This breed is considered to be Hungarian, although it probably descends from Tibet. This large breed tends to be gentle with his family and young children; however, he is a tough protector. He needs to be supervised when children are playing with him to make sure he doesn’t misunderstand the rough and tumble games. Kuvasz is reserved with strangers and can be aggressive with strange dogs, that’s why the early socialization and training is so important with this breed. Kuvasz has a moderate energy level and requires long daily walks. The average weight of the Kuvasz is 70 to 115 pounds, and the size is about 26 to 30 inches.
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Elegant and eye catching, these majestic dogs were named for the mountainous region in southwestern France, where they spent their days historically as sheep guarding dogs. Weighing in at over 100 pounds in adulthood, Great Pyrenees have beautiful, weather resistant coats, V-shaped ears and are consistently pure white in color. These regal companions have calm, sweet dispositions, are loyal and protective by nature, and make great family dogs.
Built to pull carts and work hard in central Switzerland, the Bernese Mountain Dog is believed to be more than 2,000 years old. Bernese are incredibly loving, affectionate, and devoted family pets. Their calm nature and patience are ideal around children, and they are willing and quick learners. The distinctive black, white and rust colors of the Bernese are uniform throughout the breed. Bernese Mountain Dogs thrive in larger living spaces, because of their size and moderate energy level.