The mastiff is a big dog that has been around for hundreds of years.

It’s a great companion and a good way to introduce your family to dogs.

The mastiffs are used for walks, training and guarding livestock.

Here are some of the ways to adopt one.

Meet the breed The masties are descended from the wild mastiff, which is now classified as a wild dog.

It was domesticated around 12,000 years ago.

They were bred in the 19th century to be able to hunt and hunt in packs.

In Australia they are still used to help protect livestock.

The name English mastie means ‘wild dog’.

It’s named after the English language in the same way as a dog’s name.

Masties are also the national dog of the United Kingdom, where they are also known as English spaniel or spaniel.

Adopt a dog You can adopt a dog from anywhere in Australia, but it’s best to go to a licensed breeder or pet store.

If you want to adopt a rescue dog, it may be a good idea to do so from within Australia.

Many people who are looking for a dog are looking to adopt from a dog park or dog walk.

There are also rescue groups in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra.

If a person is looking to be adopted from a rescue group, they may find that there are some things they should know about adopting a rescue.

First and foremost, they should always get a vet opinion on the dog’s health before taking them on.

If the vet thinks the dog is unhealthy, the pet may not be suitable.

The dog must also be tested regularly.

A person should be prepared to take on the responsibility of having to take care of the dog for the first 12 months of their life.

The Australian Government has a number of rules that will make it difficult for rescues to adopt animals that are not healthy.

For example, they don’t accept pets that have been in the care of people who haven’t been vaccinated against rabies.

It will also be very difficult for a rescue to take an animal that is already sick.

A rescue can only adopt a healthy animal for a maximum of six months.

Pets that are healthy can be adopted at a rescue or through a breeder if they meet the standards of the rescue or breeders licence.

However, a rescue can’t take a dog that’s been in a home that is unfit or unsafe.

The minimum age for adoption varies depending on the country, but for dogs that are old enough to be properly spayed or neutered, they can’t be adopted.

The rules are more strict in some other countries.

If your family is not a dog lover, it can be difficult to adopt, so make sure you are prepared.

You should also take into account that there is a fee associated with adoption and that it’s important that you are not taking on a risk of paying the cost.

If there’s a problem with the dog, the rescuer will be responsible for making sure the dog has a good quality of life and a stable home.

If it’s a rescue that wants to adopt out, it’s advisable to call ahead to make sure it’s alright to take the dog.