The Biggest Dogs in the World - There Be Giants
Wednesday, 3 August 2011
The English Mastiff
The Great Dane
The Irish Wolfhound
The Scottish Deerhound
The St Bernard
weight to protect his owner rather than his teeth. This makes the breed sound a little aggressive but the Leonberger will imprint deeply and quickly on to his adopted human family. A very agile dog, the Leonberger needs a lot of exercise and often astounds it owners by its athleticism, especially considering the size of the breed. Until properly trained the dog can be a little like the St Bernard – over energetic and somewhat willful but after the third year usually calms down and becomes the gentle giant that this breed is known to be.
The Neapolitan Mastiff
The Dogs of War: A Tribute to the MWD - The Military Working Dog
MWD - the Military Working Dog.
Image Credit Flickr User US Army
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