Color counts when it comes to longevity, according to a study that says brindle Cane Corsos live longer.  
A veterinarian shares the pros and cons — but mostly pros — of naturally reared and raw-fed Molossers.
What you need to know before your Molosser undergoes anesthesia.
Dilated cardiomyopathy strikes nearly every Molosser breed – and its causes are far from clear.
“They told us in vet school, ‘Never let the sun set on a pyo,’” the young veterinarian said.  
How to avoid surgery in orthopedically compromised Molossers.
Forelimb problems can be tricky to diagnose and treat in Molossers. 
They swell, they swing, they sway – they’re those high-maintenance hygromas, bulging fluid-filled sacs that arise on pressure points, particularly elbows.
We interview Jennifer Willshire of Gammonwood Mastiffs, who rocked the Mastiff world recently by unveiling a backcross breeding that crossed a Mastiff bitch to a Greyhound to produce a litter of “Greydogges.” Let the controversy commence.
If you are getting a Neapolitan Mastiff puppy (or a Cane Corso, for that matter), this veterinarian-vetted article about a common eye problem is a must-read.