Special Report

The Biggest Dog Breeds in the US

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22. Caucasian Shepherd Dog
> Weight: 99-170 pounds
> Height: 23-30 inches
> Popularity: Not ranked
> Life expectancy: 10-12 years
> Personality: Fearless, Bold, Kind
> Group category: Foundation Stock Service

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21. Great Pyrenees
> Weight: 100 pounds & up (male), 85 pounds & up (female)
> Height: 27-32 inches (male), 25-29 inches (female)
> Popularity: 70 out of 197
> Life expectancy: 12-10 years
> Personality: Smart, Patient, Calm
> Group category: Working

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20. Romanian Mioritic Shepherd Dog
> Weight: 100-130 pounds
> Height: 27-29 inches (males), 22.5-28 inches (females) inches
> Popularity: Not ranked
> Life expectancy: 12-14 years
> Personality: Loyal, Independent, Confident Guardian
> Group category: Foundation Stock Service

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19. Tosa
> Weight: 100-200 pounds
> Height: Minimum 21.5-23.5 inches
> Popularity: Not ranked
> Life expectancy: 10-12 years
> Personality: Fearless, Patient, Vigilant
> Group category: Foundation Stock Service

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18. Komondor
> Weight: 100 pounds or more (male), 80 pounds or more (female)
> Height: 27.5 minimum inches (male), 25.5 minimum inches (female)
> Popularity: 178 out of 197
> Life expectancy: 10-12 years
> Personality: Loyal, Dignified, Brave
> Group category: Working

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