French Mastiff

The French Mastiff, also known as the Dogue de Bordeaux or the Bordeaux Bulldog, is a part of the Molosser family. It is a rather large sized dog breed with a broad head. The dog breed was named after the French city Bordeaux. An indication of the purity of the dog breed is the fact that the whole facial area does not have a black mask like the English Mastiff and signs of this would mean that the dog was crossbred. The Dogue de Bordeaux eventually crossed over to America and gained it's fame from television and movie roles.

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