are organizations made up of people who love their breed of dog,
and want to preserve it as it should be, and often for it's
original function. The people who form a breed club are dedicated,
and work hard at making sure that any breeding happen only to
benefit the breed, not the breeder.
Clubs often organize
specialty shows for their breed, such as working trials, and
conformation shows, and in the case of the parent clubs, write the
standard that all dogs of that breed are held up to for their
In addition, breed clubs often have a set of very strict rules
regarding breeders (Code of Ethics), that breeders adhere to, in
order to be a part of their breed club. The Code of Ethics serves
to maintain standards in breeding, and is often strictly enforced.
For a puppy buyer, the breed
club offers a list of Code of Ethics breeders, to ensure quality
puppies, and often can refer the buyer to the breeder who breeds
for a function, as well as conformation. A person looking for a
working dog can easily be directed to a breeder who breeds for
traits that make an ideal working dog.
Many breed clubs are also the main rescue contact for that breed's
rescue as well.
Club from the Netherlands
Club Francais Du Bullmastiff Et Du Mastiff
Cascade Northwest Bullmastiff Club
The Bullmastiff Club of New South Wales Inc
The Bullmastiff Club of Western Australia
Bullmastiff club of South Australia
Bullmastiff Fanicers of Canada
American Bullmastiff Association
in standing with