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How can I get my dog to gain weight has got to be one of the most frequently asked questions I get. It's definitely something many people want to know so I decided to assist in answering that question.

The first thing I will say is have your dog checked by a licensed ve...

All modern breeds of dogs are by design. If you have ever designed something or have seen something designed with multiple, functional parts, you then know that everything must be considered in that design to serve its purpose. This is no different when it comes to the...

I have held many discussions over the years and have been asked the questions numerous times, what is the most important thing in a Neapolitan Mastiff or American Molossus?

It’s a great question and it's an important one. This question will be answered many different wa...

Hi everyone. A common question comes up and it is this week’s blog topic. What colors do the Neapolitan Mastiff come in? It’s a great question and is among the most common. Unfortunately unlike the Neapolitan Ice Cream, No, they don't come in chocolate, strawberry and...

There are 4 different methods of breeding dogs

1.The first is a natural breeding. Where 2 dogs are bred at the optimal time naturally as nature intended. In cases of exotic breeds or large breeds, this method sometime requires help by one or more people. Whether on thei...

Here's a question that gets asked frequently. Why show my dog? It’s a great question and I will try to share some ideas to the benefit to showing your dog(s). First, let’s discuss a dog show and what it is. A dog show is an event held by a superintendant or an

organizat...

Should I socialize my new Neapolitan Mastiff? At What age should I start socializing? Why should I socialize? Common questions you may be interested in knowing yourself.

Let's start with the innate temperament and personality of the Neapolitan first so it can help expla...

Ear and tail cropping. Why is it done and what was the reason? These are questions asked quite frequently. Historically these dogs are the descendants of the Ancient Molossus from 5000 BC. These are the earliest large framed guard dogs with cropped ears and tails. The...

At a glance-

Entropion refers to a condition in which a dogs eyelid rotates inward. Their eyelashes rub against their eye(s) and cause redness, irritation, and abrasions on the cornea of the eye(s).

Entropion, or eyelid retraction, develops slowly and may not be noticeab...

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