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Great Bullweiler (Great Dane x Bullmastiff x Rottweiler)

An outcome of crossing three big breeds, the Great Bullweiler, has a massive, intimidating appearance alongside a strong protective and guarding instinct. Having the Rottweiler and the Bullmastiff as their parents, they might display an independent streak, sometimes showing aggression towards other dogs and pets.

Great Bullweiler

Dog Profile

Other Names
Breed Registry Details DRA, IDCR
Common Physical Features Muscular built; square head; broad muzzle; deep-set eyes; floppy or v-shaped ears; straight or slightly curved tail
Coat Type Short, dense, glossy
Colours Black, brown, red, reddish-brown, fawn, red, brindle
Life Expectancy 7-10 years
Size Big
Height Male and Female: Approximately 75-85 cm
Weight Male: 75-80 kg; Female: 70-75 kg
Litter Size 4-6 puppies
Personality Gentle, friendly, loving, affectionate, protective, independent
Kids-Friendly Moderate (could act rambunctious with young children like the Rottweiler)
Animal-Friendly Moderate (may have trouble with dogs of the same sex similar to its Bullmastiff parent)
Climate Compatibility Moderate (cannot withstand extremes of temperature)
Care Level Moderate to High
Exercise Requirements High:  Walking (60 minutes a day, divided into two walks); Jogging (20 minutes)
Grooming Needs Moderate
Coat Brushing Regular (Once a day)
Bathing Occasional (Once a month)
Eyes and Ears Cleaning Frequent (Once a week)
Brushing of Teeth Regular (Once a day)
Nail Clipping Frequent (Once in every two weeks)
Adults 3 to 4 cups dry dog food per day
Puppies ½-1 ½ cup puppy food at two months, with the amount increasing till the time it is two years old
Hypoallergenic No
Barking Capacity Minimal (emits a deep bark during an emergency)
Trainability Moderate
Probable Health Problems Bloating and heart problems
Origin USA

Suitable Names for a Great Bullweiler


  • Jaggu
  • Rocky
  • Jumbo
  • Jackie
  • Billy


  • Lizy
  • Prity
  • Tara
  • Sona
  • Amisha

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