What Is The American Bandogge Mastiff?

You might not have heard of the American Bandogge Mastiff. These dogs are a relatively new type, originating from guard dog breeding in the late 1960s. They’re not a breed as we normally think of breeds, since you can get an American Bandog Mastiff by interbreeding several different kinds of dog. The most common method is to cross a male put bull with a sizable, strong female Neapolitan mastiff. However, female English mastiffs are sometimes used instead. It’s also possible to produce a very similar dog, referred to as a pit bull mastiff, by crossing pit bulls and bull mastiffs.

However, no matter how they’re created, there are a number of characteristics that all American Bandogge Mastiffs have in common. They’re intelligent, tractable dogs with a pleasant, docile temperament. They’re also known for their quiet confidence and extreme devotion to their masters, traits shared with molossers such as mastiffs and similar animals. These dogs are good guardians, but do have the trait of being unwilling to bark. Since a warning bark is considered desirable in dogs that act as guards, this can be frustrating for people who are training their American Bandog Mastiffs as protection animals. The fighting dog blood in these animals encourages them not to be vocal.

American Bandogge Mastiffs are a fighting breed. However, their ancestry means that they have a few things in common with breeds that are known for fighting. One of these tendencies is aggression towards other dogs. When confronted with a strange dog, your American Bandogge Mastiff may be difficult to control. This means that inexperienced dog owners, particularly people who’ve never dealt with a dog that can be aggressive towards others, should take care when adopting one of these unique animals. Of course, around people and animals that your dog has been raised around, you’ll find that the American Bandogge Mastiff is friendly, docile, and gentle for his or her size.

Like their mastiff ancestors, the American Bandogge Mastiff does not like to be left by itself. Their extreme love for their families means that they require a lot of attention. This makes them poorly suited for people who travel a lot, or who have to be away from the house for long periods of times. Some American Bandog Mastiffs may be so upset that they howl the entire time you’re gone. However, if you have the time and attention to spare, you’ll be rewarded, because this dog variety wants to please, and will do just about anything to make you and your family happy.


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