BIG DOGGOSARE THE BEST DOGGOS!
The Beauty of The Beast
While all dogs are wonderful there is something about big dogs, whether pure bred or mongrel, that is simply magnificent.
Welcome to Big Doggos!
While every dog deserves a loving forever home, big dogs require a special committment. Healthcare and boarding of the bigger breeds is more expensive, and you can’t just leave your Great Dane at your relative’s house for a few days if you decide to go away.
Big dogs are more challenging in other ways too. A badly trained small dog can be a nuisance, but an out of control big dog is a danger to himself and every one around him.
But no matter the extra expense and time you must invest in your large or giant breed dog, you will be repaid in spades with the love and loyalty of an outstanding and unforgettable companion.
At times in its history the Rottweiler dog breed has had an undeserved bad rap but there is no doubt that with the right training, socialization, diet, exercise, Rotties make fine family companions, gentle, calm, loyal and protective..
The mighty Molosser with the melting face, the Neapolitan Mastiff is an impressive, majestic dog, loyal, calm and imposing. They make excellent family dogs but they require consistent early training, and that the family members all have a high tolerance for slobber.
One of the most recognizable and popular dog breeds in the world, the German Shepherd is known for its loyalty, intelligence, and versatility. They are also athletic and highly trainable and can work with their handlers under extreme pressure which makes them popular in police, the military, and for search and rescue.
Do you have a big doggo? One sad fact about our large four-legged friends is that the giant breeds tend to have shorter lifespans. There’s not much we can do about that except love the bejesus out of them while they are with us and make their lives as happy and healthy as possible.
If you have your heart set on a big doggo, it is especially important that you buy from a breeder who participates in genetic testing screening for the disorders and diseases that are common in their breed, like hip dysplasia or cardiomyopathy.