There’s more to see...
Sign up to discover and save different things to try in 2015.
Visit Site
  • Rob Irvine

    This Italian mastiff was bred to hunt wild boar and today acts as a guard dog. Fiercely devoted to his family, he doesn't care for strangers or small animals. More athletic and agile than other mastiffs, he’ll sit at your feet with impressive weight.

  • Kevin Lee Maynard Pagoria

    Cane Corso Breed Information

  • Phyllis Thompson

    Cane Corso dog

Related Pins

Shiba baby puppy in a playful stance! Odin does this all the time lol

Big...I don't know if this is a mastiff or what, but he looks like one.

Tibetan Mastiff, which I'm told is not a true mastiff. Because it's obviously a lion-dog.

Cane Corso / Italian Mastiff these are great dogs but they are one owner dogs for sure! I know the breed we raised them.

See all 25 comments

Weimaraner. A dog that was originally bred for hunting in the early 19th century. Weimaraners were used by royalty for hunting large game such as boar, bear, and deer. Also called "ghost dog" because of their silvery gray color, they tend to "disappear" from view at dusk and dawn.

Cane corso Italian mastiff

Trying to learn how to do this. So far, no luck...I think I've pinned this wonderful dog but then it's not on my board. Maybe this time?

"Barbu Gaulois" -- The Barbet is a very old French breed behind several known around the world today, including the Portuguese water dog, the Briard, the bichon, the Griffin and the poodle breeds

  • Margaret Cooper

    Wow, looks so much better than the pom-pom hairdos they sometimes give poodles.

Great Dane/Cane Corso/Neopolitan Mastiff mix. adorbz

** The PopDot Artist ** @AlabamaBYRD join me on Twitter & be my Friend on FaceBook --> BIG BYRD SMILES & HUGS & PRAYERS TO ALL IN NEED EVERYWHERE (")< Chirp Chirp

Unusual dog breeds: Neapolitan Mastiff. Popular pet in ancient Rome as guard dogs ... and to bait bears, bulls, and jaguars.