Do you know which dog breeds are the largest in the world? There is no universal height or weight at which a dog breed is officially classified as large, but some breeds weighing more than 45 kg are considered gigantic.
The average height of these giants is 69-91 cm, and weight can vary from 68 to 110 kg.
Initially, the breed was used to protect livestock from wolves and other predators.
The breed of dogs of gigantic sizes, descending from working dogs from the Italian and Swiss Alps, which were originally bred as lifeguards.
Pyrenean Mastiffs are very large dogs: they are 77-81 cm tall. The average weight is 70-81 kg, although you can often see dogs weighing more than 100 kg.
The tallest breed of dog in the world. The minimum height at the withers is 80 cm.
One of the oldest breeds that served as a guard dog in the monasteries of Tibet, and also accompanied the nomads in the Himalayan mountains.