Newfoundlands are more than polite and kind they're positive. This water-rescue breed isn't extremely active but enjoys swimming and hiking. Newfoundlands enjoy humans, especially kids, whom they watch.  This breed has no character flaws, however it sheds, drools, and is heat intolerant.


Friendly Bernese Mountain Dogs love consistent, caring handling. Males of this energetic breed are larger than females. Another huge breed that doesn't like heat and humidity. Bernese Mountain Dogs have a thick fur and shed extensively, like Newfoundlands.

Bernese Mountain Dog

Ancient Mastiffs are still impressive now. Mastiffs adore their families but are guarded towards outsiders. These loyal dogs will put up with children's pranks and guard them when necessary. Mastiffs shed a lot yet are easy to groom.


Kindhearted Popular dog breed: Great Dane. Originally bred to hunt wild boar, these dogs now protect estates. Low activity levels belie the Great Dane's former energy. Great Dane puppies benefit from socialisation. Low-maintenance and low-shedding.

Great Dane

The Saint Bernard is a saintly giant dog breed. These sluggish, patient dogs are incredibly trainable. They're famous for their rescue work and adore snow play with kids. Young Saint Bernards are energetic and shed, slobber, and drool. Good-natured dogs calm down as they age.

Saint Bernard

These wolf-hunting dogs are peaceful and sweet-tempered. Irish Wolfhounds are peaceful in the house and respond well to obedience training. Irish Wolfhounds are low-maintenance. They shed, but not seasonally like double-coated dogs.

Irish Wolfhound

The Great Pyrenees is an affectionate, superior guardian. This dog will guard your house or Chihuahua. Great Pyrenees aren't playful, preferring to watch the home. These dogs require minimum maintenance, but shed heavily.

Great Pyrenees

Alaskan Malamutes love people. The extroverted Malamute needs training to minimise hostility toward other dogs. This noble breed needs exercise. They like cold and snow, making them good sled dogs. Malamutes sweat profusely. The Alaskan Malamute may be a wonderful companion despite its working-dog mindset.

Alaskan Malamute

Leonbergers enjoy water sports, pulling sports, and trekking. Friendly, yet superb watchdogs. This intelligent breed doesn't get along with same-gender dogs. Leonbergers prefer cooler climates, like many large dog breeds. The Leonberger's thick coat and huge bulk necessitate extra maintenance effort.


The Dogue de Bordeaux is a robust, independent breed that needs a strong owner. They're peaceful indoors and need moderate activity. Most are compassionate but family-protective. It slobbers, snores, and sheds year-round. Their creases need frequent washing.

Dogue de Bordeaux

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