neapolitan mastiff baby puppy

(9 customer reviews)

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neapolitan mastiff baby puppy, 

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

neapolitan mastiff baby puppy, 

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

9 reviews for neapolitan mastiff baby puppy

  1. Jack D. Burt

    Puppies will be registered with Dogs Qld (ANKC) on Limited register (pets) or Mains (to qualified homes), bio-sensory conditioned from birth, wormed 2 weekly, first vax, microchipped, full vet health check (all done at 7 weeks), born & raised in our home.

  2. Calvin K. Waddington

    Puppies will be registered with Dogs Qld (ANKC) on Limited register (pets) or Mains (to qualified homes), bio-sensory conditioned from birth, wormed 2 weekly, first vax, microchipped, full vet health check (all done at 7 weeks), born & raised in our home.

  3. Carol T. Hamilton

    Western Neapolitan puppies are born and raised with mum and socialised on our acreage kennels on Brisbane’s south With older dogs ,horse’s and wildlife are in the mix too and everyday workings of a typical day here on the ranch which makes for solid temperament building.

  4. Dianne M. Herrick

    Mastiffs make fine companions for anyone who can accommodate their great size and doesn’t mind a little drool slung here and there. Apartment dwellers and first-time dog owners may want to consider another breed. But if you’re looking for a big dog with lots of love to give, this may be the pooch for you!

  5. Charlotte E. Tobias

    Dogs come in all sizes, from the world’s smallest pooch, the Chihuahua, to the towering Great Dane, how much space a dog takes up is a key factor in deciding if he is compatible with you and your living space. Large dog breeds might seem overpowering and intimidating but some of them are incredibly sweet! Take a look and find the right large dog for you!

  6. Emma M. Cooper

    Mastiffs have an easy-care coat, but they shed heavily

  7. Kasey S. Hewett

    When Mastiffs reach adulthood and overcome their clumsiness and energy, they are wonderful companions who are calm, quiet, well mannered, and self-assured. They make excellent watchdogs, although they tend to not bark as much as other breeds.

  8. Mary G. Dehaven

    This is a degenerative eye disorder that eventually causes blindness from the loss of photoreceptors at the back of the eye. PRA is detectable years before the dog shows any signs of blindness. Fortunately, dogs can use their other senses to compensate for blindness, and a blind dog can live a full and happy life. Just don’t make it a habit to move the furniture around.

  9. Simone K. Perez

    Seizures can have many causes, including epilepsy and trauma. Often, they can be managed with medication, although not cured. A dog can live a full and healthy life with the proper management of this condition.

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