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Which dog is the most? Tell the largest breed of dogs.

Answer # 1:

English Mastiff - an old English breedDogs that bear the status of the largest breed of dogs in the world. The average growth of these giants is 69-91 cm, and the weight can vary from 68 to 110 kg in males and from 54 to 91 kg in females. The record holder of this breed is a huge English mastiff named Aikama Zorba, who got into the Guinness Book of Records, with a height of 94 cm and a weight of 155.58 kg. Mastiffs-aristocrats are known for their power, courage, balance and peace. They perfectly cope with both the role of the guard dog and the role of the companion dog.

The Spanish mastiff is a breed of giant dogs,The birthplace of which is Extremadura, Spain. Initially, the breed was used to protect livestock from wolves and other predators. The growth of the male of the Spanish mastiff ranges from 77-88 cm, weight - 80-120 kg, the height of the bitch at the withers is 72-88 cm, weight - 70-100 kg. This noble giant will be a wonderful friend to all family members and a reliable house guard.

German dog. In the photo - the tallest dog (German dog Zeus) and the smallest dog (chihuahua)

Answer # 2:

St. Bernard or the Moscow watchdog

Answer # 3:

Irish Wolfhound

Answer # 4:

Wolf Fenrisiksky

Answer # 5:

Irish Wolfhound. As an example

Answer No. 6:

Irish Wolfhound

Answer No. 7:

English mastiff

Answer No. 8:

The largest dog (according to the Guinness Book of Records) for today is the German dog called Zeus. Only not the Zeus, which is in the photo above at Hollyvood.
If you need the most massive dogs, the recognized leaders in this category are English mastiffs.
Here you have the top 10 major breeds: the Great Dane, the Irish Wolfhound, the Scottish Dirhound, the English Mastiff, St. Bernard, Leonberger, KO, CAO, Newfoundland, Mastino.
You can still admire the bulls kutta (3rd photo, on the first two Zeus).

Answer No. 9:

St. Bernard.

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Answer No. 12:

Dog. St. Bernard of Newfoundland. Irish Wolfhound

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