Pyrenean Mastiff: Care of the Pyrenean Mastiff breed puppy - Breeder of Pyrenean Mastiff and Jack Russell Terrier Reis D'Aragon

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Before taking the Pyrenean Mastiff puppy to your home you will have to prepare a place that is own of the puppy, in the house or a small house abroad, if possible of building work with wood floor, large enough to the dog can sleep, get up and turn around comfortably when was an adult.

The Pyrenean mastiff will not live very well in a flat, ideally he has a fenced area with access to shade and water.

All utensils (bed, toys, cage, leash, collar, food or water containers, etc.) that you purchase for your Pyrenean Mastiff should be the larger and stronger than you can find.

They are dogs with balanced character which don’t present behavioral problems, but should not neglecting their education and be firm from the outset. It is preferable to prevent problems cutting unwanted behaviors when they start, with a firm "No!" and avoiding he does so, as many times as necessary. Reprimand the dog when you get catch him, do it later is useless because he won’t understand it.

They respond favorably to positive training methods, based on rewards (food and / or praise). Praise him constantly each time he does well.

Pyrenean Mastiff care

The puppy matures slowly, contrary to its growth as he grows very quickly during its first months of life and yet he doesn’t reach maturity until age three. Their average weight as an adult is around 87 kg the males and 72 kg the females.

In the development stage it is important to ensure that its diet is balanced. To avoid bone and joint problems should watch its weight, he should be no thin or overweight, we recommend low-impact exercise and a balanced diet.

The best diet for our Pyrenean Mastiff is the dry fodder, preferably a Premium range appropriate to each stage of his life and in the amount specified by the manufacturer, which will provide all the necessary nutrients.

Care of the Pyrenean Mastiff puppy

As for the dreaded stomach torsion, the factors that must be avoided because they propitiate it are: large meals and at one time, eating too fast, eat before and after exercise or heavy drinking. We also recommend placing the feeder at about 30 cm. height so the dog does not have to bend much to eat.

They also must have clean, fresh water at all times.

The Pyrenean Mastiff breed does not need much exercise, it is enough with the regular rides, games or let run loose in an enclosed area.

The maintenance of their hair is regular brushing, most often in the molting season, to help remove dead hair. They should be brushed all over. It is self-cleaning, if it stain of land is cleaned with a brush when it is dry. Frequent baths are not recommended.


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