Rottweilers were designed to herd huge animals, pull carts, and be guard dogs. Big and strong were needed for their tasks. Rottweilers still nuzzle things, animals, even people. 


Great Danes are enormous and have lovely, placid attitudes; they're "gentle giants" Great Danes were bred to be powerful boar hunting dogs that could hold their prey. They became family companions and watchdogs. 

Great Dane

Known for their strength, huskies pull huge sleds through icy terrain. Siberian nomads bred the Chukchi dog to pull hefty hunting sleds. The Chukchi dog has a thick winter coat and a fast metabolism. 

Siberian Husky

German shepherds are used as working dogs for their strength and endurance. They were German hunting and herding dogs. Their athleticism and intelligence.

German Shepherd

Don't be fooled by their height. Bulldogs are powerful because they were once combat dogs. Bulldogs were utilised in 13th-century bull-baiting. They fought larger, stronger bulls in these contests. 


You presumably picture a Saint Bernard with a brandy cask around its neck on a snowy mountain. This photograph shows how dogs rescued missing travellers in the Swiss Alps. Originating over 1,000 years ago. 

Saint Bernard

Indigenous people bred the Alaskan Malamute and the much smaller Siberian husky for various purposes. The Husky was bred for speed and endurance to pull sleds, whereas the Malamute was bred for strength. 

Alaskan Malamute

Doberman pinschers originated in early 1900s Germany. Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann created the breed to be a companion and guard dog. The Doberman is powerful, athletic, and friendly. 

Doberman Pinscher

Rhodesian ridgebacks got its unique "ridge" when European settlers brought domesticated dog breeds to South Africa and bred them with a native ridgebacked dog. 

Rhodesian Ridgeback

Chow Chows are tiny, strong guard dogs despite their fluffy appearance. Modern Chow Chows are docile, loving family dogs, despite popular belief. They're tough and loyal, and most enjoy a game of chase.

Chow Chow

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