The blue coat variation is the most common, but we can also mention brindle, fawn, black, gray and cream. Short-haired, the mastiff requires little care in this regard. A brief brushing with a pet glove weekly is enough.
Like most mastiffs, the Neapolitan also drools excessively. This can make your skin and mouth smell bad, increasing the chances of plaque (tartar) buildup. Excess saliva can also cause him to have skin problems more often. Keep an eye out for these questions! Even though they are very large, they do not like long walks, but they do need moderate activity daily. Puppies need to be exercised properly so that they develop correctly and develop good musculature - something that can help them a lot in the future.