10 Working Dogs that are Strong and Cuddly

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Akita

Japanese Akitas are symbols of long life. Their guarding is dignified. Big and fluffy, Akitas need firm training. Minutes after barking at intruders, the dog will love you.

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Alaskan Malamute

Mals are true pack dogs. They enjoy family companionship and other pets. Alaskan Malamutes are hardworking sled dogs. Don't leave them home alone for too long.

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American Bulldog

English Bulldogs from the 1700s bred American Bulldogs. They protected livestock, carried loads, and caught predators. Dogs make great pets if they get enough exercise. Bulldogs love games.

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Bernese Mountain Dog

Large, sweet, friendly Bernese Mountain Dogs. Gentle, strong pets are worth it. Bernese Mountain Dogs are friendly and easily trained.

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Boerboel

In South Africa, Boerboels protected homes and families from large predators. They're large but sweet; some make good therapy dogs. Calm and smart, Boerboels are easy to train if started young.

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Boxer

Boxers are athletic and active. If trained and socialised early, these dogs make good family pets. In the 1800s, German nobility bred boxers as hunt dogs. Active kids are happy.

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Cane Corso

Battlefield and farm dogs make Cane Corsos independent. Untrained children may choose when to obey. Cane Corsos are skilled and have a cool, aloof demeanour.

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Doberman Pinscher

Fearsome guard dogs, Dobermans. They're not vicious but protect their families. Dobermans are smart, energetic, affectionate, and kid-friendly. Dobermans need constant attention.

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Dogo Argentino

These athletic dogs are smart hunters. Dogo Argentinos were bred as hunting and fighting dogs in Argentina in the 1930s. Today, he's a devoted dog who's not afraid to do his job.

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Eurasier

They are loyal and calm. They are smart and protective. Involve your Eurasier in family activities and keep training interesting to avoid boredom and boredom.

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