akc neapolitan mastiff puppies for sale

(7 customer reviews)

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akc neapolitan mastiff puppies for sale,

available at 50% discount, ready for their new homes, Puppies are akc registered, vet checked and comes with all papers.

neapolitan mastiff puppies

akc neapolitan mastiff puppies for sale,

available at 50% discount, ready for their new homes, Puppies are akc registered, vet checked and comes with all papers.

neapolitan mastiff puppies

7 reviews for akc neapolitan mastiff puppies for sale

  1. Candice T. Wilson

    All our dogs have superb happy, trustworthy temperaments & are great with our children. The parents of our litters have passed their hip & elbow X-rays (‘A’ & ‘Z’ stamps), are imported or from imported Mastiff bloodlines & have excellent temperaments.

  2. Norma J. Ryan

    The Mastiff is one of the most ancient types of dog breeds. Their ancestor, the Molossus, was known 5,000 years ago. Back then, they were ferocious war dogs, very different from the benevolent behemoth that the breed is today.

  3. Steven B. Wood

    Stranger-friendly dogs will greet guests with a wagging tail and a nuzzle; others are shy, indifferent, or even aggressive. However, no matter what the breed, a dog who was exposed to lots of different types, ages, sizes, and shapes of people as a puppy will respond better to strangers as an adult.

  4. Angele C. Crawford

    Socializing your Mastiff to other animals will help ensure that your Mastiff has a happy, healthy life. If Mastiffs are not properly trained and socialized they may develop aggression toward other animals, and their size and strength make them dangerous if they don’t know how to interact with them.

  5. Joyce R. Quinones

    Mastiffs can have strong protection instincts and need to be properly socialized with both people and animals. If they are not properly socialized they can become fearful of new situations and shy of strangers, which could lead to biting.

  6. Larry C. McClelland

    Mastiffs can have strong protection instincts and need to be properly socialized with both people and animals. If they are not properly socialized they can become fearful of new situations and shy of strangers, which could lead to biting.

  7. Joey K. Mendoza

    Mastiffs are generally healthy, but like all breeds, they’re prone to certain health conditions. Not all Mastiffs will get any or all of these diseases, but it’s important to be aware of them if you’re considering this breed.

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