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₹50,000 to ₹60,000


Mastiff (English)


28-30 inches


54-110 Kilograms


Brindle, Fawn, Apricot


08-10 Years


4-8 Puppies (approx.)



The English Mastiff is a large and powerful breed that originated in the United Kingdom several centuries ago. These dogs possess a massive outer structure and that’s why they are considered to be a Giant breed by many people. But people shouldn’t be intimidated by the size of these dogs as from the inside, they are tremendously affectionate and loving towards their human parents and family members. They are very kind and friendly with kids as well.

In India, the demand for this breed is pretty decent. People not only admire these pooches for their strength and courage but for their kind and affable personality as well. And although these dogs are quite pricey to bring home and maintain and they also require a lot of care and attention from their parents especially during the summer season as their tolerance to heat is not that great, still, these factors don’t seem to affect the overall popularity and demand of these large-sized canines in the country.

Given below is the average price list of the English Mastiff puppies which are available in various variations.

  • English Mastiff Puppy price (Basic): ₹50,000 to ₹60,000
  • English Mastiff Puppy price (KCI registered): ₹60,000 to ₹75,000
  • English Mastiff Puppy price (Show Quality): ₹75,000 to ₹1,00,000

Now, if you are planning to raise an English Mastiff as a pet and you want to get this pooch from a breeder, then you should start focusing on getting it from a reputed breeder only. A large number of breeders in the country are just looking to increase their profits and they don’t care that much about the health and fitness of the canines that they are providing to the potential dog parents. And, that’s why it is very important that you should never get the pup you desire from such breeders. You should only look for the canine you are interested in at a reliable breeder’s place. A breeder who not only will provide a high-quality healthy pup to you but he will also eliminate all the doubts and confusions that you might have in your mind about the needs and requirements of the pup that you are about to bring your home. Also, you will get the much-needed peace of mind if you get the pup of your dreams from a good and honest breeder. Therefore, you should never compromise on the quality and standards of either the pooch you are interested in or the source you are getting it from.

English Mastiffs for Adoption

Rather than searching for the dog you want to raise as a pet at a random unreliable breeder’s place, why not Adopt your future four-legged best friend from a trusted and reputable Adoption home. There are numerous Adoption centers and Shelter homes that are situated all around the country and in these adoption homes, there are hundreds of pooches that are ready to be adopted and become a part of your loving family. Even large-sized breeds like the English Mastiffs can also be sometimes found at these Adoption places. We at Tailsbuddy have always stood behind this amazing cause and we would like to help you out as well. If you need any kind of help regarding adopting a canine, then you can call or WhatsApp us on +91 9555566321 and we'll connect you to the best adoption centers as soon as possible.

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Factors Affecting the English Mastiff Price in India

Now there are various factors that can affect the original English Mastiff price in India. These factors are as follows:


There are three different price categories for an English Mastiff dog (in India): Basic, KCI Registered and Show Quality.

  • Basic category includes all those dogs and puppies that are not registered to any kennel club including KCI. A basic English Mastiff puppy can cost anywhere around ₹50,000.
  • KCI is short for Kennel Club of India and if a dog belongs to KCI Registered category, then it means you will get a canine whose quality is up to the mark. You will also be able to participate in KCI dog shows if your canine is registered and also you will get a KCI registration certificate.
  • A Show Quality dog means that the canine is closest to the ideal as mentioned in the Breed Standards. If you are not planning to participate in dog shows with your pooch, then it does not matter all that much whether you buy a Show Quality dog or a Normal Pet Quality one.

Physical Attributes and Characteristics

Physical Characteristics such as the color of the coat of a canine or the overall size of a pooch can affect the price of a dog to a great extent. In case of the English Mastiffs, these large-sized canines are only found in these different coat colors – Brindle, Fawn and Apricot and based on the rarity of the coat color, the price of this pooch may vary. The rarer the color the higher might be the price of this canine.

Age & Gender

Young dogs or puppies generally cost more as compared to older or fully grown pooches. Also, female canines, sometimes, cost a bit less when compared to their male counterparts.

Pure or Mix Breed

The cost of a purebred English Mastiff is higher than the mixed-breed as there are lesser chances for a purebred puppy to develop hereditary health problems as compared to the one that is mixed-breed.

Availability and Location

Most of the times, if a canine has a decent availability in a region, it tends to cost less compared to the pooch whose availability is not that great. But in case of the English Mastiffs, although their availability in this country is not that bad, these canines are still considered to be quite exotic and thus their overall price is still fairly on the higher side.

Also, if you get a dog from a nearby location, it tends to cost less compared to the pooch that is available at a faraway location. This is because additional charges such as traveling expenses are also added to the overall cost of the pooch if you get it from a faraway location.

Reputed Breeder

Canines that you get from a reputed and well-known breeder also tend to cost more compared to the pooches that are available at a not-so popular breeder. But mostly, the quality and standards are higher at a reputed breeder’s place, thus, people don’t actually mind spending a little bit extra at a reliable and decent place.

Miscellaneous Factors

  • Champion Bloodline: If a dog belongs to a champion bloodline, meaning any of its predecessors (forefathers) were given the title of Champion in an official dog event, then its price can also go fairly high.
  • Microchip: The price of a dog can also increase if it has been microchipped by the KCI. The extremely small pet microchip helps in providing a permanent ID for your pet.

Read some information regarding English Mastiff and see if it’s a right fit for you or not-

The English Mastiffs are quite strong and muscular canines who know how to carry their large body with dignity and grace. They possess an even temperament and are quite affectionate and kind to the people they love and trust. The section below will help you in deciding whether this breed is right for you or not.

Reasons that might make an English Mastiff suitable for you:

  • Their adaptability is great and they do just fine in an apartment if they remain sufficiently exercised.
  • They get along well with other animals, including cats.
  • They are gentle and tender with small kids.
  • Their grooming needs are very low.
  • They are very loyal and devoted to their parents and loved ones.
  • They possess an awesome watchdog ability and they can easily alert their parents in case of any intruders.

Reasons that might make an English Mastiff ill-suited for you:

  • Their tolerance to very high temperatures is pretty average and thus they need extra care from their parents especially during the hotter months.
  • They can be sometimes a little hard to train.
  • They are not highly recommended to novice or first-time dog parents.