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The dog is man's best friend, Most have their pets, let's see who the biggest dogs in the world are. Wooooow!!!!
Dogue de Bordeaux
The Dogue de Bordeaux is a loyal and very brave breed from France. This breed has been used in many work roles - from towing a cart to guarding. Other names by which these dogs are known are the French Mastiff, the Bordeaux Mastiff and the Bordeauxdog. This dog is mostly known for its massive head, muscular body and fearless temperament. The American public first noticed this dog after the release of the 1989 film Turner and Hooch starring Tom Hanks. After that moment, these dogs gained immense popularity and have maintained it to this day. The French Mastiff is a family dog that is good and obedient in most cases, but can sometimes become stubborn. Before you go looking for Bordeaux Great Dane breeders, be sure to study this breed to make sure it is the right choice for you. These dogs are not suitable for people who spend most of the day outside the home. You need to devote your time and energy to training and socializing if you want your dog to be well behaved. If you do not work with the dog, he will certainly develop behavioral problems that can lead you into many awkward situations. With the right approach, you will get a loyal friend with whom you will enjoy every minute of the day.
A large dog with strong bones and a strong body. Long and sharp hair, and softer on the head and abdomen. The colors are dark or light gray, sand, tiger or yellow, reddish brown with a black mask. A nimble, fast and energetic dog. He is loyal and extremely attached to his owner. It is intended for deer hunting, which mostly uses the sense of smell. He is calm and barks a little. He is obedient and easy to train, he gets along well with his owner. He should be accustomed to other animals, because of his pronounced hunting instinct.
Kuvas is a big dog, with a pleasing appearance. It exudes strength and courage. The body parts are proportionate, harmonious. It is not very elongated or charged. Its extremely strong musculature shows readiness for fight. Almond eyes give off great warmth, intelligibility and fidelity. Chest deep but not too wide, correct construction. In the resting position the backs are flat. It is well developed. It has a good tooth that speaks of its past. The color of the fur is white or the color of ivory. The fur is wavy, you typically cook fur. The skin has dark pigmentation. The voice is deep. He learns quickly. He is especially suitable for training guard, shepherd and defense jobs. Faithful, kind but very distrustful of strangers. He reacts suddenly, sharply and because of that his attack is very dangerous. He does not like sharp movements and distractions from the side, especially when eating . Kuvas is a dog that likes to dominate the environment in which it resides. It is a dog that has a certain self-initiative, a dog that * requires * to decide for itself what is good and what is bad for its owner. Kuvas is seemingly uninterested but always on guard and always in sight master, ready to react at any moment. The female kuvasa is somewhat smaller and gentler. A sacrificed mother, who is able to raise, often, numerous litters. Calmer and more obedient than the male who is sometimes prone to excursions. Every space intended for kuvasa seems small. Kuvas is a dog that is looking for a safe man for a master, a man with calm thoughts, strong hands and a stable character.
This brawny guard dog of the Siberian steppes can tip the scales at 140 pounds and stand as high as 30 inches at the shoulder. They’re much taller when the huge, brick-shaped head is considered. The tousled, all-black coat is warm enough to allow Black Russian Terriers to patrol some of the coldest habitable places on earth. The old expression “He moves well for a big guy” applies to this nimble-footed giant. The character and temperament of the Black Russian Terrier is of utmost importance. The Black Russian Terrier is a calm, confident, courageous and self-assured dog, although they can also be stubborn and lazy. He is highly intelligent and adapts well to training. The Black Russian Terrier was initially bred to guard and protect. He is alert and responsive, instinctively protective, determined, fearless, deeply loyal to family, is aloof and therefore does not relish intrusion by strangers into his personal space. Shyness or excessive excitability is a serious fault. If you have a family with children, the Black Russian Terrier is a great fit for it. They are great companions for children since they have a strong guarding instinct towards children. Female Black Russian Terriers have more patience and will to play with children, but both sexes get along well with kids.
Large and extremely strong dog, wide chest and flat stomach, large head with a square snout. He has small dark brown eyes. The ears lie over the head. It has thick, straight, thick, greasy and waterproof hair, which can be black, bronze or white with black surfaces. It has a large, thick and hairy tail that is raised when running. The largest Newfoundland dog weighed 120 kg. Great temperament, extremely gentle, good-natured, patient, brave, obedient dog. Devoted to families especially children, loyal friend.
