Molossus of Epirus dogs can be stubborn and independent, so they may require more patience and consistency in training. However, with positive reinforcement and early socialization, they can be trained well.
No, Molossus of Epirus dogs are not suitable for everyone. They require a lot of space, exercise, and attention, and can be challenging to train and socialize. They are best suited for experienced dog owners
The cost of owning a Molossus of Epirus can vary depending on factors such as breeder, location, and medical expenses. However, they can cost upwards of â‚¬1000-â‚¬2000 ($1200-$2400) to purchase and require regular expenses for
Yes, Molossus of Epirus dogs have a protective nature and can make good guard dogs. However, they should be trained and socialized properly to prevent aggression towards strangers.
Yes, Molossus of Epirus dogs require a lot of exercise to stay healthy and happy. They should have at least 1-2 hours of exercise per day, such as long walks or runs.
Molossus of Epirus dogs can be good with children if they are socialized properly from a young age. However, due to their size and strength, they should always be supervised around children.
Molossus of Epirus dogs can be prone to hip dysplasia, bloat, and other health issues. Regular vet check-ups and proper nutrition can help prevent these issues.