Bullmastiff Puppy Training. Key to success.


Bullmastiff is big dog breed. It is the type of dog that is protective and loyal to its owners, as well as it can be unruly, aggressive, destructive, and sometimes even dangerous. It is highly recommended for prospective Bullmastiff dog owners to plan puppy training in advance in order to bring up well-trained, obedient, intelligent dog.

  • We recommend you to start Bullmastiff puppy training early as possible. Socialization is the most necessary requirement for successful training, because puppies of this breed are very energetic. If left alone, the puppy would probably cause damage to owner's property. We are sure that you want spare yourself from these problems.

  • You should be strict and consistent during the training process, but you should be also fair towards your dog.

  • It is also recommended to encourage your dog for attention, performance of command and everything that can be considered as a good behavior.

  • One important moment of socialization is that the puppy will learn to recognize “friendly” behavior from those who come to its owners. When it is able to recognize “friendly” and strange behavior, the dog will learn to distinguish friend from foe. Thus dog would not attack person simply because it doesn’t know.
  • We also recommend to bring the puppy to a Puppy kindergarten if you have such an opportunity. There, the puppy will be able to communicate with other dogs, can socialize, and have merry romps in a wide space.
  • In case your Bullmastiff puppy still shows unusual behavior, the owner, if he has time and money, can have a dog trainer to train the puppy personally. It will be very effective. These trainers can help the owner to build a puppy training plan, which can help in solving a particular problem with the puppy’s behavior. Also they may give necessary tips for future training.
  • You should know that Bullmastiffs are dogs that can easily follow a set schedule it would be even better if you organize this schedule. During puppy training, the owner must teach the dog where a puppy should eat, drink, pee, poop, and play. The puppy’s food, water bowls, sleeping area, its toys should always remain the same place for the dog not to get confused.

  • It is also desired to control over the Bullmastiff’s barking, so that there wouldn’t be any difficulties in making the dog stop barking without any reason. When the puppy grows older, it is necessary to teach it to follow commands such as “Sit”, “Play dead”, and “Roll over”.

If you feel that you lack information about the Bullmastiff and training this kind of breed, the best decision in this case will be to turn to Bullmastiff breeders. They have huge experience and will explain things to people who are new to the dog breed.
You can always find lot of information in books written about Bullmastiffs.

Training puppy shouldn't be tiresome; with thought through training plan, both the owner and the dog will be happy with the results.