1. The Caucasian owcharka
At number 1 is the Caucasian owcharka or also called the Caucasian shepherd. They are quite large, but not very heavy. The height of the male is at least 65 cm high and that of a bitch at least 62 cm. They can, however, be up to about 70 cm high, withers height. The caucasian shepherd is a solid race with a somewhat aggressive temperament. He weighs about 45 kilograms. They are a reasonably intelligent and obedient breed that was bred in the Caucasus Mountains to keep people from predators.
2. The Newfoundland
The Newfoundlander is number 2. This bear of a dog was originally bred as a working dog for the fishermen of Newfoundland, Canada. Newfoundlanders are large, reliable dogs that get their name from the country where they were bred. Adult males measure about 71 cm at the withers and females about 68 cm. They can weigh up to 80 kilograms. Newfoundlanders are known as very skilled swimmers to save people in need from the water. This is because their thick coat of fur and flippers enable them to easily overcome the icy Atlantic.
3. The Mastino napoletano
Our number 3 is called for the Mastino napoletano or also Neapolitan mastiffs. These dogs with too many sheets are fearless and very protective companions. Males can grow to 75 cm and bitches up to 70 cm, height at withers. They are large beds with lots of skin around their muzzle, which gives them a sad appearance. This is because their epidermis hangs loose from the subcutaneous skin all over their bodies. Neapolitan Mastiffs have large legs and can weigh up to 90 kilograms.