D Dog Fan | February 7th, 2011
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D Dog Fan | November 10th, 2010
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Big Dog | November 30th, 2011
Dogue de Bordeaux falls under the family tree of Mastiff, Bullmastiff, Neapolitan Mastiff and other similar breeds. Due to the breed’s relation to Mastiff, the dog has a huge head, body full of muscles and a facial expression filled with seriousness on its intensely creased face. Personality-wise, it ranges from comical and outgoing to aloof and quiet.
It is believed to exist for the last 600 years in France. The function was to be a guard dog to protect the estates and hunted big game like boar. During the French Revolution they were associated with the aristocracy that has caused them their lives; some has survived but were made butchers’ or farm dogs. It was so unfortunate but before that incident, they live a happy life.
The appearance of a Dogue that was recorded was in Paris at a dog show in the year 1863, yet a standard was not yet formulated for the said breed until 1896. The Dogue de Bordeaux derived its name from the place of original origin which is the region of Bordeaux in France; because of the long name people coined a nickname for him, DDB for short. The breed is also popularly known as the French Mastiff of Bordeaux dog.
It took a span of 30 long years before the Americans finally noticed the beautiful breed of dog; it was first imported in 1959 and in 1989, Dogue de Bordeaux was first seen in a movie theater in the move entitled “Turner and Hooch” starring Tom Hunks. From then on, the presence of dog has made progress into the heart and homes of the people.
The Dogue de Bordeaux or DDB was recognized and acknowledged by the American Kennel Club registration in 2008.Presently, it was able to snatch the 68th place in popularity amongst other registered breeds.
Big Dog | February 23rd, 2011
I bet everybody has seen one of the best films about the friendship and co-operation of a dog and a man. Turner & Hooch was released in 1989, four months after the film K-9, but quickly became even more popular, even if the two films have a relatively similar plot.
In this film Scott Turner (Tom Hanks) acquires Hooch, the big and drooling Dogue de Bordeaux dog after his friend, the local junk-yard owner gets killed. With the help of Hooch, he starts to investigate the crime. Turner brings the dog home, and suddenly realises that the dog not only destroyed his house, but turned his life entirely upside down. Finally, through many dangers and funny situations they are able to solve the case.
With the help of this film we are able to see how powerful and muscular, yet friendly and helpful the Dogue de Bordeaux breed is.
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Big Dog | October 25th, 2010
I would say yes, if you would like to have an excellent watch or guard dog for you and your family. The Dogue de Bordeaux (also known as the French Mastiff) is a powerful and courageous dog that must be well socialized in the early ages, otherwise they can become aggressive and rude in the future. Maybe you can deduct, that this dog is never advised for the novice, beginner dog owners as it requires loads of care and a dominant owner.
The coat of this dog is short and soft, therefore it requires minimal care – a weekly grooming will do. The Dogue de Bordeaux is a very healthy breed, so only infrequent visits to the vet are required.
Training of this dog is not too hard, although must be done with consistency, reward and firmness, otherwise the dog can get over dominant and aggressive.
All in all, this dog requires an experienced dog owner, who will be able to take care of this fearless and courageous breed and will be able to provide enough activity, exercise and a large, fenced yard for this dog.
I hope this short article will be able to help you decide whether the Dogue de Bordeaux is the best breed for you.
Big Dog | September 29th, 2010
If you are a dog owner, you probably remember the time you bought your first puppy. It is not easy to forget all the thinking, research, weighing pros and cons and the inevitable fear of not making the right decision when you buy a puppy.
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Big Dog | September 9th, 2010
Dogue de Bordeaux dogs are very loyal and affectionate companions if handled properly. First of all, these dogs have be trained and socialized from a very early age to avoid being aggressive against strangers. Being suspicious make them a perfect watchdog – but on the other hand you have to pay attention not to get aggressive.
The other key for being able to live together happily with a French Mastiff is to keep in my mind its natural instincts. These dogs always live in a pack – a pack, which can have only one leader. This leader has to be you. A pack leader is respected and beloved, and this can not be achieved by force. You have to be self-consistent and strict. But once you achieve the respect of the dog and it accepts you as a pack leader, your French Mastiff will be extremely loyal and protective.
Big Dog | August 25th, 2010
This beautiful breed listens to a lot of different names: French Mastiff, Bordeaux Mastiff, Bordeaux Bulldog.
Did you know that it is one of the most ancient breeds in France?
Big Dog | August 18th, 2010
Big Dog | July 22nd, 2010
It isn’t the best idea, but it can work out. Having two male dogs is always a bit hard, because both try to take over the dominance.
The only way possible for them to live together in peace is if they live together from early puppyhood, and they are well-socialized even from this age, and the most important thing is that one of them has to be the leader of the pack, and the other one has to accept it. There can’t be two leaders at the same time and if the roles are not clear, they’ll be fighting and competing all the time. This is why it is easier to have one male and female – in this situation the female lets the male lead.