THE EYES OF THE WARRIOR
People were far more fearful of those dogs than we are today of our watch dogs and defense dogs. This was due to the Molosser’s well-known aggressiveness and the lack of weapons (guns or shotguns) back then which could hit the dog from a safe distance. No thief in those times would have wished to find themselves engaged in a hand to hand with a Molossus guard dog, not even if they had a dagger.The color of the dog’s eyes was also important. Yellow was preferred, although the most terrifying were silver-colored. The eyes of a ghost, which instilled fear.