Large Puppies

Large dog breeds will grow up to weigh 60 to 100 pounds. These puppies will grow up to need plenty of exercise and usually need a yard to play in.

Airedale Terrier

This dog is more popular in Europe than America but is a great family dog no matter where you live.

Alano Espanol

Since this breed was used for hunting in packs, it is very sociable with other dogs. All large dogs must be well socialized with humans and other animals when young, if they are to be safely kept as pets. Large working dogs such as the Alano Español need regular training and activity for their whole lives.

Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog

The Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog is described as trainable, dutiful, and responsible, with impressive capabilities as a guardian of family and property. It is very protective, but can be loving in the home.

Alaskan Malamute

Only for the most experienced dog owner, the Alaskan Malamute is still used today as a sled dog, but also makes an affectionate family pet.

American Bulldog

The American Bulldog is a loyal, reliable, brave and determined breed that is not hostile. This dog is also alert and self-confident and genuinely loves children.

Australian Shepherd

Australian Shepherds are easy-going, and they remain puppy-like even in their adult years. As they are courageous and naturally protective The Australian Shepherd makes a fantastic watch dog for the home and family.

Basset Hound

The Basset Hound's almost permanent sad-like facial expression helps this dog get a lot of attention and sympathy.

Bernese Mountain Dog

These cheerful dogs love children. They are very intelligent, easy to train and are natural watchdogs, but not overly dominant. The Bernese Mountain Dog will be a friend for life.


Whether in the show ring or as a family pet, the Borzoi is an elegant dog with a gorgeous silky coat.


The Boxer is happy and playful dog. In fact, many owners say that this energetic large dog breed does not grow out of the puppy stage!

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