A perfectly trained and reliable night-dog is as useful to the gamekeeper as two or three additional assistants, and indeed, I personally heard old poachers remark
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Breed standard of the Kuvasz
This name has been used throughout history for a great number of breeds, some originating in Persia and others with no known ties to the Iranian dogs
This is truly an ancient breed, considered by some to be of pre-Molossian origin.
Not so much a "new" breed as it is a continuation of the old practice in the English countryside of perpetually refining a working farm bulldogg
This rare Romanian mountain dog has roots in ancient times and is closely related to other Balkan Molossers, most notably the Sylvan and old Pannonian Herders, as well as the mastiffs of Central Asia
This ancient Indian livestock guarding and herding breed is related to other Asian Molossers
After years of research, we have not found any proof that the Tyrolean Sheepdog breed exists
This modern fighting breed was developed by crossing Cane Corsos, Rottweilers and Pit Bulls in Brindisi, Italy
The modern incarnation of the Brazilian Bandogge is a recently created protection breed, developed by crossing the American Pit Bull Terrier with the Fila Brasileiro and the English Bullmastiff
One of the ancient molosser and very popular.
This rare Iranian dog is related to other breeds of the region. The Shirak is a rugged and resilient working dog, traditionally used as a flock guardian and herder
The future of this ancient Molosser is uncertain. The Sumadinac, along with the Gampr, Sarplaninac, Kavkaz Volkodav, Tornjak, Epir Molossus, Tibetan Mastiff and other Eastern-European and Central Asian dogs
Considered to be just a colour variant of the Serbian Mountain Hound up until the 1700's, the modern incarnation of the Yugoslavian Tricolored Hound was developed by crossing the Black And Tan Mountain Hounds
A result of crossing the Dogue de Bordeaux with the English Bullmastiff, this large Molosser was developed on both sides of the Atlantic at different points over the past centuries
This African fighting dog is sometimes called the American Zulubull, even though it's still quite rare in the United States and there are no known American breeders
This lovely companion dog was developed by crossing the smaller specimens of the Bullmastiff breed with the English Bulldog and the Staffordshire Bull Terrier
This magnificient French working breed was created in 1846 near Bordeaux by the Baron Joseph de Garayon Latour de Virelade, a hunting enthusiast who crossed the Grand Bleu de Gascogne with the now-extinct Saintongeois hunting dogs
This magnificent breed is of ancient origin, descended from Molossian hounds, Balkan wardogs and Asian mastiffs introduced to Ireland by the Celts well over 2000 years ago