Top 10 Most Majestic Types of Giant Dogs Breed

Great Danes may resemble small horses, but their temperament is what makes them good companions. They're kind, playful, and devoted goofballs.

Great Dane

Mastiffs are muscular yet gentle giants. Their large size can be problematic in small spaces. They need room and obedience training.


The Leonberger is a large working dog with a gentle nature, known for bonding strongly with its family and being a great therapy dog.


Bullmastiffs were bred to stop poachers by crossing mastiffs and bulldogs. Today they are friendly giants, capable guard dogs and loving friends.


Newfoundlands are loyal, hardworking water dogs, with webbed feet and waterproof coats. They love to help and protect, especially children.


Saint Bernards are gentle giants often used for search and rescue. Though friendly with children, training is vital to manage their size.

Saint Bernard

The Dogue de Bordeaux is a loyal and friendly breed, often mistaken for a fierce dog due to its massive head. It's a capable guard dog.

Dogue de Bordeaux

Great Pyrenees: oldest breed with guarding history. Active, needs daily exercise & obedience training for well-behaved dog.

Great Pyrenees

Irish wolfhounds were once used for war and hunting. Nowadays, they make great companions while still retaining their protective and hunting traits.

Irish Wolfhound

The Anatolian Shepherd is a large livestock guarding breed from Central Anatolian Plateau. They're tough dogs with a history of protection against threats.

Anatolian Shepherd

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