Cane Corso: A majestic and powerful dog breed that was bred for loyalty and defense in ancient Rome. To avoid owning the owner, good training and socializing are required.
German Shepherds are big, smart, and loyal. Police and the military use them for hunts and rescues. Strong, reliable, and a lot of power. Nine to thirteen years.
Great Danes are big, strong dogs noted for their friendliness, playfulness, and protective instincts. They are imposing yet gentle giants with a lifetime of 8-10 years, originally bred to hunt.
Newfoundland dogs are large, robust, intelligent, and excellent swimmers. Rescue dogs are used as working dogs. Sweet with children, he got the moniker "nanny dog."
Siberian Huskies are medium-sized but powerful dogs. Extremely active, with remarkable endurance. Loyal and delicious, ideal for sled pulling and load animals.
Pit bulls are ferocious biters that were bred from Bulldogs and Terriers. PSI of 235. Frequently misused for illegal fighting. Loving, devoted, and trainable. Life expectancy is 8-15 years.
The Irish Wolfhound is the AKC's tallest dog. Hunters who are friendly and calm, but also brave. Can kill a wolf or an elk. Only lasts for 6–10 years.
Rottweiler: AKC approved breed in 1936, standing up to 27" tall, weighing 135 pounds, and living for 8-10 years. Mastiff ancestors, strong and protective.
The Swiss Alps are home to strong, playful, and lifesaving dogs called Saint Bernards. Rescuers in snowy areas who are known for being kind and caring.
Mastiff: Since 3000 B.C., a big, strong, and loyal bodyguard. Up to 230 pounds and 30 inches tall. Only live for 6–12 years.