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[poll] Modern Molosser Magazine

MD members, In the last few weeks I spent a lot of time reading through the last 6 issues of [url=http://modernmolosser.com]Modern Molosser Magazine[/url] which were sent to me by one of the publishers. Usually, I read one issue of a magazine and that then they gather dust on a shelf in my office. I am pleased to report that is not the case with [url=http://modernmolosser.com]Modern Molosser Magazine[/url]. The mags are filled with interesting, well-written articles about the dogs we love and care so much about. Next month (Jan 2012) I will subscribe to the magazine so I can get my very own copies delivered to my home. You can see a free preview of some of their articles at this http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs047/1102220563025/archive/1108721781250.html Please check them out and post your comments.
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  • MD members, In the last few weeks I spent a lot of time reading through the last 6 issues of [url=http://modernmolosser.com]Modern Molosser Magazine[/url] which were sent to me by one of the publishers. Usually, I read one issue of a magazine and that then they gather dust on a shelf in my office. I am pleased to report that is not the case with [url=http://modernmolosser.com]Modern Molosser Magazine[/url]. The mags are filled with interesting, well-written articles about the dogs we love and care so much about. Next month (Jan 2012) I will subscribe to the magazine so I can get my very own copies delivered to my home. You can see a free preview of some of their articles at this http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs047/1102220563025/archive/1108721781250.html Please check them out and post your comments.
    • Not bad looking...but some of my favorites would be the older Pit Bull Gazette articles published in the 70's, as they actually had a number of discussions on breeding and genetic...and many of those "layman" articles actually contained a significant amount of research in genetics by comparing to studies done in various departments of Agriculture with cows, sheep, swine...and even dogs. Unfortunately, since those magazines are 30-40 years old some of the stuff is a little outdated AND those magazines are hard to find...but for their time the level of quality IMO was very good. I would like to see this today. If you go pick up a magazine today about APBT...odds are you will no longer find articles about working dogs...but instead will find articles about head size bling bling bully dogs or something. haha. How times have changed.
      • Yes it is that way with most breeds now. The working aspect and reason the breed exist is no longer touted when they are discussed. I do have a hard time reading kennel club stuff because it is such rubbish. Anyway, I just subscribed to this magazine so will see how the future issues go.
        • [quote1325134843=LeeRobinson] Not bad looking...but some of my favorites would be the older Pit Bull Gazette articles published in the 70's, as they actually had a number of discussions on breeding and genetic...and many of those "layman" articles actually contained a significant amount of research in genetics by comparing to studies done in various departments of Agriculture with cows, sheep, swine...and even dogs. Unfortunately, since those magazines are 30-40 years old some of the stuff is a little outdated AND those magazines are hard to find...but for their time the level of quality IMO was very good. I would like to see this today. If you go pick up a magazine today about APBT...odds are you will no longer find articles about working dogs...but instead will find articles about head size bling bling bully dogs or something. haha. How times have changed. [/quote1325134843] dont forget the guy holding the dog is a rap star atomic dog magazine http://atomicdoggmagazine.com/ and these guys are running the "bully" game http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANKdZvixsjU http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0Bg7U_Nx5c this basically defines the bully crowd/culture/scene.... the bully shows are gangbanged the F*** out
          • In the next issue of Modern Molosser Magazine "Sherilyn Allen, DVM, explains why she decided to "forget" her beloved Neapolitan Mastiff. I look forward to reading that article.
            • It does look good but is quite pricey (esp as I am not in the USA) so I won't be subscribing for now..
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