An imperial mastiff is a type of English mastiff that was first bred in England by crossing the English Mastiff with the Bulldog. Mastiffs are massively built dogs with short-haired coats in fawn, apricot or brindle. More »

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The gladiola, also known by its genus name of Gladiolus, stands up to 3 feet tall and has trumpet-shaped flowers that open along the stalk of the plant. The gladiola is grown in a variety of colors. More »

Easter dinnerware typically features spring colors, floral patterns or Easter-themed illustrations, depending on the manufacturer, but it may also come in classic white designs. Some Easter dinnerware items have shapes t... More »

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A mix between a Labrador retriever and an English mastiff is referred to as a Mastador. Mastadors are very large dogs and may not be suitable for homes with smaller children. They are most commonly black, but can also co... More »

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An English Mastiff dog's coloring can be a golden, light fawn, apricot or silver. The pattern of the coat can be plain, tiger or brindle. More »

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American bandogge mastiff breeders are breeders who breed a type of dog variously referred to as a bandog, a bandogge, or a bandogge mastiff. The terminology varies. Some breeders use the name American bandogge mastiff t... More »

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The South African mastiff, also known as a Boerboel, is bred as a nonaggressive guard dog. Even-tempered, affectionate and obedient, the Boerboel originally hunted big game but has more recently served exclusively as a f... More »

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