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ROADRAGEART Recycled metal art BULLMASTIFF (M size) sculpture,ornament.statue

ROADRAGEART Recycled metal art BULLMASTIFF (M size) sculpture,ornament.statue

Handmade Recycled Car & Metal Parts Bullmastiff metal art sculpture was made with so many details using many different parts of cars and metal. It is a unique item. The Bullmastiff will suit any garden setting to make the garden cheerful.

 

Approximate size;

65cm x 93cm x 40cm 

weight=40kg

 

Can be painted different colours 

 

If you would like your own Bullmastiff making or have a a dog/pet you would like to have made then please send photos of the front,back and both sides to make sure we get all the details,features,colours correct for you .

 

***All dogs,pets,animals,items can be made any shape,size,position,colour,personalised please contact for prices*** 

 

An upcycled metal art dog sculpture is a unique and visually striking piece of artwork created from repurposed metal materials. This sculpture embodies the principles of sustainability and creativity, as it transforms discarded or unused metal objects into a stunning representation of a dog.

The sculpture showcases meticulous craftsmanship and attention to detail, with each piece of metal thoughtfully selected, cut, and welded to form the various elements of the dog's anatomy. The artist skillfully combines different shapes and sizes of metal fragments, allowing them to harmoniously come together to create a lifelike representation.

The use of upcycled metal grants the sculpture a distinctive character, with traces of its previous life evident in the textures, patina, and imperfections of the metal. These elements add depth and a sense of history to the artwork, providing a rich narrative to be appreciated.

The dog's features are thoughtfully captured, from the gentle curve of its tail to the perky ears and expressive eyes. The play of light and shadow on the metal surface adds a dynamic quality to the sculpture, enhancing its visual appeal from various angles.

This upcycled metal art dog sculpture serves as a testament to the artist's ingenuity and environmental consciousness. By repurposing discarded materials, the sculpture not only breathes new life into forgotten objects but also conveys a powerful message about sustainability and the potential for beauty in unexpected places. It stands as a testament to the transformative power of art and the infinite possibilities that lie within the realm of upcycling.

 

All items are very heavy (made from recycled car parts and metal) and we file to make each surface smooth as possible but it is not suitable for children to play Please be aware when you move the item, it is heavy so be careful and make sure to move with more than one person.

 

They can be personalised and make wonderful happy birthday,special occasion,christmas,Anniversary, creative art gifts lovingly handmade/handcrafted ,welded and painted  in Cambridge, England (UK- United Kingdom) 

(Cambridge is a city on the River Cam in eastern England, home to the prestigious University of Cambridge, dating to 1209. University colleges include King’s, famed for its choir and towering Gothic chapel, as well as Trinity, founded by Henry VIII, and St John’s, with its 16th-century Great Gate. University museums have exhibits on archaeology and anthropology, polar exploration, the history of science and zoology.)

 

Bullmastiffs were bred to catch, pin and hold down poachers in the forests of England. The gamekeepers needed an agile, strong and obedient dog, so they crossed the English Mastiff and the British Bulldog. These dogs were more aggressive than is considered either necessary or acceptable in today's Bullmastiff.
 

Average lifespan
These big dogs normally live to eight years of age, but fed correctly and given the love and respect they deserve Bullmastiffs will usually live up to ten years.

Average size and weight
This is another big dog where a healthy female can weigh up to 45kg and reach 61cm in height, while the male weighs in at 60kg and can grow to 73cm tall.

Breed personality, characteristics & temperament
Bullmastiffs have a more independent mindset than many of the other guarding breeds. This extremely impressive animal can be very gentle or a total clown. They can also curl up napping or viewing television with children. Each Bullmastiff has a personality of its own. The true Bullmastiff character should exhibit dignity, alertness, intelligence, stability and loyalty. They should be neither too assertive nor too passive.

The Bullmastiff's favourite spot in the house or yard is the one that will afford the best overall view of its territory. It may appear to be at ease, while still being extremely aware of the slightest changes that occur. The Bullmastiff has an innate talent for distinguishing who belongs on the property and who is an intruder.

Obedience training is a must for such a large and powerful dog, in order for it to happily co-exist in the average household. The prime factor in training a Bullmastiff is consistency.

Compatibility with other pets
As a general rule, mature Bullmastiff males do not get along well with other males. Occasionally females will not tolerate other females. Although there are always exceptions, it is less likely that two dogs of the same sex will get along, especially after sexual maturity - so if you are planning to purchase two Bullmastiffs, it is recommended that you get one of each sex.

Care requirements
The coat requires minimal work to keep it in good condition. It is a waterproof jacket that for the most part manages to look impressive, even with very little attention. Brushing several times a week will take care of any loose hairs, while regular use of a rubber hound glove will apply pressure all over the body to stimulate the flow of oil and massage the skin to a healthy condition. Exercise is necessary and important, however, Bullmastiffs need only a limited amount of exercise to keep fit and healthy. Never over exercise a Bullmastiff, especially in its formative first year.

Please take note
Generally Bullmastiffs are not jumpers, however, they can, with provocation, jump high fences - so 1.5-metre high fences are the absolute minimum. All Bullmastiffs need to have a suitable kennel for when the need arises. Certain health conditions, such as Entropian and Hip Dysplasia, can occur in Bullmastiffs, as with some other breeds. Contact breed experts or vets for additional information.

Ideal owners
The Bullmastiff is not the breed for everyone. Due to its intelligence, independence of mind, size, and strength to back up its wishes, the Bullmastiff should not be owned by those who are not willing, or are afraid, to enforce rules of proper behaviour.

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    £749.99価格
    colour: your choice of colour
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