Perfect bullmastiff available for stud very good blood line and full pedigree, my boy is on a raw diet and gets walked twice a day so he is very very healthy!! He had a beautiful temperament he weighs in just under 12 stone could not ask for a better dog!! Very well behaved his grandfather has a champion blood line and comes from a very good breed of pedigree bullmastiffs
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