He has a deep bark, is easy to train, so he can be a good guard. In short, it is a gentle and gentle giant.
It tolerates cold well and can sleep outdoors. Due to its large and thick hair, it is more difficult to tolerate high temperatures. He likes open space and water where he can swim. But due to its mild nature, it adapts to different conditions.
A large, strong, harmoniously built and robust dog. Abundantly thick and coarse fur is made of two layers and the color usually varies in shades of gray, although other colors are allowed (for example: white, brown, honey color, etc.). The tail is muscular and bends at the top. The head is proportional to the size of the body and is approximately 25 cm long. The muzzle is wide, gently tapering towards the tip and is black. The nostrils are regular and wide. The eyes are almond-shaped, dark or light brown in color. The ears are triangular and rest on the head. An exceptional guardian who is part of his instinct. Brave and determined. He is loyal to his master and the family he lives with. Distrustful of strangers, but does not attack a person for no reason. It has been used for centuries as a protector of the herd.
Bernardine can best and most easily be described in two words - a benevolent gin. He has a large head, a broad skull, a short snout, and large, brown eyes. These dogs are large, with a broad back, deep chest and strong thighs. The normal height of males is 70 to 90 cm, and females are slightly lower. The weight of males ranges from 64 to about 120 kg, and females are thinner. Despite his size, he is quite calm, which makes him a great friend of the family. Although it is good even indoors, it also needs a wide yard where it will be able to spend its energy. He can live in smaller facilities, as long as you have time to satisfy your daily needs for activity.They are very intelligent and want to listen, but they can also be a little stubborn, so it is best to start training on time. Especially you have to do it because of their size, so that there are no accidental, unwanted situations (when they "throw" to greet someone or pull you along with the leash). Such chaotic scenes can be nice in a movie, but we don't believe that in real life you would be thrilled to "fly" on the sidewalk together with your "Beethoven". When training, be consistent, relaxed, using basic rules.
The Irish Wolfhound is one of the largest dogs in the world. It is very strong, and at the same time quite light for a dog of that size. His head is long, his ears are small and his eyes are dark. He has a strong and muscular neck, and he wears his head upright and proud. The abdomen of this dog is tight and slightly retracted, the chest is deep and wide. The coat is quite long and hard, covering the entire body of the dog as well as the legs. It passes over the eyes and lower jaw on the head. It appears in the following colors: gray, red, completely white, black and deer brown. The average height of males is between 81 and 86 cm, and the minimum allowed height is 79 cm. The minimum weight is 55 kg.
It is a really great dog. In addition to being an exceptional hunter, as a pet he is extremely attached to his family and owner. He is quiet and sociable, he does not like to spend time alone, he will enjoy being surrounded by his human family the most. He does not suffer neglect or any kind of rudeness. They need early socialization and training, and a consistent owner who will know how to properly and positively train this dog. They are great and careful with children, but due to the size of this dog, it is not recommended to leave them with children unattended so as not to accidentally injure them in the game. They are never aggressive towards people, but they have an exceptional protective instinct if any member of their human family is endangered. They will get along well with other pets if they have grown up together.
The Great Dane is a very large dog, with an exceptional temperament, so it is often called a "gentle giant" or "Apollo among dogs". It is believed that the first evidence of the existence of this breed appears on the minted ancient Greek money from the year 36 BC, on which an image of a dog is engraved, very similar to today's Great Dane. Today, it can be said with certainty that Great Danes were bred in the Middle Ages in German courts where they served as guardians. The forerunners of today's Great Danes are dogs that were used to hunt wild boars and bears. It is assumed that today's Great Dane was created by crossing mastiffs and Irish greyhounds. This is how very tall, slender, strong and agile dogs were born.
With its massive body and broad head, the Mastiff is the largest breed in terms of mass. On average, it is slightly larger than the Bernardine, although there is a significant overlap between the two races. Although the Irish Greyhound and Great Dane can be up to 15 cm taller than the Mastiff, the Mastiff is much heavier.
The body of the mastiff is large and strong, with widely spread front legs. The length of the body measured from the shoulders to the buttocks is greater than the height of the spine. The minimum height of this breed, according to the AKS (American Kennel Club) standard, is about 75 cm to the shoulder for males and 70 cm to the shoulder for females. A typical male weighs from 68 kg to 113 kg while a typical female weighs from 54 kg to 91 kg, with very large exceptions reaching 130 kg and more.