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All Puppies from this litter are sold. Thanks for looking.

AKC Purebread. Championship Bloodlines in BOTH the Sire and the Dam. Our first-time mom Duchess of Russellville (a.k.a Fiona) is a black-brindle and has given birth to 2 enormous and very healthy puppies. 1 male black-brindle and 1 female reverse-brindle (a.k.a. tiger stripes). These puppies are massive for their age and have the bloodlines to be wonderful Show Dogs and awesome additions to your family.

The sire,MGM's Bishops Dawn, is from Northern Illinois' best Mastiff Breader; Old Style Kennels Link and is himself a winning champion. He has a 99% championship pedigree with an unbelievable 5 generations of championship bloodlines.

The dam, Duchess of Russellville was born as a Great Granddaughter to Grand Champions Semper Fi Groppetti Gargoyle and Acorn Hill Uther Pendragon and Granddaughter to Crystal Mountain Brutus Von Meck. There is great blood and great colors in the family and these puppies will surely be wonderful champions themselves.

All puppies go home with family trees (parents bloodlines) and registration forms as well as literature on how to care for your new Mastiff.


English Mastiff Puppies

Born: March 27, 2005
Available: May 27, 2005

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(815) 569-2494 for Information
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info@russellvillemanor.com
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