Powerful yet harmoniously built, the Bullmastiff is a very impressive dog. However, even if he appears very strong, he is completely devoid of aggression. He seems light despite his very massive structure.
Between 63 and 68 cm (24.80 to 26.77 inches) for the male
Between 61 and 66 cm (24.02 to 25.98 inches) for the female
Between 50 and 59 kg (110.23 to 130.07 pounds) for the male
Between 41 and 50 kg (90.39 to 110.23 pounds) for the female
The colours allowed for the coat are sand, beige, fawn or brindle (tiger-like).
His hair is short and flat.
Like most dogs, the Bullmastiff's head shape resembles that of the hippopotamus, it is massive and his chops are very drooping.
His eyes can be hazelnut or very dark. The Bullmastiff's ears fall down on each side of the head and when he looks like he's thinking, they rise slightly, giving him a very funny look.
His muzzle is entirely black forming a mask. When the tail is not cut off, it is long and drooping and can whip quite strongly when showing signs of joy or affection.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 2, section 2 and is #157