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First of all, the site looks great Gary. This is Tonedog from back in the day. I decided to just randomly see if molosserdogs was still around, fearing the worst, but wow, looks good. Maybe some controversial debate will help liven the place up a bit? lol Over the last few years I've been continuing my recreational research into dogs and dog history (which has now spanned many decades), and I've stumbled onto a realization that "mastiffs" basically don't exist and never did. Hear me out... I believe the mastiff category is merely comprised of retired dogs from various other functional types. They have no real genetic foundation making them a group and no real ancestral function. If you n
1949, Mastín Español from Seville, Spain
The Calgary Model The animal control bylaw in Calgary, Alberta, Canada has been hailed by many as a HUGE success. While other cities and provinces in Canada are banning breeds, Calgary is choosing education program and stronger enforcement. What's the end result? By all accounts, reports and statistics, the bylaw is working! Not only that, the bylaw works so well and the results are so highly praised, Calgary is inspiring animal control officials outside of Canada to use the bylaw as a model for their own animal control ordinances. The following is written by Dana Grove: The bylaw officers in Calgary have taken a stand against breed banning, and responded to dog bite concerns w
From signs and symptoms to what to do if your dog's been diagnosed, get the important dog cancer information you need.Posted: May 29, 2014, 2 p.m. PST While too many dogs still get diagnosed with cancer each year, new research and treatments are helping increase the quality and quantity of life for dogs with the disease. Education also works as a powerful tool in preventing and dealing with canine cancer. In observance of Pet Cancer Awareness Month in May, the staff at The Veterinary Cancer Center in Norwalk, Conn., offers information on the disease that can benefit both you and the dogs in your life. Do Dogs Get Cancer?Answer By Gina Olmsted, D.V.M.Not only do dogs get cancer, but cancer is
These 33 Dogs With The Most Unique Coats On Earth Took My Breath Away. My Favorite Is #7! These amazing dogs have such unusual colors and markings that once you see them, you’ll never be able to forget them. Some of these markings are a result of a rare genetic variations or conditions, but all of these dogs are undeniably beautiful. Of all the adorable and stunning dogs on the Internet, Reshareworthy.com collected and specifically chose the following 33 as the dogs with the most memorable and gorgeous markings! This sweet husky has a natural little mask. This puppy also wears a mask! Everyone *nose* that this puppy has a lot of love to offer! This is Puck. He’s beautiful A
Beware! Plants Poisonous to Dogs Know which plants and foods are no-nos for your dog. By DC Editors | Posted: Mar 19, 2013, 3 p.m. EDT People are often surprised to learn that there are actually hundreds of plants potentially poisonous to dogs many of which could be in your home, or yard. The following is a list of some plants, trees, flowers, and foods that are poisonous to dogs: American bittersweet roots, leaves, berries Apple seeds, in large amounts Apricot seeds Autumn crocus - Its active ingredient, colchicines, triggers an anti-metabolic effect that can cause rapidly dividing cells, shedding of the gastrointestinal tract, bloody diarrhea, and vomiting. Learn more>> Avocado l
June 14, 2011 The Science Diet website now has a page titled “The Truth About Pet Food Ingredients Pet Food Myths Answered with Facts”. Here’s what Science Diets says and of course I have some follow up… The Science Diet webpage starts off like this… “The TRUTH about pet nutrition.” They go on to say “It’s important to understand what is myth or fact when making choices about what you feed your pet.” I agree Science Diet, it IS important for pet parents to understand what is myth or fact when making choices about pet food. So, let’s see what Science Diet’s myths and truths are… “Myth 1: Corn is just filler.”“Fact: A filler is an ingredient providing no nutritional purpose. Corn is NOT
There are those that believe that everyone should not use any aversive when training a dog or doing behavioral modification. They believe operant and classical condition is the only way to go. Others prefer to use force corrections. They use tools like check chains, pronged collars, e-collars, etc. There are also those that call themselves balance trainers. Instead of trying to train a dog or modify its behavior by force only or positive reinforcement only they believe nature teaches us that you need to have a balance between both in when dealing with dogs. I'm curious as to what other preference are? Where do you stand on this subject. I won't condemn anyone for their methods of choice
Livestock Guardian Dogs: The Protectors of the FlockLivestock guardian dogs are an ancient breed of working dogs that have been used for centuries to protect livestock from predators. These dogs are intelligent, independent, and fiercely loyal to their charges. They are bred to guard sheep and other livestock from predators such as wolves, coyotes, and bears. The primary function of the livestock guardian dog is to stay with and protect the flock. They are not herding dogs and do not drive or move the flock in any way.Livestock guardian dogs come in many different breeds, each with its unique characteristics. The most common breeds used for livestock guarding include the Great Pyrenees, Anat
This video explains how to identify hip dysplasia in our dogs and further articles on molosserdogs offer some advice on the use of vitamin c to minimize the effects.https://youtu.be/SHCIT87jY0M
Litter of beautiful chunky rottweilers. Mum and dad both kc registered and from champion bloodlines, both family pets and can been seen. The puppy is used to small children and very friendly puppy. The pup has been wormed every 2 weeks from 4 weeks old, vet checked and 1st vaccinations up to date1st to visit will take home and he's ready for his forever homeAge: 8 weeksReady to leave: NowEmail : email@example.com
I added one more picture today of my dog Kodiak (AKA Kodi or Koko) from last summer. He had become increasingly disabled from a progressive neurological illness and did not make it to his 13th birthday. Before he died our walks had shrunk to a few houses up or down the street and he needed a special harness so we could help him to walk.It is very sad for us to have only one dog now and Henry misses Koko too. Someday we will get another but Henry will have to settle for cat friends now. I still like to look back at the old picture of them together when they were young and playing in the park. Dogs are such a joy in my life but it is so hard to lose them when they get old
This Rottweiler is very friendly,affectionate and oves attention. He is calm and takes treats gently, and when in the yard, he picks up a ball and trots around with it. He has been working on "sit" and "paw" commands with volunteers and is highly motivated by treats. He would do best as an only dog or with another confident and independent dog with experienced guardians.. He's a 1 year 7 months old boy who weighs a whopping 100 pounds.Do you have experience with Rottweilers? Looking for a fun-loving and energetic pup? You would be a great fit for this lovely rottie.Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this video which is posted in the Caucasian Ovcharka Group, we showed how we introduced Pandora when she was a puppy to Nayan and Pallada. https://molosserdogs.com/view-video/introducing-puppy-to-adult-caucasian
"Whether human or animal, End Of Life Care is never easy, and it is crucial to make sure that, as a pet owner, you are aware of the options available to you and your pet when their time comes. Because as scary as this time may be, you and your pet must have a comfortable, meaningful final journey together. In this guide, you will find information to help you understand end-of-life care for pets and how you can ensure that your furry friend gets the most out of the end of their life." https://pethealth4you.com/end-of-life-care-for-your-pet/
Athena and Nike… 7months old Sisters, each weighing between 73 and 75lbs and well trained.You can contact me if you need tips on how to train your rottie or in need of a well trained dog.Email : email@example.com
These rotties are all ready to go to their new homes.They're all AKC certified ,potty trained and friendly with kids and other home pets and also they're all up to date in all firsr shots . The puppies comes all paper works.
These beautiful babies moving majestically are ready to go to their new homes.