Large Dog Breeds

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Looking for information about Large Dog Breeds? From Labrador Retrievers to German Shepherds, Dobeman Pinschers to Golden Retrievers, Dog Adoptions Central offers accurate and informative details on all of the most popular big dog breeds in the USA and Canada.

Learn all about each large dog breed, including a general profile, history, appearance, personality traits, health issues, care concerns such as nutrition, exercise, grooming and training. Each profile from our list of large dog breeds will help you decide on the right breed of dog to choose for your family.

Large Dog Breeds Listed From A to Z


Rottweiler Breed Information

All About Rottweiler Dogs and Puppies

The Rottweiler is a very robust and beautiful dog. Powerful and fiercely loyal, they are believed to have ties back to the ancient Romans, where their ancestors helped to drive cattle on the long war marches. Today’s Rottweiler no longer drives cattle, but has instead become a favored companion animal, particularly in the United States. Owning a Rottweiler requires a great commitment and a lot of responsibility, however, and it’s important to research this breed, and your individual dog, very carefully.

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Labradoodle Dog Breed Information

All About Labradoodle Dogs and Puppies

The Labradoodle, a crossbreed from a Labrador Retriever and a Poodle, is a handsome, playful dog. For the most part, he has inherited the best qualities from his poodle parent -low shedding and low dander, and from his Labrador parent – gentle temperament and trainability.

Since 1989 when this breed was first introduced, the Labradoodle is somewhat varied in appearance. The spectrum of colours ranges from nearly white to black with many winsome mixes in between. The coat’s texture ranges from a subtle wave to a curly cotton ball quality.

Perhaps the best known feature of the Labradoodle is its extraordinarily cute appearance and mild disposition. Frankly, they’re just the nicest dog one can image.

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Goldendoodle Dogs & Puppies

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Thej “golden child” of all the designer dog breeds Goldendoodles are a blend of two wonderful dog breeds: the Poodle and the Golden Retriever. Goldendoodle Dogs and Puppies Central showcases everything about this amazing, hypoallergenic hybrid breed of dog.

Whether you wish to learn all about Gokdendoodles, find a reputable breeder offering healthy and well-socialized Goldendoodle puppies for sale near you, locate Goldendoodles for adoption by owner, find Goldendoodle rescues, or shop for Gokdendoodle books, calendars, gifts, trinkets and dog supplies, we strive to offer something for every Goldendoodle dog lover.


All About Goldendoodle Dogs and Puppies

This is a generalized description of the Goldendoodle, a cross (or hybrid) breed of Golden Retriever and Poodle parentage. Individual dogs may vary widely in appearance, behavior, and temperament.

A cross between the Golden Retriever and the Poodle, the Goldendoodle hybrid (also called Golden Poo, Goldiepoo, or Groodle) is credited to breeders in Australia who wanted to create an intelligent, people-loving, low-allergy dog similar to the Cockapoo but larger in size. The original intent was to develop a suitable service dog for disabled individuals with allergies.

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German Shepherd

All About German Shepherd Dogs and Puppies

One of the most beautiful and easily-recognizable breeds in the AKC, the German Shepherd has long captivated us with his noble and wolfish appearance, his loyalty, and his versatility. Able to learn and adapt to almost any new task set before him, he is a master of many trades, some of which include herding, assisting those who are blind or disabled, protection and guard duty, acting in television and movies, and assisting the police force. Whether you meet one in person or see him on the silver screen, the German Shepherd is a noble breed and one that is sure to capture your heart.

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