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After hearing about this supposed Moloss from time to time for a few years now and not being able to find any information behind this name, it is unclear to us whether this is an actual breed or just an unfortunate mispelling of CHINESE KUNLUN MOUNTA…
23.02.2003 · From admin
The Chinese Kunlun Mountain Dog is a close relative of the Tibetan Mastiff and the Kunlun Hunting Dog, as well as the Molossers of Northern Pakistan, Nepal and India. Primarily a livestock protector, this breed is also an ideal property guardian, due…
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We do not have any reliable information concerning the history
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It is debatable whether the Carpathian Wolfdog is really a breed, or simply a term used to describe any cross between a dog and a wolf in Romania. To add even more confusion, this name is sometimes used for the Romanian Ciobanesc Carpatin and even th…
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This legendary Argentinian fighting and baiting dog is believed to had been developed by crossing various Spanish fighting mastiffs and bulldogs with imported English Bullterriers. During the heyday of fighting sports, the Cordoba Mastiff was a value…
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The Colorado Bulldog was developed in the United States from Johnson lines of American Bulldogs crossed with working AmStaffs and Pit Bull Terriers
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Descended from the ancient stock of Caucasian dogs, the Circassian Shepherd Dog is closely tied to the Cherkess, Arkhar, Kabardin and Adygey tribes of the great Circassian nation, an ethnic group from Northern Caucasus
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The Carlin Pinscher was created in the 1990's by crossing Pugs with Miniature Pinschers. This lovely little dog was developed by Grant Milionta, Kawika Buenafe, Isabeau Morgan and Katushka Vitrichenko, with the intention of giving birth to a min…
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The common "Foo Dog" moniker has been used for a variety of breeds over the years, from Tibetan Mastiffs and Chow Chows to Sharpeis, Pugs and other eastern dogs and even an \"extinct\" (or non-existent) variety of Asian lions, with the name…
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The Chinese Bulldog was developed by crossing Chow Chows with Pit Bull Terriers. This is primarily a fighting dog, but can make an excellent property guardian as well. It is very aggressive and needs responsible handling. The body is strong, wide-che…
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The history of the Chesapeake Bay Retriever contains one of the most interesting stories concerning the development of a canine breed. It is believed to descend from two "lesser" Newfoundland-type puppies rescued from a shipwrecked English brig near …
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This is one of the oldest retriever breeds, thought to be a result of crossing working English and Irish Water Spaniels with Poodles and early types of Newfoundlands and St.John's Water Dogs in the late 1700's. The Curly-Coated Retriever is…
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This rare American worker was developed in the early 1900's by Arthur Walden through crossing St. Bernard with German Shepherds, Greenland Huskies, Belgian Sheepdogs and Canadian Eskimo Dogs. The Guinness Book of World Records listed the Chinook…
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The Chinese Bullterrier was developed by crossing the Shar-Pei with Staffordshire Bull Terriers and American Pit Bulls. Its fanciers claim that this breed is much closer to the original old-style Shar Pei. Like the Chinese Bulldog breed, this powerfu…
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Developed in the 1700's Spain and fully standardized by 1929, the Catalan Sheepdog is related to a variety of European herding breeds descended from eastern Molossers and bearded ovcharkas. Some believe that the breed was created by crossing the…
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Not to be confused with the old Bohemian Mastiff, the Czech Mountain Dog is a relatively new creation, developed in the late 1970s by crossing the Slovakian Watchdog with a Canadian working dog which is said to be a cross between Alaskan Malamutes, C…
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The Ceskoslovensky Vlcak was created in 1955 by crossing working German Shepherd Dog specimens with a Carpathian Wolf, with hopes of improving health and trainability. By the mid-1960's, the new strain was established and being a very attractive…
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This lovely miniaturized mastiff is named after the Clumber Park estate in Nottinghamshire, where it is believed to had been developed by the Duke of Newcastle from a number of dogs sent to him by the Duc de Noailles during the French Revolution. A r…
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This is a recently developed protection breed, created in Germany by crossing Caucasian Ovcharkas with Chow-Chows. In order to improve trainability, some GSD blood was introduced as well. By combining the protective instincts and physical strength of…
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Developed at the same time as the Cuban Dogge, this large working dog was created using imported English Mastiffs, Deutsche Dogges, French Mastiffs, St.Hubert Bloodhounds, English Greyhounds and a variety of old British bulldogges. The Cuban Bloodhou…
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