Some people live by the motto bigger is better, and it extends to their dogs too. There are many large dog breeds, each with different care and training needs. Most large dog breeds were bred for a purpose or function. Some breeds were meant to be hunters, others guard dogs. Dogs with great endurance brought livestock or produce to market or protected the farmers animals. Knowing the dogs original purpose can be very important in determining the amount of exercise a dog will need. Large dog breeds that were bred to work all day will need daily activity to work off their energy.
This dog who just wants to tan.
Giant George, the dog who likes to relax on the couch.
This dog who wants a hug.
This adorable dog who kind of resembles a wolf.
This dog trying to watch TV.
This dog who doesnt like to go to the vet.
This dog who is definitely hogging the couch.
This dog who just wants to escape that rat thing on the floor.
This dog who you cant hide treats from.
This dog who takes babysitting too seriously.
This dog who likes chairs.
This dog who could mop my entire kitchen by rolling over once.
This dog who thinks the sink is his water bowl.
This dog who just wants to be a kid.
This dog who doubles as a stool.
This guy whos convinced hes a lap dog.
This dog who just wants to cuddle.
This dog whos basically a horse for Chihuahuas.
This dog whos investigating something.
This dog whos dreaming of bacon and bones.