Great Dane

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


Mastiffs look tough, yet they're gentle, easygoing friends. Keep that in mind if you live in an apartment or smaller home. These huge dogs need plenty of space and behaviour instruction.


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.


Newfoundlands make great pets and employees. Webbed feet and waterproof apparel helped save drowning victims. Their nature is to help and protect, especially children.

Saint Bernard

Saint Bernards have huge hearts. They're calm, child-friendly household pets. Some Saint Bernards don't recognise how big they are, thus training is necessary.

Dogue de Bordeaux

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.

Great Pyrenees

Big Pyrenees are nice. This ancient breed has long guarded livestock and homes. Very lively. This dog needs exercise and training to be good.

Irish Wolfhound

Irish wolfhounds hunted, fought, and guarded. Modern wolfhounds hunt and protect as pets. They need more space, exercise, and larger homes than other huge breeds.

Neapolitan Mastiff

Neapolitan mastiffs descended from Roman battle dogs. They watched. Loose skin, massive bones, and slow movement characterise this breed. It's loyal, protective, & mellow.

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