The Bullmastiff was designed to be a stealthy nighttime guardian.
Crafting the American standard for the Dogue de Bordeaux took time, patience ... and lots of overseas input.
Dogue de Bordeaux expert Anne-Marie Class deconstructs the breed.
Stumped by "slightly convergent upper longitudinal axes"? Specialist judge Massimo Inzoli demystifies the skull and muzzle planes in the Cane Corso.
Nine Bullmastiff breeder-judges from around the world share their impressions of the breed.
Second-generation breeder Pat O'Brien discusses this quintessentially British breed.
According to popular thought, yellow eyes in the Cane Corso aren’t just more intimidating – they supposedly give the dog superior night vision.
We ask accomplished fanciers to sit down with "their" AKC standard and "take note" about where they think judges and breeders often go astray. Breeder-judge Shauna DeMoss shares her thoughts on the AKC Cane Corso standard. 
When it comes to white markings in the Dogue de Bordeaux, there are lots of shades of gray. 
Breeder-judge Massimo Inzoli of Italy offers a primer on judging this striking white Molosser, seen through the prism of the FCI standard for the breed.