Merry meet, greetings and salutations! Our names are Paiute and Raven. We are 'fluffy' Mastiffs. And before you ask, yes, Mastiffs DO come in brindle :) And yes, sometimes Mastiffs DO have a long-haired baby - much like the German Shepherd and Collies do. We are a well-kept secret ;) There are many of us out there, and we think our mum would like other people to realize that we DO exist ;) And we are quite beautiful too! To see some other fluffy Mastiffs and to read some interesting history on the Mastiff, please click on the buttons below.
Below are links that will take you to other pages of our family, friends, and, of course, us! These pages may take a while to load as they are very photo intensive! Each link will open in it's own browser. To get back to the main page, just close each page after you are done viewing it.
We are also on another site! If you go to the MastiffCards button, you will be able to see some of the artwork that was made featuring us :) Our likeness has been made into note cards, greeting cards, prints, t-shirts, mugs, mousepads, and more! We were very excited to see it, especially since there is a deplorable lack of 'fluffy' Mastiff stuff available.
Please remember to check out the links tab. You will find all sorts of helpful & interesting links there. Some are informational and some have our favorite shopping links. Don't forget to sign our guestbook! We love hearing from everyone.
The Irish name Scully is derived from the native Gaelic O'Scolaidhe Sept that is taken from a word that translates as 'student'. The Sept was initially located in County Westmeath but migrated to County Tipperary. The O'Scollain Sept of County Derry also sometimes adopted Scully as the anglicized form of their name.
Click the Mastiff Cards button to see some cool designs of Paiute & Raven. You will also find other Mastiffs that have had their images turned into artwork. If you would like to submit a photo to be used in these designs, please e-mail GreyWolfCreation@yahoo.com
If you would like to submit a photo of your fluffy kid, please use the e-mail button.
Celestial St. Peter 'Paiute', CGC
Celestial Native Trickster, CGC
Here's Céad Míle Fáilte
to friend and to rover
That's a greeting that's Irish
as Irish can be
It means you are welcome
a thousand times over
Wherever you come from,
whosoever you be
Want to see some gorgeous hand-made collars??? Please click on the GreyWolf Collars link to your left and it will take you to a website that makes custom cotton collars, traditional flat collars & martingale (also called sighthound collars). They even make them in Mastiff sizes!