Fawn & Brindle
Self-confident, watchful, and patient
The Mastiff breed is a combination of
dignity and courage; calm and
affectionate to its master, but
capable of protection.
This breed is powerfully built, with a massive body, broad skull and head of generally square
appearance. It is one of the largest dog breeds in terms of mass.
The Mastiff is a self-confident, watchful, and patient dog who is gentle-natured towards his
family. Intelligent and dignified. It rarely barks, but it is in its nature to defend its territory and
family. Calm, steady and docile, this dog is normally excellent with children
Found in Britain as early as the Roman invasion, the Noble Old English Mastiff was probably
brought to that island by Phoenician traders as early as the 6th century BC. Since then, the
Mastiff has been used as an arena gladiator by the Romans, in the sport of bull, bear and
dog combat, and as a sheep guardian, bodyguard, protector, and companion.