There is no trace of the fighting past of the English Mastiff. Modern representatives of the breed are calm and friendly dogs that show amazing consistency before mood swings. In the character of these animals, traits of immigrants from Old England can be traced: tolerance, reliability, and greatness. Mastiff knows his worth, never stoop to puppy pranks, and behaves with such nobility that individuals of royal blood are involuntarily remembered. At first glance, the dog seems to be an inveterate phlegmatic, but it is not. Deep down, the “English” have an amazing love for their family members.