Breeds

The Cane Corso and Neapolitan Mastiff fanciers are in a tug-of-war over ancient images, with each arguing they reflect their respective breed.
Tibetan Mastiffs have been bred for thousands of years to work around people, not with them. Here's how to rewire their primitive instincts.
Yushu County, Tibet, in northwest China’s Qinghai Province is renowned for being the biggest breeding center of Tibetan Mastiffs in the world.
A long-time Mastiff owner and trainer shares her advice for teaching Molossers to chill when the doorbell rings.
Eighty years of memories from Cane Corso enthusiast Fernando Casolino. */
An avid sportsman goes in search of a Molosser whose instincts are still intact. Then he finds the Boerboel.
Almost two decades after his death, a legendary Dogue de Bordeaux is lovingly remembered.
Bas Bosch challenges assumptions about Mastiff size.
Columnist Bas Bosch on the most operatic of the Molossers: the Neapolitan Mastiff.
In this brilliant essay, Molosser expert Bas Bosch explains how wrinkling can be a bellwether for hypertype in the Molosser breeds.

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