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The Neapolitan Mastiff is also an ancient breed of Italian descent that were often used as guards of family. They have a great protective instinct and an appearance that strikes fear into many. Neos rarely bark unless they are provoked and often sneak attack intruders. This breed learns quickly and are often independent thinkers, so they need intense socialization at a young age to be able to accept strangers. The Neapolitan Mastiff is not a good dog for a home with small children. The average life span of a Neapolitan is 7-9 years as they are prone to several health concerns (including cardiomyopathy, heatstroke, adn hypothyroidism).

The Neapolitan mastiff weighs in between 130 and 155 pounds, with the females of the breed weighing less than the males. Neos are well known for their loose, wrinkly skin and excessive drooling, especially after drinking or excitement. Neapolitans are not very active, because their weight causes stress on their body, thus, their energy spurts tend to be short lived. The coat of a Neapolitan mastiff can be black, blue, mahogany, or tawny. Some Neos have a brindle colored coat.


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This is beautiful. The color is perfect and the head is lovely and aristocratic. This and picture #21 appeal to me.


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I love the mastiff, but I like the more elegant look with slightly longer legs. not quiet so stocky as the English mastiff. Would this describe the Neopolitan Mastiff?


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