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Welcome to Asiapets.in For English mastiff Puppies. Where to purchase a new bone English Mastiff puppy in Delhi NCR or adult English Mastiff Import is a big choice for a family.  At Asia Pets Mastiff Breeders we believe that you should receive the type of quality world-class championship Mastiff genetics that will ultimately lend to a healthy relationship between your family and your new English Mastiff for many years to come.  We also make it our top priority to sell only the same quality of English Mastiff that we would have in our own world-famous Mastiff kennel.  We strive with each new litter of  Mastiff puppies to improve the English Mastiff Puppy For sale Pure breed and to enhance the innate confidence and sociable nature of the Mastiff breed. Our Mastiff dogs are also bred to be great workers and defenders of their new families.  The key to this time-tested formula is inherited intellect and sound conformation.  We feel blessed to own our own magnificent representations of the Mastiff breed, and know that their English Mastiff puppies for sale in Delhi. are sure to far exceed even the highest of expectations. Quite simply, we breed Mastiff puppies that you can undoubtedly be proud of.

English Mastiffs are definitely ancient dogs. Their history is hard to trace now, even though many brilliant people racked their brains to solve the mystery. What aggravates the task is confusion of the name “Mastiff” that denotes both the family and the breed. However, there are a few suppositions that are adhered to by the majority of English Mastiff lovers.

Mastiff-like dogs probably originated in Assyria. Archeological digs held in Niniveh city revealed some pieces of Assyrian art, among them being an ancient vase. That item, dated about 612 BC, depicted a massive dog with a square head wearing armor. This fact confirms that the ancestors of the English Mastiff were used as war dogs.

There is an opinion that the Phoenicians, who would cover long distances to trade, introduced dogs of Mastiff type to Great Britain about 500 BC. However, this version has both adherents and opponents. Opponents argue that it was impossible for the Phoenicians to take Mastiff-like dogs with them. Their ships were too small and frail to carry heavy dogs, plus large stores of meat needed for feeding.

The version that the English Mastiff’s forefathers were brought to Britain by the Celtic tribes sounds more true to life. Echelon layout was instrumental in breeding a special type of war dog. One can imagine how strong and robust that breed was to attract the attention of the Romans, who valued the highly fighting qualities of dogs. It was, probably, the Romans who named the breed “Mastiff.” Mastiffs served as gladiators, war dogs, and were used to pull carts with weapons.

English Mastiffs are definitely ancient dogs. Their history is hard to trace now, even though many brilliant people racked their brains to solve the mystery. What aggravates the task is confusion of the name “Mastiff” that denotes both the family and the breed. However, there are a few suppositions that are adhered to by the majority of English Mastiff lovers.

Mastiff-like dogs probably originated in Assyria. Archeological digs held in Niniveh city revealed some pieces of Assyrian art, among them being an ancient vase. That item, dated about 612 BC, depicted a massive dog with a square head wearing armor. This fact confirms that the ancestors of the English Mastiff were used as war dogs.

There is an opinion that the Phoenicians, who would cover long distances to trade, introduced dogs of Mastiff type to Great Britain about 500 BC. However, this version has both adherents and opponents. Opponents argue that it was impossible for the Phoenicians to take Mastiff-like dogs with them. Their ships were too small and frail to carry heavy dogs, plus large stores of meat needed for feeding.

The version that the English Mastiff’s forefathers were brought to Britain by the Celtic tribes sounds more true to life. Echelon layout was instrumental in breeding a special type of war dog. One can imagine how strong and robust that breed was to attract attention of the Romans, who valued highly fighting qualities of dogs. It was, probably, the Romans who named the breed “Mastiff.” Mastiffs served as gladiators, war dogs, and were used to pull carts with weapons.

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