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My neighbor dropped the top on his Jeep and took their Catahoula and Labrador for a ride.

These two are worthy of a repost

This is a Rottie.. Could you tell.

Oh oh....

Hello Molosser Fans,

we just updated the site and also added the Ads module which allows for the creation of Advertisement.  So go ahead and advertise you dogs, kennels, pups, and other services.  Cheers.

#BigDogMom recently completed her most recent survey on the cost of big dog ownership, and I thought you might like to read it since it pertains to most of our molossers.  This is the largest survey of big dog owners ever conducted and measures the cost of ownership across 48 different questions about the monthly and annual expenses relating to owning big dogs. Please read her article here.

 

Reposted Admin's discussion.

Take a moment to browse of of my favorite websites dedicated to big dogs. BigDogmom

Caring for an Older Dog. This document gives some very good tips and ideas for caring for an older dog. It is something worth printing and keeping on the shelf as a good reference.

The United States Department of Agriculture pamphlet on protecting sheep from predators

Lucius Junius Moderatus Columella on Agriculture Including Treatsie 7 on dogs

Those of us with responsibility for the health of canine athletes need to continually read and evaluate new scientific studies to ensure that we are taking the most appropriate care of our performance dogs. This article provides evidence through a number of recent studies to suggest that veterinarians and owners working with canine athletes should revisit the standard protocol in which all dogs that are not intended for breeding are spayed and neutered at or before 6 months of age.

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Smart dog

 

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Is the media destroying our world - and we are too stupid and easily pleased to realize it?

Vaccinations are one of the most important weapons in the fight against infectious diseases in animals. Many diseases have been virtually eliminated through disease control programs that have incorporated vaccination as one of the control measures. However, vaccines are not without their limitations and there are vaccine failures. In fact, in some cases the reactions or side effects can be worse than the disease they are being used to prevent. The use, or overuse of vaccines is being carefully evaluated by veterinary researchers and clinicians the world over. This article will address causes for vaccine failures, side effects and adverse reactions. Continue reading...

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