Sunday, February 26, 2012

Molosser Dog Description

A molosser is a native of the western empire of ancient Greek, known as Molossia, and today is a name for a group of dogs extremely well built. The Mollassers sometimes mistakenly under the generic name "mastiff", and including the Mastiff and Neapolitan Mastiff, but are not mastiffs, Great Danes are different. Looking for a Great Dane is a technically English Mastiff. This dog is an Old English mastiff, a mastiff, but not (still after me?)


All dogs have similar properties:
  • serious bodily
  • huge heads
  • dewlap
  • Wrinkles on the forehead
  • Legs very robust
  • Neck short, but muscular

Examples are St. Bernard dogs, a search and rescue dog, and Newfoundland, are used primarily as a guard dog or a pastor.

Ancient legends say that the Mastiff is the ancestor of the dog, but there is little scientific evidence supporting this theory. There is evidence that some sort of guard dog roaming the steppes of Asia since ancient times. Many of the Molossus was born in northern Europe, the fact that many of them have thick layers, such as explaining a line of climate change.

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