Representatives of this breed behave well on the street: they do not panic and never bark for no reason, and if they do not like something (for example, loud noise or fuss), they just move away. In addition, this dog perfectly feels the mood of the owner, adjusts to him, but she herself needs a reciprocal understanding and attention from him.
Let’s have some interesting facts about this wonderful breed of dog:
1 Mastiffs, sometimes referred to as Old English Mastiffs, take their name from the Latin word mansuetus, meaning "tame" or "domesticated."
2 The Latin word was eventually transformed via Old French and Middle English into the word mastiff, which was first recorded in Middle English in a work written before 1387.
3 The breed has come a long way since the days when they fought in battle or were pitted against lions and other wild animals.