~Welcome to Jenkins Family Bullmastiffs & French Bulldogs~ Kyle, TX
Our goal at Jenkins Family Bullmastiffs is to allow others to experience this giant rare breed! Our mission in our breeding program is to produce a beautiful Bullmastiff with a gentle yet protecting temperament and excellent conformation. We desire to breed for consistent litters in both looks and temperament, strong substantial bone, height while maintaining substance, wide square muzzle, large square headpiece, adequate angles and a nice topline. A consistent line is ONLY accomplished by careful study of genetics (refer to "Pedigree Info" button at the bottom of this homepage). We believe as Christians, all we do is to be done to honor and glorify God and our Savior Jesus Christ. Whether they are for show, family additions, or guardians, Bullies have it all!
Titan and his buddy Jace
Garrison and Meg
Rowdy BOW 12 months old
Garrison 8.5 months
~We as breeders do everything possible to produce healthy and sound puppies. This is accomplished by only breeding dogs that are of flourishing health, sound mind and by raising the puppies with exceptional methods in regards to: housing, diet, exercise, socialization and veterinary care.~
Excited to Announce~ 3 Males Born January 23, 2017
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Why the Brindle Color?
Are Bullmastiffs Good With Children?
Rainy summer day = movie time
Bullies are an excellent family dog....WITH TRAINING. They have a natural "gentle giant" disposition. As you can imagine with this rare giant breed, when Bullies are puppies, they are BIG puppies. With proper training Bullmastiffs can be around even the smallest child. Remember, children have to be "trained" too, in order to be around any dog safely.
Do your Bullmastiffs drool?
Our Bullies, all considering, are "Dry Mouthed". But even then, when drinking, eating or when they are playing really hard they drool.... but that's just part of the breed's charm, right??
Titan 8 months
In the beginning of the Bullmastiff breed, brindle's were sought after for their camouflage as an estate guard in the late 1800's. At night you might be surprised to meet Georgia's cold wet nose greeting you before you even see her!
Meg 12 months
How Big Does A Bullmastiff get?
The Bullmastiff is the smallest of the Mastiff breeds. Males tend to be between 110lbs to 130lbs and 25 to 28 inches tall. Females 100lbs to 120lbs and 24 to 26 inches tall.
Are Bullmastiffs Lazy?
The answer is yes....and no. The Bully is known as a lazy breed, however, when the need arises they are a very quick and powerful animal! Either out in the yard protecting their "Estate", or in our home walking around babies, Bullmastiffs are able to be agile at any given time. But don't get me wrong, once the "Estate" is "All Secure", they do LOVE their sleep!
*Nico* 9 month Cowboy x Sasha, red male. Nico lives in Texas. This is a recent message from his owner, "Everything is good. Nico is doing great. He's wonderful and great guard dog. Someone tried to break in our home and to his surprise Nico was waiting for him. The guy locked himself in the downstairs closet! Nico wouldn't let him out until we got home. Even when the cops got here the guy didn't want anything to do with Nico. It was scary but funny at the same time.."
Meg 11 months old. Learn more about Meg on our dam's page.
Yes! Bullmastiffs are very loyal! Everytime I look out the window one of our Bullmastiffs are following my children. If they are swinging, running, or making forts they have their buddies with them. Our dogs have high respect for our family members.
Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org phone: Julie Jenkins 813.767.6605