Dogs are said to be man’s best friend. Sometimes they act as your dearest pals, companions or even buddies during your rough times. Some people prefer them to be large so that they feel more secure and protected.
In this article, you will see some of the biggest dog breeds of the world. Have a look:
The bullmastiff is gentle and quiet, a devoted companion and guardian. It is not easily roused, but once threatened it is fearless. It is stubborn and cannot easily be goaded into action against its will. Some can be aggressive toward strange dogs, but it is generally good with other household dogs and pets. It is good with children, but it may not be playful enough to satisfy some children. The bullmastiff needs a firm but loving home. It is not for fragile or timid owners.
A powerful, heavy, but athletic dog, the Tibetan Mastiff is built to combine strength and agility. Its body is slightly longer than tall. Its walk is slow and deliberate, while its trot is powerful and light-footed. The whole appearance is impressive, with a solemn but kindly expression. The coat, which is noticeably heavier in males than in females, is thick and fairly long, especially around the neck and shoulders. The tail is densely coated and the hind legs well feathered on the upper parts. The hair is coarse, straight and hard, standing off from the body. It carries a heavy undercoat in cold weather, but little undercoat in warm weather. This combination of coat types allows the Tibetan Mastiff to endure the extremes of Tibetan weather.
Great Dane or called in short as Danes or Gentle Giants are powerful dog. Great Danes have appearances as follow; long head in rectangular shape, deep muzzle, black nose, medium-size deep-set eyes, erect ears after cropped or leave them as natural, straight front legs, tail is set high, and coat is short and thick with colors of brindle, fawn, black, blue, and merle. The Great Dane is usually a incredibly old breed, identified because the “Apollo of all dogs.”. Dogs resembling the Great Dane have appeared on Greek income dating back to 36 B.C. You can find also drawling’s of these dogs on Egyptian monuments from roughly 3000 B.C.
Originating in Germany in the mid-1800s, the Leonberger was a favourite of European royals. Strong and imposing, this household guardian closely resembled a lion. Today, its affectionate manner makes him an excellent therapy dog, or children’s companion. But don’t be mislead by his cuddly disposition – prospective owners must train this pet properly. With many Leonbergers weighing over 120-lbs., they naturally believe that they’re the boss. (Image courtesy of Fran Cozens)
Saint Bernard came from the Swiss Alps. It was employed as a working dog to rescue mountain climbers on that Alps. The dog is 27-35 inches high at the highest level of the back and the male one can grow up to 73-117 kg. The Dog is not aggressive yet proper training is needed to make the dog manageable.
Irish Wolfhound is an old dog which seldom employed to hunt wolf in the past. Irish Wolfhound can weigh 40-69 kg and it can grow up to 28-35 inches tall. The dog is smart, instinctive, patient, intelligent and can be any kid`s best friend. Some believe the dog is not suitable to be employed as a guard dog.
What do you think of these dogs breeds and which one do you find most amazing? kindly comment…