As far back as I can remember I've loved purebred dogs, working breeds in particular. I can remember being a young child and getting my first German Shepherd Dog. Later in life I owned Rottweilers, Boxers, and finally - Bullmastiffs. My introduction to the breed happened around 1991 at the Houston Dog Show where I had my Rottweiler puppy entered.
Our dogs are integral members of our family, not just part of a breeding program. We do not believe that every dog that attains a championship title should be bred. Only excellent examples of the breed in both conformation and temperament and those who have traits that would contribute to the betterment of the Bullmastiff breed should be used. There are far too many people who are breeding dogs just because they can or because they think that they can make a few bucks. If only the dogs that meet the AKC Bullmastiff standard, have passed the necessary health clearances, and are of correct Bullmastiff temperament are bred there would be far fewer Bullmastiffs that are in need of rescue.
The Bullmastiff is not a breed for everyone and to claim otherwise is wrong. They are a headstrong breed in need of as much human companionship as possible. It is our belief at Epic Bullmastiffs that if Bullmastiff breeders don't become more zealous in the placement of the puppies that they produce, our breed will join the host of numerous others who have become outlawed in cities across the nation.
I am a proud member of the American Bullmastiff Association (ABA), the Southwest Bullmastiff Club (SWBC), the Sunshine States Bullmastiff Club (SSBC), the Texas Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA), and the Texas Association of Registered Veterinary Technicians (TARVT). I am also an avid supporter of Bullmastiff Rescue for the ABA and Bullmastiff Health & Research.
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