Rockport Mastiffs


When Only The Best Will Do.

 "Miss Millie"

Rockport Mastiffs are proud to announce that we have been able to acquire the BROOKVIEW MASTIFF Lines from England.. The Brookview Lines were started by the late Topsy Seager from the U.K.  Topsy Seager bred a limited number of magnificent Mastiffs in England and won some the most prestigious dog shows in the U.K. including wins at the prestigious Crufts Dog Show. We at Rockport Mastiffs have been fortunate in being able to acquire two beautiful females, named, Miss Millie, and Miss Mariah. They are line bred on the outstanding Stud Dog, Brookview Born Free, who is a true ambassador and a credit to the Old English Mastiff breed. He is an excellent example of true Old English Type.  


  U.K. Imports

"Miss Meriah"



         Miss Mariah pictured above on her first day home!!

Pictured below are the proud parents of Baby Mariah


Pictured above is Archie as he is beginning to mature

Archie is the sire of our puppy, Mariah. Archie has had limited showing in the U.K. but has always been in the ribbons. He moves extremely well and has a superb temperament.  I have insufficient superlatives to adequately describe him.  It is Archie's attributes and his pedigree which caused me to begin my search for a new English line.




Dam Muggles

Pictured below is Meriah's Grandfather

Brookview Born Free


Pictured below is Mariah's Grandmother, the famous Ch. Brookview Bo-Filette

The famous "B0-Filette" winner of 17 CCs in the U.K.Including Crufts 1999-2000

Muffin's Dam Ch. Brookview B0-Filette was 30" at the withers and weighed 210 lbs.  "Bo- Fillet" had it all for a show dog, she had excellent size and substance, a great mask on a beautiful English head as well as presence and movement in the show ring.  She is pictured above at 18 months old at the Bath Championship Show in May of 1998. This is one of the very few pictures of her. She was a credit and ambassador to the breed.

Pictured below is Mariah's Great Grandmother

Falmorehall Citadel from Ireland

"After a careful look at this 'gal' there is no more to be said!"