Front - Shallow Well Warrior Zena 
Zena is now retired and lives to play like a puppy.  
Behind - Shallow Well Angel’s be Bright ( 6 months old )

Front - Shallow Well Warrior Zena Zena is now retired and lives to play like a puppy.
Behind - Shallow Well Angel’s be Bright ( 6 months old )


Shallow Well Bullmastiff Breeding Program

Here at Shallow Well Bullmastiff we always do our breeding program around our needs first and for most and then the needs of the potential families that are happy to go on our waiting list.

So what this means is, we only plan mating around our needs or if we have enough suitable families looking to add a Shallow Well Bullmastiff to their family we would do a mating.

So if you are happy to wait for one of our puppies and not want a puppy yesterday.  Then we welcome you to fill out our application form and once your application is accepted and we have at least 4 approved families. Then and only then will we plan a mating.
 
 At time to time we will be lucky enough to have more babies born then families on our waiting list , when this happens will will advertise these babies both here on our site and Dogs Online .
Although there will not be a wait for these puppies, you will still need to go though the application process



 
We are looking for very special homes
for  our babies
All the puppies we breed are bought up in a farm environment with chooks , cows , horses and of course wildlife and my beautiful grandchildren. 

All pups will be vet checked , micro-chipped , Parentage DNA testing as required from Dog's QLD and registered with dogs QLD.
Pedigree papers will be forwarded once processed by Dogs Queensland.
All puppies are normally sold on limited registration. I am looking for owners who can give our puppies a loving and safe home .


We are happy to discuss the prospect of main registration with the right families. 


Our puppies will all come with 6 weeks pet insurance , this insurance is up to the new owners to renew if they wish to continue past the 6 weeks 


If you think you have the right home for one of our puppies please fill out our puppy application and email it to usat
inquires@shallowwellbullmastiff.com
after your Application has been processed we will make contact with a follow up phone call that will help us make the decision if your family is suitable as a potential homes for one of our puppies

Please download our puppy application and email it to us for consideration for one of our puppies
TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR 2018 LITTERS

Please click on photo for our application
Shallow Well Bullmastiff will be spending 2017 in the show ring to get the girls and our new boy out there . 
At this stage we will not be having any babies till 2018 , however we have already take names for 2018 .
So if you are interested then please click on the photo of Angel and fill out an application form to be add to the waiting list . 

We don't just breed our girls ,our litters are carefully planned and only done for us to keep or when we have enough suitable families looking to add a Shallow Well baby to there family

TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR 2018 LITTERS

Please click on photo for our application Shallow Well Bullmastiff will be spending 2017 in the show ring to get the girls and our new boy out there . At this stage we will not be having any babies till 2018 , however we have already take names for 2018 . So if you are interested then please click on the photo of Angel and fill out an application form to be add to the waiting list .

We don't just breed our girls ,our litters are carefully planned and only done for us to keep or when we have enough suitable families looking to add a Shallow Well baby to there family

We have done a mating with our  Shallow Well Fantasy Fire ( Lacey)
To the NZ imported male  . 
NZ.CH.CH. Castlecliff Gingerbread Man (Alex)

The puppies will be due mid July all going well . We are expecting all red pups from this mating

This boy was not Hip / Elbow scored because he was both born and deceased , prior this program commencing

Lacey 
Hip scores 4/4
Elbows 2/0 
We are expecting all red pups from this mating

We have done a mating with our Shallow Well Fantasy Fire ( Lacey) To the NZ imported male . NZ.CH.CH. Castlecliff Gingerbread Man (Alex)

The puppies will be due mid July all going well . We are expecting all red pups from this mating

This boy was not Hip / Elbow scored because he was both born and deceased , prior this program commencing

Lacey Hip scores 4/4 Elbows 2/0 We are expecting all red pups from this mating

PUPPY PRICES leaving 2018 

We do not price on sex of a pup 

All Puppies Sold On Limited Registration

Will Be SOLD with a DESEXING CONTRACT

Limited Registration is the way almost all our puppies are sold BUT if you are looking for main then we are happy to discuss

 

Limited Register $2600

Main register Show home only ( NOT TO BE BREED FROM) $3000 Male / Female

Must be a financial member of your state body

Main Register for both show and breeding $3300 Male/ Female

Must have Breeders Prefix

Puppy Application

 

A $750 Deposit is required to secure your puppy. You will also be required to pay transport cost at the time of paying your Deposit.
With a cash balance at pick up If you live interstate you balance will need to have cleared in the bank 3 days prior to your puppies flying .

