What kind of dog was in "Turner and Hooch"?


The kind of dog that was seen in "Turner and Hooch" was known as a Dogue de Bordeaux. According to DogTime, these kinds of dogs are mostly used as guard dogs.

Besides just being called by their French names, these dogs are also referred to as French Mastiffs. Even though they are known to be guardians, they are also great family pets as well. The dogs have an average weight of 110 pounds for males and 99 pounds for females. Their lifespan is between 8 to 12 years. Above all else, they are loyal and obedient animals who are respectful of their owners.

Q&A Related to "What kind of dog was in "Turner and Hooch"?"
Hooch was a Dogue de Bordeaux. They are pretty rare so they can be quite
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Turner & Hooch was filmed in 1989. Hooch is a Dogue de Bordeaux, one of the most ancient French breed!
Beasley, the dog that played Hooch in "Turner and Hooch" is a Dogue de Bordeaux, also known as the French Mastiff, also known as the Bordeaux Bulldog. all names for the
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