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The Bull Daniff has a lifespan of 9 to 11 years with health conditions linked to Bull Mastiff and Great Dane traits.
The Bull Daniff coat colour ranges from black, white, brown, brindle or spotted. The coat texture is short in length and smooth in texture.
Bath your Bull Daniff as needed. Clean the short coat clean and shiny by weekly brushing to remove dead hairs.
They have large jowls and can drool. As such, clean the skin folds to prevent yeast or bacterial infection.
Feed the Bull Daniff good quality dog food (dry or wet) for nutrition and energy. Consider spacing meals out to 3 or 4 times daily.
Check and clean the ears with an ear-cleaning solution approved by the Veterinarian.
They are easy to train and respond to gentle positive reinforcements and treats. They will like to play fetch and run around in a fenced-in yard or any nearby park or open space.
Keep the training sessions short and engaging. Your Bull Daniff may suffer separation anxiety if left alone for long periods.
The Bull Daniff is friendly yet their protective nature makes it a good choice for a family dog. They are gentle, caring dogs and not aggressive. The breed is often referred to as a “gentle giant”. Their large and imposing appearance hides its friendly nature.
The Bull Mastiff Dog Breed in a Nutshell
The Bull Mastiff is a working breed originating from Britain in the 1800s. Imported into the United States in the 1920s, the Bull Mastiff is a fast, large and strong dog breed.
Bred for their strength, size and speed using a cross of the Bulldog with the Mastiff.
The Bull Mastiff is 24 to 27 inches (60 to 68 cm) at the shoulder and weighs 100 to 130 pounds (45 to 59 kg).
Their coat (brindle, fawn, red) need minimal grooming and occasional brushing and towelling. The oily skin needs to be clean and dry to prevent dirt and bacteria buildup within the skin folds.
They enjoy obedience, agility, tracking, carting and do not need much exercise.
Their gentle, calm and easy-going temperament, makes them good family dogs. With a life expectancy of 8 to 10 years, health concerns include bloat, hip and elbow dysplasia and cancer.
They enjoy obedience, agility, tracking, carting and do not need much exercise. Their gentle, calm and easy-going temperament, makes them good family dogs.
With a life expectancy of 8 to 10 years, health concerns include bloat, hip and elbow dysplasia and cancer.
The Great Dane Dog Breed in a Nutshell
Great Danes are gentle giants, playful and good with children. Scooby-Doo comes to mind. They are intelligent and easy to train. They have a slow body mechanism resulting in less food consumption and energy levels.
The Great Dane is a short-haired giant working breed with a strong galloping stature. Their coat colours are black, brindle, fawn, blue, mantle, harlequin.
They are 28 to 30 inches (71 to 76cm) in height and 100 to 120 pounds (45 to 54 kg). They are not natural swimmers and need up to 30 to 90 minutes of daily exercise.