10 Commandments for Pet Owners
-My life is likely to last 10-15 years. Any separation from you will
be very painful.

-Give me the time to understand what you want from me. Do not break
my spirit with your temper,
though I will always forgive you. Your patience will teach me more
effectively.

-Please have me spayed or neutered. It's better for everyone.

-Treat me kindly, my beloved friend, for no heart in the entire world
is more grateful for your kindness than mine.
Don't be angry with me for long, and don't lock me up as punishment.
After all, you have your job, your friends,
and your entertainment. I only have you.

-Speak to me often. Even if I don't understand your words, I
understand your voice when it's speaking to me. Your voice
is the sweetest sound I ever hear, as you must know by my enthusiasm
whenever I hear you.

-Take me in when it's cold and wet. I'm a domestic animal and am no
longer prepared to the bitter elements. I ask for little, gentle
hands petting me, my bowl full of water, and good food so I can stay
well. By your side I will

Breeders

Mountain Time Mastiffs

St Patricks Mastiffs

Shopping

https://naturesfarmacy.com/canine.html?acc=68

SHOW Sites
Infodog(MB-F Shows)
Onofrio Shows
American Kennel Club



INFORMATION
Old English Mastiff Trust Foundation

MCOA

RESCUE

FORM

Is a Mastiff right for you (MCOA)

Mastiff Health Information MCOA

Forum Boards

http://www.worldmastiffforum.com

HEALTH
Health

Forum Link
Nutrition
Your Animals Health
Encyclopedia of Canine Veterinary Medical Information
Devine Farms Mastiffs
Doc Rob's Library Of Mastiff
AKC site on Mastiffs
Eye Problems Found in Mastiffs
Mastiff Health Education
Joint Problems Found in Mastiffs

Mastiff Health
Optigen PRA Site

Orthopedic Foundation
Puppy Health

TRAINING
Training Your Dog
The Puppy Rule Book
World of Dog and Training


 

The Mastiff : The Aristocratic Guardian (The Pure Bred Series) by Dee Dee Andersson (Hardcover)

 

Mastiffs: Everthing About Purchase, Care, Nutrition, Grooming, Behavior, and Training (Complete Pet Owner's Manual) by Kim Campbell Thornton, Pam Tanzey (Illustrator) (Paperback - May 1999)
Mastiff: A Comprehensive Guide to Owning and Caring for Your Dog (Kennel Club Dog Breed Series) by Christina De-Lima-Netto, Christina De Lima-Netto (Hardcover - September 2003)
 
The Mastiff: An Owner's Guideto a Happy Healthy Pet
 

The Mastiff: An Owner's Guideto a Happy Healthy Pet (Happy Healthy Pet) by John M. Becknell (Hardcover)

 

Give Your Dog a Bone: The Practical Commonsense Way to Feed Dogs for a Healthy Life by Ian Billinghurst (Paperback - December 1993)



Earl Mindell's Nutrition & Health for Dogs : Keep Your Dog Healthy and Happy with Natural Preventative Care and Remedies by Elizabeth Renaghan,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The MCOA is dedicated to the health and welfare of the English Mastiff breed conserving its unique breed function as a gentle giant companion and family guardian.

A pure bred dog of this type offers to his owners that he will be of a specific size, shape, color and temperament.

The predictability of a breed comes from years of selection for traits that are desirable and away from those that are undesirable. However, when a breed standard or type is set, those animals within that set have less heterozygosity than animals in a random population.

A so called “American Mastiff” is nothing but a mixed breed when the English Mastiff is crossed with an Anatolian Shepherd or whatever, the resultant first generation offspring, because it is a gamble, the offspring become an unpredictable mix. Coat, body shape, height, color, head etc become a veritable crap shoot. Behavior and temperament, the most essential character of an English Mastiff, varies and centuries of breeding for predictable behavior is lost when breeding to a dog of questionable temperament.

The MCOA is opposed to the cross breeding of pure bred dogs for the purpose of whim and fancy. These mixed breed dogs are not exempt from but more prone to the known genetic diseases of both breeds. They offer none of the advantages that owning a pure bred has to offer.

We urge you to avoid this temptation to purchase a “designer Mastiff”. Be a prudent and informed bu