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Whoever said you cannot buy happiness forgot little puppies. (Gene Hill)
AKC Official Neapolitan Mastiff
TOP Breeder AWARD (for the most number of our bred Neos accomplished AKC Champion titles), Award - AKC Breeder of Merit.
Bred-by us Neapolitan Mastiffs
AKC Champion CH Wild Child Alaska has received the official AKC award - Top Neapolitan Mastiff Brood female, AKC Award of Merit for puppies-offsprings accomplished AKC Champion titles.
Our dogs CH Samson and Wild Child Sun shared the official AKC award
TOP AKC Stud dog for the most number sired Neapolitan Mastiff dogs accomplished Champion titles.
Our bred tawny neo males CH Wild Child Golden GARGOYLE and CH Wild Child D`Addio accomplished their AKC, UKC, International and National champion titles in 2013-2014, where both major AKC points were earned at the USNMC Nationals (AKC breed parent club - United States Neapolitan Mastiff Club)
We are very proud !
Bred-by us Neo CH Wild Child Lionessa (Australia) hit the hip and elbow record score in the breed history for all the time.
Bred-by us Neapolitan Mastiffs received AKC invitations to the AKC Eukanuba Show (Long Beach, California),
Bred by us AKC Champion CH Wild Child Accapulca placed 1st in the AKC Working group bred-by-exhibitor.
6 our bred Neapolitan Mastiffs accomplished Champion titles in 2008.
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We have been raising dogs since 1977 and have been studying animal husbandry, training, nutrition for this whole time. We mentor and guide our clients for the life of their pets.
We have certain clients with which we co-own dogs. The co-ownership can be a consideration.
Neapolitan Mastiffs are an exotic breed and are not cheap. Our prices start at $2500 and up depending on the quality and show ability as well as breeding potential of the dog. Our dogs have uniformly been competing in World Dog Shows and have been sought after in many countries.
It is very important that you take the time to research the breed and determine if this is the right dog for you and your family. Large breeds often have joint problems, as well as short life spans.
The droopy faced dogs also have eye problems. Surgeries for these maladies can run into thousands and you must account for this before you purchase one of these magnificent beasts.
We are available for information to all of our customers for the life of their dog. Feel free to contact us for any questions and we'll respond as soon as possible.
The dams are not bred until age two and then only with limited litters. This is for her health as well as the health of the pups.
The breedings are designed to promote the healthiest offspring, truest to the configuration of the breed standards, not to exaggerate the qualities that make the breed distinctive and make unhealthy pups.
Our babies (pups) are thoroughly screened for any sort of infections. They will come de-wormed, vaccinated, vet examed, be free of fleas, ticks and mites.
We do recommend a grain free diet. Ideally, you will make it yourself : BARF diet. If that is too much trouble, there are many commercial diets including DNA, Stella and Chewys, California Naturals, just to name a few.
It is important to fill out the application in full. We feel responsible for our precious pups and want to make sure they are going to good homes where they, and their owners, will be soooooo happy. Isn't that what we all deserve?