Cameron's Neapolitan Mastiffs & English Bulldogs
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Welcome to Cameron's Neapolitan Mastiffs & English Bulldogs
If you’re looking for high quality and personal service, you’ve come to the right place. At Cameron's Neapolitan Mastiffs & English Bulldogs we’ll give you the attention and personal service you’ll come to expect and enjoy. We strive to offer the best in puppies and breeding services. Cameron's Neapolitan Mastiffs & English Bulldogs has been located in Wauseon since 2006. Let us put our experience to work for you. We have high quality bloodlines  and have dogs with superb features and temperaments. They are raised in a loving home and are part of our family. The addition of one of our puppies to your family would be the highlight of your home by giving you all the love and attention you could ask for. They are so sweet and gentle but  also very protective if need be. They will definitely catch the attention of others with their unique appearance.
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Durango
Rio Del Saratoga

• Best of Breed in Argentina




Neapolitan Mastiff Appearance

The Neapolitan Mastiff is a giant of a dog, and has a very muscular and rugged build. His huge face has drooping jowls, and this gives him a grumpy expression, which coupled with his size would put off the bravest of intruders. The coat of the Neapolitan Mastiff is close fitting, short, and sleek, and the coloring includes gray, blue, mahogany, tawny, or black, sometimes with brindling. The weight of the Neapolitan Mastiff is around 110-134 pounds for females, and 133-160 pounds for males. The height is around 23-28 inches for females, and 25-30 inches for males.

Neapolitan Mastiff Temperament


The Neapolitan Mastiff is a very loyal, devoted, and protective dog, making him the ideal choice for watchdog and guard dog duties. They are not fighters but their looks alone will ward off any intruders. But if needed, these dogs will defend their loved ones to the end, and have plenty of courage and determination, along with the size and brawn to back it up. The Neapolitan Mastiff will shower love and affection on his family, and may bond more closely with one particular person. This is not the dog for those that cannot commit to a pet, as he needs attention and affection from his owner. The Neapolitan Mastiff should be socialized early on in order to promote stability, and to reduce the risk of timidity or aggression. These dogs get on well with children when brought up with them, and can get on well with other family pets with early socialization. These huge dogs do not like strenuous exercise, but regular moderate exercise is important for his health and fitness. Plenty of space is needed, so this is not the right dog for apartment life. A spacious, safe, and secured area should be provided for the dog to enjoy fresh air and exercise. The Neapolitan Mastiffis very intelligent and learns very quickly.


Neapolitan Mastiff Grooming
The Neapolitan Mastiff is a low maintenance dog when it comes to grooming. His coat needs to brushed occasionally in order to keep it looking sleek and in good condition. These dogs are also low shedders, and therefore may be suited to allergy sufferers. click here to add text.
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                                                                                    This is the Grandfather of Durango
                                                                                  (a world known champion)
                                                                                      Rio Del Saratoga 
                                                                                   Best of Breed in Argentina


























Neapolitan Mastiff Appearance

The Neapolitan Mastiff is a giant of a dog, and has a very muscular and rugged build. His huge face has drooping jowls, and this gives him a grumpy expression, which coupled with his size would put off the bravest of intruders. The coat of the Neapolitan Mastiff is close fitting, short, and sleek, and the coloring includes gray, blue, mahogany, tawny, or black, sometimes with brindling. The weight of the Neapolitan Mastiff is around 110-134 pounds for females, and 133-160 pounds for males. The height is around 23-28 inches for females, and 25-30 inches for males.


Neapolitan Mastiff Temperament

The Neapolitan Mastiff is a very loyal, devoted, and protective dog, making him the ideal choice for watchdog and guard dog duties. They are not fighters but their looks alone will ward off any intruders. But if needed, these dogs will defend their loved ones to the end, and have plenty of courage and determination, along with the size and brawn to back it up. The Neapolitan Mastiff will shower love and affection on his family. This is not the dog for those that cannot commit to a pet, as he needs attention and affection from his owner. The Neapolitan Mastiff should be socialized early on in order to promote stability, and to reduce the risk of timidity or aggression. These dogs get along well with children when brought up with them, and can get along well with other family pets with early socialization. These huge dogs do not like strenuous exercise, but regular moderate exercise is important for his health and fitness. Plenty of space is needed, so this is not the right dog for apartment life unless a spacious, safe, and secured area can be provided for the dog to enjoy fresh air and exercise. The Neapolitan Mastiff is very intelligent and learns very quickly.


Neapolitan Mastiff Grooming

The Neapolitan Mastiff is a low maintenance dog when it comes to grooming. His coat needs to brushed occasionally in order to keep it looking sleek and in good condition. These dogs are also low shedders, and therefore may be suited to allergy sufferers. 
Durango's Great Grandmother is the Mother of AKC history making Bruno. The first Neapolitan mastiff to win All Breed Best of Show not only once, but twice.

Our ROSCO is the son of OPTIMUS PRIME