Similar to other large-breed dogs, Bullmastiffs rarely live beyond ten years.
Bullmastiffs were originally bred in England by crossing a traditional Mastiff with a Bulldog.
For Bullmastiffs, cancer, bloat and hip dysplasia are common risks once the dog enters adulthood.
Bullmastiffs are fully devoted to their masters, highly intelligent and even tempered.
Bullmastiffs are usually good with most other pets, and they are very tolerant of children.