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Groups - Create Your Own Community

One of the best features on MolosserDogs.com is the ability to create  your own groups or to participate in existing groups.  Groups can focus your attention on your own breed or interests and ensure that the discussion or information in the groups are always relevant. So please join or create a group to enjoy the benefit of focused and dedicated interaction with other like minded individuals.  You can also invite other to your groups.  Below is a little more information about groups that I found on WikiPedia.

Molosser Dogs Groups Home

"A group (often called a community, e-group or club) is a feature in many social network services which allows users to create, post, comment to and read from their own interest- and niche-specific forums, often within the realm of virtual communities. Groups, which may allow for open or closed access, invitation and/or joining by other users outside the group, are formed to provide mini-networks within the larger, more diverse social network service. Much like electronic mailing lists, they are also owned and maintained by owners, moderators, or managers, which possess the capability of editing posts to discussion threads and regulating member behavior within the group.  

Since we’ve moved a huge part of our social life to the internet online social networking groups has become very important for us to maintain a structure in our social life. Online networking is made up by clusters of people, bounding themselves together on the world wide web. To be able to sort out the many different clusters we belong to and focus on what is important to us we use online groups." From <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Group_(online_social_networking)

Links to some popular groups on MD.

Dog Lover: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/news/view/Dog-Lovers-News

Caucasian Ovcharka: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/Caucasian-Shepherd-Dog-Kavkazskaya-Ovtcharka

Neapolitan Mastiff: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/Neapolitan-Mastiff

American Pit Bull Terrier: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/American-Pit-Bull-Terrier

Kangal: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/Kangal

Personal Protection: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/Personal-Protection

The Molosser Group: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/The-Molosser-Group

Molosser Dogs Groups Home

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  • One of the best features on MolosserDogs.com is the ability to create  your own groups or to participate in existing groups.  Groups can focus your attention on your own breed or interests and ensure that the discussion or information in the groups are always relevant. So please join or create a group to enjoy the benefit of focused and dedicated interaction with other like minded individuals.  You can also invite other to your groups.  Below is a little more information about groups that I found on WikiPedia.

    Molosser Dogs Groups Home

    "A group (often called a community, e-group or club) is a feature in many social network services which allows users to create, post, comment to and read from their own interest- and niche-specific forums, often within the realm of virtual communities. Groups, which may allow for open or closed access, invitation and/or joining by other users outside the group, are formed to provide mini-networks within the larger, more diverse social network service. Much like electronic mailing lists, they are also owned and maintained by owners, moderators, or managers, which possess the capability of editing posts to discussion threads and regulating member behavior within the group.  

    Since we’ve moved a huge part of our social life to the internet online social networking groups has become very important for us to maintain a structure in our social life. Online networking is made up by clusters of people, bounding themselves together on the world wide web. To be able to sort out the many different clusters we belong to and focus on what is important to us we use online groups." From <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Group_(online_social_networking)

    Links to some popular groups on MD.

    Dog Lover: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/news/view/Dog-Lovers-News

    Caucasian Ovcharka: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/Caucasian-Shepherd-Dog-Kavkazskaya-Ovtcharka

    Neapolitan Mastiff: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/Neapolitan-Mastiff

    American Pit Bull Terrier: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/American-Pit-Bull-Terrier

    Kangal: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/Kangal

    Personal Protection: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/Personal-Protection

    The Molosser Group: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/The-Molosser-Group

    Molosser Dogs Groups Home

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    Groups - Create Your Own Community
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    One of the best features on MolosserDogs.com is the ability to create  your own groups or to participate in existing groups.  Groups can focus your attention on your own breed or interests and ensure that the discussion or information in the groups are always relevant. So please join or create a group to enjoy the benefit of focused and dedicated interaction with other like minded individuals.  You can also invite other to your groups.  Below is a little more information about groups that I found on WikiPedia.

    Molosser Dogs Groups Home

    "A group (often called a community, e-group or club) is a feature in many social network services which allows users to create, post, comment to and read from their own interest- and niche-specific forums, often within the realm of virtual communities. Groups, which may allow for open or closed access, invitation and/or joining by other users outside the group, are formed to provide mini-networks within the larger, more diverse social network service. Much like electronic mailing lists, they are also owned and maintained by owners, moderators, or managers, which possess the capability of editing posts to discussion threads and regulating member behavior within the group.  

    Since we’ve moved a huge part of our social life to the internet online social networking groups has become very important for us to maintain a structure in our social life. Online networking is made up by clusters of people, bounding themselves together on the world wide web. To be able to sort out the many different clusters we belong to and focus on what is important to us we use online groups." From <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Group_(online_social_networking)

    Links to some popular groups on MD.

    Dog Lover: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/news/view/Dog-Lovers-News

    Caucasian Ovcharka: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/Caucasian-Shepherd-Dog-Kavkazskaya-Ovtcharka

    Neapolitan Mastiff: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/Neapolitan-Mastiff

    American Pit Bull Terrier: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/American-Pit-Bull-Terrier

    Kangal: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/Kangal

    Personal Protection: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/Personal-Protection

    The Molosser Group: http://molosserdogs.com/m/groups/view/The-Molosser-Group

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