More Molossers

Your heart is encased in a cement block, your throat is in a vice, and your whole body feels like you are dragging the Titanic’s anchor behind you. This is what it feels like to mourn a Molosser.  
A veterinarian shares the pros and cons — but mostly pros — of naturally reared and raw-fed Molossers.
With apologies to the Bard, how do Molosser owners suffer the slings and goobers of outrageous slobber?
What you need to know before your Molosser undergoes anesthesia.
An interview with Dogue de Bordeaux legend — and savior  — Professor Raymond Triquet. Not to be missed!
An interview with Bas Bosch  of Belgium, well-respected Molosser judge and publisher. */
From monitoring fetal heart rates to checking contractions, the WhelpWise service delivers peace of mind for Molosser breeds.
When Modern Molosser sent out a call for our “Got Ink?” contest, we were inundated with a dazzling array of body art. Check out these tats!
Dilated cardiomyopathy strikes nearly every Molosser breed – and its causes are far from clear.
Molosser breeders and exhibitors – particular in Bullmastiffs and Mastiff – agree that brindles face an unfairly uphill battle with judges.