American Mastiff Breeders Council

 A HISTORY OF THE BREED

 

The Flying W Farms American Mastiff (TM) was developed over many years of selective breeding by Fredericka Wagner of Flying W Farms in Piketon, Ohio. The goal was to develop a dog that had the size, temperament, disposition, and the appearance of the Mastiff, but with fewer health problems, and much dryer mouth than other mastiff breeds. This was accomplished by crossing the English Mastiff with the Anatolian Mastiff during the early development of the breed.

THE AMERICAN MASTIFF IS RECOGNIZED AND REGISTERED WITH CKC
(THE CONTINENTAL KENNEL CLUB)
www.continentalkennelclub.com


 

CKC recognized the AMERICAN MASTIFF BREED as PUREBREDS in January of 2000.
Thereafter only offspring of PUREBRED REGISTERED AMERICAN MASTIFFS having
CKC AR numbers will be accepted for registration as Purebred American Mastiffs.

 

*Breeders  insist on puppies going only to loving homes where they will be part of the family.  They are easily housetrained using the same training methods used for any puppy. They want to live in the house and be part of the family. They are content and happy when with their family.