What Large Breeds of Dogs Do You Know?

Bull Terrier

Charming and mischievous, bull terriers may appear intimidating but they're actually extremely friendly, playful, and sometimes goofy. Another plus? The extremely short coat requires little grooming.

Bernese Mountain Dog

These dogs may be one of the largest dog breeds, but they're gentle giants with a sweet, calm, and affectionate nature. Bernese Mountain Dogs are eager to please, which mean they're typically easy to train.


Among the rarest of dog breeds, Chinooks were first bred to be all-purpose sled dogs. They're known to be devoted family pets that are intelligent and patient — plus, they're also the official state dog of New Hampshire!

Cute Small Dogs

French Bulldog

The Frenchie requires minimal exercise and has an incredibly big personality. They are playful, adaptable, alert, and irresistible, especially with those bat-shaped ears, the short nose, and the heavy wrinkles around it.


This is a German breed that is full of energy and is as feisty as it is small. In German, the name Affenpinscher means “Monkey Dog,” which is particularly suitable for these playful little pups. The breed descended from the multitude of small terriers which were used back in the 17th and 18th century as rat and mice catchers.

American Eskimo Dog

The American Eskimo Dog can be standard, miniature, or toy-sized. The smallest ones will reach a mere 9 inches of height at the shoulder. They have a sparkling white fluffy coat with a lion-like ruff around the neck, and a Samoyed-like smiling face.

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