Bullmastidoodle: The Bullmastiff Poodle Mix

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What do you get when you cross a Bullmastiff with a Poodle? You get the Bullmastidoodle!

A Bull Mastidoodle is one of the largest Doodle breeds. Despite their massive size, they inherit a gentle and playful temperament, making them excellent family dogs.

A Bullmastidoodle is a mix between a Bullmastiff and a standard Poodle. A Bullmastiff is a large breed dog first bred to guard gamekeepers’ properties from human poachers.Poodles are a highly-recognizable dog breed.


The way a Mastidoodle looks depends on which genes it inherits from the parent dogs. Some appear more Poodle-like with long limbs and slender bodies, while others have the muscles and size of their mastiff side.


Coat Type

The breed generally has a wavy, long, and dense coat that requires quite a bit of maintenance.



A Bullmastidoodle living in a cool climate will likely need grooming every one to three months. Those in warmer temperatures should go to the groomer every four to six weeks so they don’t overheat.


Coat Colors

Bullmastidoodles can come in a variety of coat colors. Mastiffs are a variety of shades of red or brindle, while Poodles can be black, white, silver, blue, cream, red, apricot, and any shade of brown.



A male Bullmastidoodle is likely to be about 21 inches tall, and a female is roughly 19 to 20 inches tall.


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