9 Great Giant Dog Breeds

Mastiffs are gentle, easygoing friends despite appearances. If you live in a small apartment or house, remember this. Huge dogs need space and training.

Mastiff

This breed is kind, lively, friendly, and loyal. Their broad arms and plop-anywhere attitude make them pleasant to be around despite their size.

Great Dane

The Leonberger is a large, calm working dog. This breed is recognised for its strong familial bonds and emotional intuition. Leonbergers make great pets and therapy dogs.

Leonberger

Kind, hardworking Newfoundlanders. They helped fisherman and saved lives with webbed feet and waterproof clothing. They safeguard children with kindness.

Newfoundland

St. Bernards are search-and-rescue dogs and service animals. They're child-friendly pets. Some Saint Bernards don't realise their size, thus training is needed.

Saint Bernard

Dogue de Bordeaux is a slobbery, affectionate dog. This giant-headed dog is devoted and compassionate despite its intimidating appearance. It's a family-protecting guard dog.

Dogue de Bordeaux

Powerful and friendly, Great Pyrenees. It guarded sheep and homes for ages. Breeding. This dog needs exercise and obedience training to be well-behaved.

Great Pyrenees

Irish wolfhounds were battle, hunting, and home guardians. Modern wolfhounds are usually companions but still hunt and protect. They need more space and exercise

Irish Wolfhound

The Neapolitan mastiff has roots in the Roman army's combat dogs. They became watchdogs. This breed has loose skin, large bones, and a sluggish movement.

Neapolitan Mastiff

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