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Rest om Peace Julius - 19 Dec 2011Molosser Dogs is your best source for unbiased information and discussion.

The Molosser category covers a wide spectrum of breeds, regardless of their type and use. Whether the breed is a mountain shepherd dog, a sled-pulling spitz, a hunting dog, a fighting and baiting dog, or even a toy companion breed, if it is descended from the ancient Moloss stock of dogs, you will find it here. They are divided into three groups.
Group 1 - The first group of molosser which are bred true to type.
Group 2 - Molossers that are not bred true to mountain type.
Group 3 - These breeds are either directly linked to the 1st and 2nd Molosser Group, but bred away from common type.

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Thank you, Rex. You are so right in the way recent laws have affected our breeds. Combine local ordinances, national breed bans and crop and dock laws and many of our famous breeds are no longer what they used to be. This has seriously affected the rare LGD types in the "western" world where most of the dogs are placed as pets in urban settings.
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Yes, sir. It is amazing to observe the result of many years of free-ranging dogs and to see how they morph. There are many flocks of goats and sheep all over the countryside and they always have a few dogs along. On one trip, we noticed that there was a dog standing behind the flock patiently as the flock move across the hillside. Wondered why he was just standing there so patiently and then from a gully, a couple of sheep emerged and walked past the dog. Then the dog followed them to the flock. Amazing. He knew there were a few stragglers and waited for them.
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Indeed, my friend, very well observed. You can see the prove in different parts of the world. When you let a flock of dogs strolling around the country, they will mix and mix etc. and in the end (rather soon, within a century or so) they will all end up in what we call a certain "paria" type of dog, that we see a lot in Asia. Almost similar to the Dingo.
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Dear Gary, This litter (my P-litter) was born in 1975, so the photo was taken in 1978. Today, you can hardly find this type of Bouvier anymore. There are still a few good breeders, but when cropping was banded, the dogs phenotypes also changed a lot. Glad to hear from you, Rex Keeman.
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