The World’s Largest Dog Breeds: 15 Giant Dogs

The world’s largest Dog Breeds care for respect and admiration, even by their owners. And most of the time, it makes them worth the hidden cost of owning a dog.

So in honor of the great dog friends, we present our list of the largest dog breeds in the world.

These are the largest dogs breeds:

  1. Scottish Deerhound

You don’t give a deer-like name to a chihuahua. The Scottish Deerhound has long legs to thank for its position as one of the largest dog breeds in the world. They must be large, given their origins in Scotland. As the name suggests, they are used as a courier in deer hunting, only large dog breeds could survive the job.

  1. Mastiff

Mastiffs are divided into different varieties around the world. Overall, they are all usually great. In particular, there is the Italian Neapolitan Mastiff at around 130-155 pounds, the French Mastiff at 125-150 pounds, and the famous English Mastiff, which holds the record for the heaviest dog in the world and often gains up to 250 pounds. The record was an English mastiff named Aicama Zorba who weighed 343 pounds.

  1. Newfoundland

We’ll give you one guess where the Newfoundland race is coming from. Like Hunting Dogs, Newfoundland is used to help the fisherman. They tow nets, dock boats, and even catch falling objects. Naturally, dogs are excellent swimmers, aided by a thick double coat that keeps them warm even in icy waters.

  1. Cane Corso

The muscular and sporty sugarcane Corso has an almost noble appearance, making it one of the most photogenic large dog breeds. Their personalities seem to encourage this reputation. They are intelligent, confident, confident, and physically capable. Add size to it and you have a dog designed to protect it.

Read more about Cane Corso Breed, Character, Healthcare and Informations

  1. Winding

A breed that has become a fur, Kela is big enough to raise cattle. While it may not be as heavy as the other major breeds on this list, its weight increases its agility. Kangal can reach up to 30 miles per hour. When this dog chases a car, it comes back with a bumper.

  1. St. Bernard

Known as the iconic Alpine rescue dogs that rescued passengers with alcohol jugs around their necks, St. Bernards are mostly family dogs. Their friendly demeanor and large, fluffy jackets are as good for the boredom of young children as they are for the hypothermia of missing hikers.

  1. Leonberger

Leonberger was consciously bred as one of the largest dogs in the world. It’s a deliberate mix between St. Bernard and Newfoundland, a touch of the Great Pyrenees. Leonberger seems to have inherited the best traits of his ancestors. It has such behavior and a tendency to save St. Bernard, the ability to swim from Newfoundland. In short, this dog is a great lifesaver.

  1. Black Russian Terrier

Terriers are not all known for their size, which makes them a black Russian terriers rather than black sheep. Although black Russian terriers are known to be a little reserved among guests, they are passionately loyal to their insiders and make great family pets. This means that they will appreciate it if you take them on your next family vacation.

  1. The Great Pyrenees

The ‘great white’ of the Great Breeds of the Great Pyrenees is known for its distinct fluffy white (or sometimes gray) coat. Originally a herding dog in the steep Pyrenees mountains, today’s large Pyrenean dogs still share the same athleticism, balance, and coordination as their ancestors.

  1. Irish Wolfhound

Like the Scottish Deerhound, the Irish Wolfhound is another breed with the name of Action Hero. Again, they were raised as disciplines, especially to hunt wolves. The Irish Wolfhound is statistically the largest dog breed in the world, with a maximum average height of 32 to 34 inches from paw to shoulder. Perspectively, the Irish wolf-dog is about the size of a donkey.

  1. Bully dude

The bully kutta, or Pakistani mastiff, is now descended from the extinct Alaunt race. Obedient and educated, bully-dudes are unfortunately popular in dogfighting rings. Despite this unfortunate ill-treatment, bullies are learning in nature.

  1. Kuvasz

As the Great Pyrenees, the pooch is a thick, white coat that sometimes curls, giving it the appearance of a large sheep. Although kuvasz dogs are not as big as their mountaineering cousins, they are prone to guarding and herding cattle. This breed is also known to have a silly sense of humor.

  1. Bernese Mountain Dog

Recognizable by the multi-colored coat, especially around the head and face, Bernese Mountain Dogs are one of the friendliest large dog breeds. They make great pets because of their friendly, calm attitude. And they don’t damage family photos with a distinctive look.

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  1. Akbash

Along with Kangal, Akbash is the second Turkish Shepherd on our list of the largest dog breeds in the world. Although Akbash is not as large as Kangal, it is still a capable farm, very attentive with iron persistence.

  1. Dachshund

Even though the Irish wolf-dog lost in the medium, the largest dog in the world today is a Dachshund. The Guinness Book of Records crowned a 3-year-old dachshund named Freddy as the world’s largest dog in 2016. Freddy is 7 feet 6 inches with his hind legs, making him taller than most people. He weighs 196 pounds. Unfortunately, Danes are also one of the 10 dog breeds that insurance companies don’t want to cover.

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Written by Sammy

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