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You should always consult a Licensed Behaviorist first for temperament and training issues.  Only a Licensed Behaviorist will be able to properly diagnose and treat your Bullmastiff.

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You should always consult a Licensed Veterinarian and/or Canine Nutritionist first for nutrition and weight issues.  Only a Licensed Veterinarian and/or Canine Nutritionist will be able to properly diagnose and treat your Bullmastiff.

Now that you own a Bullmastiff, the responsibility becomes a partnership between you and the Bullmastiff Breeder (hopefully).  The Bullmastiff Breeder, presumably, tried to create a fine specimen of the Bullmastiff Breed.  Now you need to figure out how to keep him or her that way and your first step should be - Nutrition.

Just because a bag or can is labeled "dog food" or "doggy treat", it doesn't mean that you should necessarily be feeding your Bullmastiff that particular item.  The following holds true:

Feed your Bullmastiff a low quality diet in improper amounts - you "might" save money in dog food and treats, but you will more than triple your cost in future veterinarian bills.

The Bullmastiff is extremely sensitive to diet assignments.  Feed them too much to fast, you risk skeletal problems and bloat.  Give them too little or too much supplementation, you risk skeletal and musculature problems and more.  Feed them toxically preserved foods, you increase their chances of autoimmune diseases and cancer.

Need help finding the right food, treats, and supplements for your Bullmastiff?  Visit the Feed Me section of The Bullem Mall!  Only top quality, all natural foods, treats, and supplements proven to benefit the Bullmastiff health are sold here.  All purchases benefit Bullmastiff Interest Organizations!

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Contributed by her owner Linda Thompson of Gemstone Bullmastiffs.  "Bubbles" was bred by Anita Lewis and Jean Robinson of Leatherneck Bullmastiffs.  Her official registration name is AKC CH. Leatherneck's Pink Champagne.  Power The Dog of ORLOK as donated by her breeder Ghislaine Assink.  Brindle Bullmastiff puppy out of "The Dog of Orlok".  Born 2 April 2000, Power is out of Moraya The Dog of ORLOK and Turbo Tyson of Forest Rangers. Presley The Dog of ORLOK as donated by her breeder Ghislaine Assink.  This is a beautiful representation of a brindle Bullmastiff puppy out of the kennel "The Dog of Orlok". Rescued by Mickey Mullen of Florida Bullmastiff Rescue, this is Bumper in his new home and on his new couch. Alex at 13 weeks old, contributed by Chris Lezotte and Alan Kalter of HappyLegs Bullmastiffs.  Although a bit "off color" from the traditional Bullmastiff standard, these Dudley Bullmastiffs still make wonderful pets!

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