogue de Bordeaux. The Mastiff has been depicted through the ancient Babylonian, Greek and Equptian artwork. On the other hand, the American Bulldog is the descendant of the Old English Bulldog. It was brought in North America by immigrants.

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Maintenance


Masti bull does not require extra maintenance; instead, this large size pet is a right choice for keeping in the home between families. This playful and energetic breed enjoys spending time with family members.

Masti bull requires the best quality of dry food mixed with a proper nutritious meal. A homemade meal will be a good option to mix with dry food. This will maintain the stamina of the Masti bull and will keep him healthy. Make a proper time schedule foe feeding the Masti as improper feeding may result in bad health. Give food at least 2 times a day.

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Ideal Environment


They can adapt to live in all types of homes It can be a house with a large backyard or an apartment.

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