The Great Dane is a loyal, respectful, and caring companion. Because they are both patient and protective, this makes them ideal for families with young children.
Originally bred to hunt large animals, they require early training and a great deal of exercise, but are one of the best guard dog breeds.
The Rhodesian Ridgeback is a large, powerful animal. Its original function was to hunt lions, therefore it will not worry the typical intruder.
Children will soon learn who they can trust and who isn't if you take your time exposing them to new people. They have an innate tendency to be wary of strangers.
These dogs were bred to herd livestock, thus they are naturally courageous and able to confront larger creatures.
The Doberman's innately aggressive temperament has been bred out, resulting in very pleasant family dogs with the ability to protect.
The Bullmastiff is a natural guard dog because it was designed to guard vast estates, but if properly socialized and trained, it is calm and relaxed with its owners.
They are exceedingly curious and suspicious, which makes them ideal for alerting you to any danger posed by a stranger whose appearance or odor they detest.
They are not the tallest species, being only 65 cm tall, but they are extremely muscular and powerful. Until aroused, it is likewise a submissive pet.
German Shepherds are frequently shown as guard dogs. These easy-to-train dogs are loyal, have a high stamina level, and perform well under duress.