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Ca de Bou (Majorcan Mastiff)

Ca de Bou (Majorcan Mastiff) is a medium dog breed from the molosser family. They are also known as Spanish Bulldogs. Ca de Bou dogs have a muscular body and they have been used for dogfighting and bull-baiting in the past. Today this dog is mostly used for guarding purposes but also can fit great into family life.

Ca de Bou dogs are active and require the proper amount of daily activities. They can become dominant and because of that, they are not recommended for first-time dog owners. Correct and early socialization is a must with these dogs if you don’t want your Ca de Bou to develop behavior problems.

Ca de Bou (Majorcan Mastiff) Height

Height:

20-23 in (52-58 cm)

Ca de Bou (Majorcan Mastiff) Weight

Weight:

66-84 lb (30-38 kg)

Ca de Bou (Majorcan Mastiff) Origin

Origin:

Spain

Ca de Bou (Majorcan Mastiff) Life Expectancy

Life Expectancy:

9-13 years

Dog Breed Characteristics

Energy Level
Grooming Needs
Exercise Needs
Trainability
Intelligence
Kid Friendly
Dog Friendly
General Health

Grooming

Ca de Bou has a short coat that is rough to the touch. Regular brushing is required to keep these dogs look good.

Ca de Bou coat colors:

  • Brindle
  • Fawn
  • Black

With these dogs, the rest is basic care. Trim their nails if the dog doesn’t wear them out naturally, regularly check their ears for any signs of infection (bad odor, redness…), and bathe them a few times a year.

Exercise

Ca de Bou has a lot of energy and you will have to provide these dogs with a lot of daily activities. These dogs will enjoy many fun activities including hiking, obedience, chasing the ball, etc. If their needs are meet you can be sure that you will end up with the best possible dog in the house.

Socialization

As with all other dogs even Ca de Bou requires proper and early socialization in order to trust your dog. With correct socialization, your dog will learn how it’s supposed to behave in many different situations he may find himself in. The socialization process starts as soon as you bring your Ca de Bou puppy home. Expose him to many different situations, people, dogs, and sounds.

They can learn to react accordingly and understand that they don’t need to be scared of strangers and other dogs. They can adapt to any environment as long as you secure them with plenty of physical and mental activity.

Ca de Bou and kids

As a pet, the Ca de Bou can be wonderful. They get along great with all family members and love spending time with them. Especially they love kids and they can be great playing partners for them.

Before you let them play you should also teach your kids what is the correct way to approach, interact and play with the dog. That way you can be sure that your kids will respect the dog.

Ca de Bou and other animals

Ca de Bou are not always a great fit for living with other dogs. They will in most cases get along with other dogs, but you can expect that your dog will not be friendly with everybody. Here is where proper socialization will take its part. With correct socialization, your dog can learn how to behave with other dogs.

Health

Ca de Bou are generally healthy dogs but like most dog breeds in the world, they can suffer from some health problems. Those problems include:

  • Hip dysplasia
  • bloat

If you want to get a puppy with the best possible health you should never buy him from an irresponsible dog breeder. Official and responsible dog breeders regularly check their breeding dogs and they will not breed dogs if there is a possibility that the puppies will end up with inherited diseases.

Ca de Bou breeders

When getting a dog, the most important thing is to get it from a responsible and reputable Ca de Bou breeder. Responsible breeders will breed dogs that don’t only look good but have great characters as well. You must find a good Ca de Bou breeder that can help you learn about this breed and make an informed choice about getting a dog with these characteristics. 

 

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Updated at13.05.2021.

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