Largest Dog Breeds - American Kennel Club

 Large dogs age as if their adult lives are running at a faster pace than smaller breeds.
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Topping out at nearly 28 inches at the shoulder and often weighing more than 100 pounds, with a large head, alert expression, and muscular frame, Cane Corsi are at a glance intimidating creatures. Bred as guard dogs for centuries, their imposing appearance is their first line of defense against intruders. As one writer put it, “An understated air of cool competence, the kind of demeanor you’d expect from a professional bodyguard, is the breed’s trademark” and completes the picture of a dog not to be trifled with.
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Diamond’s quality controls were absolutely appalling before their recalls. Since then, they have tightened up their controls (they had to) and made other changes to their manufacturing process. You will not find me claiming that their food is the best available. However, it is the cheapest with good ingredients. Based on ingredients alone, they rank with foods that cost twice as much. Now, this other savings has to come from somewhere. It likely comes from open source competition per lot and other compromises, but also comes from less advertising dollars. That is by far the largest expense for any company (not R&D, unfortunately). We feed a food brand that we trust more (Earthborn is the main one in our rotation, but we tend to try a lot of different foods for variety), but the breeder of our puppies has fed Diamond to her dogs for over 20 years and loves it. She has one of the top 2 dogs in the country of her breed (may be #1 now since the Championships, I’m not positive) and owned the dog with the most BIS wins of any in our breed history here in the States. Those specimens ate nothing but Diamond, and their structure and coat/teeth quality is unimpeachable. No evidence exists to link high protein intake to skeletal disease in large breed dogs.
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Photo provided by FlickrThe world’s largest dog breeds convey respect and admiration, even from their masters. And most of the time that makes them worth .
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There are dogs and then there are DOGS. Large in both size and personality, these pups may require some extra muscle, but they're worth the effort. Here's a sampling of large dog breeds.The dogs have a great reputation for their protective nature and beauty. They have been working as watchdogs since 3000 B.C, to protect livestock. The large breed is very gentle, obedient and loyal. They can have an average height of 30-39 inches and weigh between 52 -59 kg.Mark Twain once said “If you pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous, he will not bite you. This is the principal difference between a dog and a man”. These words from the great American author surely make you think about the greatness of dogs. The largest breed like Mastiffs, Great Danes and St. Bernard are strong enough to attack you like wild animals. But once you give enough care they can be your best companion. The followings are 10 largest dog breeds in the world.Irish Wolfhound Extra Large Dog Breeds in Dog - Tap the pin for the most adorable pawtastic fur baby apparel! You'll love the dog clothes and cat clothes! If your family is planning to add a dog to the mix and wants to avoid breeds that require a ton of maintenance, here is a list of great Large Dog Breeds That Don't Shed. Not only are these great pets in general, the lack of shedding means they are better suited for becoming an indoor pet for your family.The Anatolian Shepherd is a large and powerful dog breed native to Turkey. They originally developed to protect the livestock. This large breed weighs up to 68 kg. The Anatolian Shepard dogs are known for their agility and endurance.