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Farcroft Fidelity, bred by S.E. Moseley, was the breed's first CC winner in the United Kingdom.
How a British dog dealer named S.E. Moseley created the modern Bullmastiff -- or took credit for it, at least.
A Bullmastiff with no tail? A larger Cane Corso? A Shar-Pei on steroids? No, it's a Boerboel, and those unfamiliar with the breed have a large learning curve.
An authoritative piece on Bullmastiff type by breeder-judge Helene Nietsch.
They say Mastiffs are like Fritos: You can’t have just one. Here's how to manage a crop of them.
More than a quarter-century after his death, revisiting Mario Querci of Ponzano fame, one of the world's most influential mastinari.
When it comes to temperament, the old adage "You reap what you sow" is profoundly true with the Corso.
Massimo Inzoli visits the London Museum to find Molosserdom’s Holy Grail.
Caroline Coile asks Molosser owners just how much it costs to maintain these big'uns.
Tibetan Mastiffs have been bred for thousands of years to work around people, not with them. Here's how to rewire their primitive instincts.
The Dogo Argentino emerged from the ashes of a native fighting dog to become a world-class hunter of big game.

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