Dogue de Bordeaux
Sometimes referred to as the French mastiff, the Dogue de Bordeaux falls into a group of dogs classified as the molosser, descendants of the molossus. A dog that lived approximately 700 BC., the molossus were kept as guard and hunting dogs by the Assyrians.
Originally used for cattle droving and guarding the vineyards in Bordeaux, this French warrior has survived near extinction. Characterized by the largest, most magnificent head in dogdom with a wrinkled face and large paws.
The impressive presence of the Dogue is a great deterrent to thieves. Despite his intimidating appearance, the Dogue is a charmer who loves to be with people, especially children!!
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