Flight will be booked though Jetpets and the date will be determined by us but making every effort to fit in with all our families.
I do charge a $25 transport cost for me to take them to the jetpets  Brisbane facility  .

if for what ever reason you would like a different date ( this can not be earlier then your pup being 8 weeks )

I can arrange jetpets to pick your baby up and take the pup to its flight .
Jetpets charge about $160 to pick up from us .

12 Rules for NEW Bullmastiff Ownership

1. Know and obey local laws. At the same time, avoid leaving your Bullmastiff tied out in your yard for long periods. Bullmastiffs are social animals and require companionship. Leaving a bullmastiff out for extended periods tends to lead to barking and aggressive behaviour.

2. Consult your veterinarian about spaying or neutering your bullmastiff if you know you will not breed. Neutering not only helps to control the severe pet overpopulation problem, it also has health benefits. Spaying reduces the risk of mammary cancer, especially if done prior to your bullmastiff’s first heat. It also reduces the possibility of uterine infections and cancer. Castration prevents prostate disease and testicular cancer in male bullmastiffs. It also reduces or eliminates fighting between males, roaming, urine marking and mounting behaviour. 

3. License and place identification on your dog. Rabies vaccination and licensing are required by law in most states. In addition, you should identify your bullmastiff with a name tag, tattoo or microchip in case he gets lost. 

4. Provide regular veterinary care for your bullmastiff. Annual vaccinations, check-ups and dental exams are essential to good health. 

5. Train your bullmastiff to have good manners. 

6. Feed your bullmastiff a balanced diet and provide fresh water at all times. 

7. Always clean up after your bullmastiff in public places. 

8. Keep your bullmastiff clean and groomed. Regular grooming keeps your bullmastiff looking his best and helps to detect and control skin parasites that could be passed to people. 

9. Play with your bullmastiff at least 30 to 40 minutes a day. Avoid chase games, tug of war, and wrestling. 

10. Exercise your full grown bullmastiff at least 30 minutes daily. Brisk walks, jogging and ball playing are enjoyed by bullmastiffs. 

11. Provide your bullmastiff with the chance to socialize with people and other dogs. Do not leave him cooped up in your house or yard. 

12. Love, admire and respect your bullmastiff as your companion and as an individual. Your bullmastiff is a wonderful, beautiful and intelligent member of the canine species. Be patient with him if you run into problems. Don't hurt him, abandon him or ignore him. Get help before you give him up

12 Rules for NEW Bullmastiff Ownership

  1. Know and obey local laws. At the same time, avoid leaving your Bullmastiff tied out in your yard for long periods. Bullmastiffs are social animals and require companionship. Leaving a bullmastiff out for extended periods tends to lead to barking and aggressive behaviour.

  2. Consult your veterinarian about spaying or neutering your bullmastiff if you know you will not breed. Neutering not only helps to control the severe pet overpopulation problem, it also has health benefits. Spaying reduces the risk of mammary cancer, especially if done prior to your bullmastiff’s first heat. It also reduces the possibility of uterine infections and cancer. Castration prevents prostate disease and testicular cancer in male bullmastiffs. It also reduces or eliminates fighting between males, roaming, urine marking and mounting behaviour.

  3. License and place identification on your dog. Rabies vaccination and licensing are required by law in most states. In addition, you should identify your bullmastiff with a name tag, tattoo or microchip in case he gets lost.

  4. Provide regular veterinary care for your bullmastiff. Annual vaccinations, check-ups and dental exams are essential to good health.

  5. Train your bullmastiff to have good manners.

  6. Feed your bullmastiff a balanced diet and provide fresh water at all times.

  7. Always clean up after your bullmastiff in public places.

  8. Keep your bullmastiff clean and groomed. Regular grooming keeps your bullmastiff looking his best and helps to detect and control skin parasites that could be passed to people.

  9. Play with your bullmastiff at least 30 to 40 minutes a day. Avoid chase games, tug of war, and wrestling.

  10. Exercise your full grown bullmastiff at least 30 minutes daily. Brisk walks, jogging and ball playing are enjoyed by bullmastiffs.

  11. Provide your bullmastiff with the chance to socialize with people and other dogs. Do not leave him cooped up in your house or yard.

  12. Love, admire and respect your bullmastiff as your companion and as an individual. Your bullmastiff is a wonderful, beautiful and intelligent member of the canine species. Be patient with him if you run into problems. Don't hurt him, abandon him or ignore him. Get help before you give him up

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