How Much Does a Dogue De Bordeaux Cost?

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Dogue De Bordeaux is a large Mastiff breed that originated from France. It is also known as “Bordeaux Mastiff”, “French Mastiff” and “Bordeauxdog”. It’s a strong-willed dog with sleek and fawn color coat.

Its average size is 110 pounds or more for male and 99 pounds or more for female. It is an ancient French working dog which has a short lifespan of only 5 to 8 years. It ranks 63rd out of the 194 in AKC breed popularity.

The Bordeaux Mastiff comes in two size varieties. First is the Doguin which came to its extinction during 1700’s and second is Dogue De Bordeaux which is the smaller version.

One-Time Expenses in Purchasing Dogue De Bordeaux

Here are the expenses you will have at least once as you purchase your Dogue De Bordeaux:

  • Its Actual Price

The price of Dogue De Bordeaux is around $800 to $3,000 at

  • Shipping

Some breeders would include the shipping in the price but just in case they don’t, an estimated price of $500 depending on the size and weight should be included in the budget. Either that, or you may opt to just pick it up from their facility.

  • Registration

If you are going to register your dog in American Kennel Club, the fee starts at $34.99 depending on the package you will choose. You can also register online for $30.

Recurring Costs of Owning Dogue De Bordeaux

Here are the things you have to maintain in taking care of your new puppy:

  • Dog Food

High-quality dog food like 26 lb.-pack of Natural Balance L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets Sweet Potato & Fish Dog Food is preferred. You can buy a pack for $59.69.

  • Obedience Training

Dogue De Bordeaux dogs are prone to being aggressive if not trained well during puppyhood. They have independent minds so you should teach them to listen to you.

You can enroll your dog in obedience classes like at If you want a private training for your dog, it will cost around $200 for one and a half hour lesson. It also offers package which includes private training, group classes and/or board and training for $495

  • Grooming Costs

Dogue De Bordeaux has wrinkles on its face so make sure you pay attention at least weekly and keep it clean. You should wipe it with a damp cloth as frequent as you can. When it comes to bathing your dog, you have to bath it every four weeks or as often as possible.

Grooming services are also available for your pet. You can schedule an appointment online at or at any facility that is close to your location. Its grooming service starts at $29 which includes the following:

  • Bath with shampoo & blow dry
  • Brushing
  • Haircut
  • Nail Trim
  • Ear cleaning and hair removal
  • Scissoring feet
  • Sanitary Trim
  • Anal Gland Expression

There will be additional fees if you want an upgrade.

  • Health Costs

Since it has a short lifespan, you should take precautions with its health. Dogue De Bordeaux is very prone to bloating so make sure it gets just the right amount of food it needs. You should always check if there are any signs of infection to prevent it from getting worse.

You should make sure that your dog gets the booster shots it needs at right age. Vaccine starts at $15 per shot. The price will depend on the type of vaccine. There are new puppy packages that include vaccines, nail trim, deworming, heartworm prevention, and a microchip which cost around $195.

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Factors That Affect Dogue De Bordeaux Price

The following variables can affect your purchase of Dogue De Bordeaux:

  • Written health guarantees
  • AKC certification, pedigree or registration papers, as some breeders provide for them
  • Vaccinations given to the puppy

Additional Tips

The following are tips you might want to consider if you are going to buy Dogue De Bordeaux:

  • Always buy from a registered breeder to ensure the quality.
  • Ask for complete health screenings to be sure that the puppy doesn’t have any health issue.
  • Consider all the expenses you will have to face before purchasing the puppy.
Claire Harrison

Claire’s love of dogs and Cocker Spaniels, in particular, led her to become a registered Kennel Club Cocker Spaniel breeder and she now lives at home with her four Cocker Spaniels, Peggy, Honey, Tiger, and Primrose.

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