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These Big Fluffy Dogs Are So Adorable, You’ll Want to Hug Your Screen!

Most dog lovers in the world often face a dilemma when it comes to choosing what kind of furball they want to choose as their BBFs. While some love small, adorable fluffballs to play with, others prefer bigger dogs as their four-legged friends, because they’re just the perfect size for hugs and cuddles when we need some love to take away the day’s stress. If you’re searching for the best dogs to pet, then look no further. Here are some of the biggest dogs in this world that are so fluffy, they’ll remind you of a giant teddy bear!

French Mastiff

French Mastiff can weigh up to an astounding 140 pounds! So make sure to prepare enough space and room to accommodate this massive dog in your house.

French Mastiff can weigh up to an astounding 140 pounds so make sure to prepare enough space and room to accommodate this massive dog in your house

Most dog lovers may get intimidated when they gaze at a French mastiff dog due to its powerful, domineering aura, towering physique, and frowning facial expressions, but dog experts say that this breed is anything but violent. They are friendly, affectionate, and incredibly loyal to their masters. But experts warn that you must prepare enough space if you want to own this giant furball, though, since its height can reach up to 26-inch tall at your shoulder.

Newfoundland

When we talk about the breed Newfoundland, most dog lovers confuse the strange name with a babysitter or Nana, especially if they’ve watched the play J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan. It’s a no brainer why Barrie chose this adorable dog to watch over her gorgeous children since it’s big enough to scare away any intruders but a total softie at heart, especially for its masters. Despite its massive size, this dog is a gentle beast and has a kind spirit. This breed can stand tall and proud at 29 inches tall and weigh up to 150 pounds.

Leonberger

Experts warn dog owners not to keep two Leonbergers of the same gender though as they tend to get aggressive with each other.

Experts warn dog owners not to keep two Leonbergers of the same gender due to their tendency to get aggressive towards each other

For those animal lovers who want to snuggle with their dogs while sleeping, then you can never go wrong with this majestic Leonberger. This breed is affectionate and patient towards their masters, much like the Newfoundland. However, their height goes beyond 31-inch above normal shoulder length, and they can weigh as heavy as 170 pounds.

Irish Wolfhound

True to its name, this breed, originating from Ireland was once used for wolf hunting. Despite its fierce purpose back then, the modern Irish Wolfhounds have adapted to family living and domestication. They are calm, intelligent, loyal, and gentle animals despite their massive size. This breed can stand up to 32-inch tall and weigh around 180 pounds.

Great Dane

Great Dane became immensely popular when it got featured into the hit TV-cartoon series, Scooby-Doo.

Great Dane became immensely popular when it got featured into the hit TV-cartoon series, Scooby-Doo.

Thanks to Scooby Doo, most dog lovers started getting attracted to the Great Dane dog. While this breed is generally affectionate and loving, they’re also protective to their masters in times of crisis. They’re gentle towards children, but should never be provoked. Otherwise, you might encourage aggressive behavior unknowingly.

Caucasian Shepherd

The dog experts warn you should only consider owning this breed if you excel in obedience training and socialization. Since Caucasian Shepherds were used for herding livestock, they can get aggressive if they feel threatened.

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