July 19, 2017
Choosing a Dogue de Bordeaux for sale to add to your family is a wonderful choice!
Dogue de Bordeaux are also known as the Bordeaux bulldog or the French Mastiff, some say that they descend from a Greek dog while others speak of them as having European descent. But whatever the origin, one thing that all these people are in agreement about is that the dogs are cool and fun to be with. Want to check out our puppy Dogue de Bordeaux for sale, just click here!
What is unique about Dogue de Bordeaux?
- The dogs are pretty huge when compared to other breeds; their shoulder height is around 23 to 30 centimeters while their weight is between 55 to 67 kilograms. These figures are for the adult dogs, it’s important to note that not all dogs reach these limits, but it’s pretty certain you’re going to have big furbaby!
- Some may be smaller while other may grow even bigger than these, and this will be dependent on several factors.
- The breed is very popular in France, but has been gaining prominence in other countries, with several breeders across the United States.
Other features to note about this mastiff breed:
- The Dogue de Bordeaux has a soft, short and thick coat, its skin is wrinkly and comes in different shades, the most popular being fawn and mahogany. It has a red or black mask and some white markings on the toe tips as well as in the chest areas.
- Dogue de Bordeaux is a family dog, both human and canine, when with its own kind it’s known to be social, it takes on a similar character when it moves to a human family setting. It’s important to ensure that the dog is well socialized from a young age. They are known to be patient, and have a gentle temperament; this makes them a perfect pet in a family setting, they will be happy to be around children and a loving family.
- The dog requires little exercise, they will need to be bathed and brushed out occasionally, as well as de-worming and feeding them a balanced diet. They will also need regular walks.
- In terms of training the dog requires a firm but a gentle approach; the training will also need to be consistent to ensure good results. We find treats work best with large breed puppies!