You must be gentle in your training however. They are very sensitive and even raising your voice can upset them, and certainly NEVER be physically aggresive with them during training. A scared dog can easily become a violent dog, and given that they have a bite force very nearly equal to that of a lion (about 700 psi) and with some members of the breed able to pull a couple TONS on a sled, you dont want this breed to become aggresive. It is VERY importent to socialize them as puppies with other animals and people. This reduces the potential for aggressive behaviour as they become adults. Overall they are a little higher on the maintainance side, have a lower life expectancy than most breeds (about ten years), but are one of the most loving, loyal and endearing breeds out there in my opinion.
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Plan ahead for handling the death of your dog, and you’ll be fine enough in an apartment. Morbid, I understand, but I’ve heard of a case in the Washington DC area where the dog died, the owner could not carry the body, and it was July. Gets ugly quickly. Yes you can breed an English Mastiff with a Caucasian Shephard, but why would you want to, those are going to be some big dogs. What if you have a hard time finding homes for them, unless you know for sure you have them sold or given away, I wouldn’t do it. You could end up 14 or so mixed breed puppies. If you can raise and keep the left overs for the rest of their lives, go ahead try it if needed to. You are going to end up with a bunch of dogs that are not, just for anyone to own.