Many of us have welcomed new four-legged family members during the lockdown over the past 18 months as the Kennel Club has seen the number of dog owners increase by almost 8% to almost 250 000 compared to 2020.
If you are looking for a new furry addition to your home, choosing the right breed is absolutely essential. For example, opt for a small dog if you don’t have much room at home or a hypoallergenic dog if you have allergies.
But if you have plenty of space and an active lifestyle, you might want to consider a larger dog – which tends to make loyal, loving companions and is often more adaptable and easier to train than their cousins. Smaller.
So if you want to have a dog and âgo big,â these are the 10 biggest gentle giants out there.
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