About 4 months ago, we had to put our Mastiff asleep and we began looking for another. We were told this puppy was 3 months old and part Cane Corso and part Italian Mastiff. After taking her to the vet, we found out she probably was not a mastiff and was actually more like 6 months old. We decided to do a dna test and it showed she is 25% American Staffordshire Terrier, 25% Boxer, 12.5% Chow Chow, and 37.5% undeterminable breeds. Although this is not the kind of dog we wanted, we were not going to get rid of her. Fast forward to now and we are finding that although she is a super sweet dog and loves to give kisses, she is very high energy. We were really wanting more of a lazy dog, hence the reason we wanted a Mastiff. We really do love her, however, we do not have the energy or time to take her for walks or play with her in the yard. We are really hoping to find a great family, possibly with a large yard for her to run around in. Whoever decides to adopt her, we would like to check out her future home to make sure it is a good place for her. We are asking a $300 rehoming fee which is somewhat negotiable if the family is the right fit for her. We have over $600 invested in her between the rehoming fee we paid, all of her 1st year shots, and having her spayed in January. She comes with food, treats, collar, her favorite pillow to lay on, and toys. We will also give you the print out of her dna test. It shows she has no medical conditions that they tested for. We have not seen any allergic reactions to food or anything either. She does take to a crate very well. We keep her in there at night and during the day when at work.