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1. Bernese Mountain Dog - this dog is very popular and big. Weight ranges from 38 kilograms to 50 kilograms, height from 58 centimeters to 70 centimeters. They have three colors - black, brown and white. Ever patient and loyal, this large dog breed would make a great addition to any family with children.

2. Collie - dog is familiar from movie Lassie. These dogs have a sharp mind and a friendly nature. Weight ranges from 23 kilograms to 34 kilograms, height from 51 centimeters to 61 centimeters. These dogs are very loyal and most non-aggressive unless it is trained to be such. The Collie is good with kids and is very gentle.

3. Mastiff - is one word perfectly describes this dog - powerful. This dog is huge. Weight ranges from 40 kilograms to 70 kilograms, height from 60 centimeters to 75 centimeters. They are excellent guard dogs. While Mastiff looks angry it is surprisingly affectionate, gentle, and extremely loyal. He has great patience with children.

4. Great Dane - this dog looks like a tower in comparison with most dogs. Weight ranges from 45 kilograms to 54 kilograms, height from 71 centimeters to 76 centimeters. Despite their size they are calm and friendly. These dogs require a lot of love and attention. Appropriate for people with a large yard because they like a large space.

5. German Short-Haired Pointer - hunting dog, who is bold, intelligent, strong and gamesome. Weight ranges from 20 kilograms to 30 kilograms, height from 53 centimeters to 63 centimeters. Is ideal dog for people who love an active lifestyle. The German Short-Haired Pointer requires lots of exercise and regard.

6. Rottweiler - this is a very popular dog, even though it is often portrayed negatively. Weight ranges from 42 kilograms to 50 kilograms, height from 56 centimeters to 68 centimeters. He is calm, easy to train, curious. Strong character. Protects his host. A serious and confident. It is necessary to properly train and educate otherwise the dog may become angry and aggressive.

7. Standard Poodle - superiorly intelligent dog. Weight ranges from 21 kilograms to 35 kilograms, height from 37 centimeters to 45 centimeters. They are lively, affectionate, and become good friends. They are watchful, but non-aggressive. They are savoring the active life and want to participate in all family activities.

8. Golden Retriever - dogs having a heart of gold. They are dedicated, well-mannered, intelligent, charming. They are easy to train. They like to be outside, surrounded by people. Weight ranges from 27 kilograms to 38 kilograms, height from 51 centimeters to 61 centimeters. They are friendly with everyone, so they are perfect for living together with children.

9. German Shepherd - endlessly clever dogs, often working in the police. These dogs can learn a great deal. Weight ranges from 22 kilograms to 40 kilograms, height from 55 centimeters to 65 centimeters. They are fearless, energetic and alert. Very obedient and easily trained. German Shepherds are not only the best guards, but also great friends, agreeing with the children in the family.

10. Labrador Retriever - Very cheerful, gentle and loving dog. This is a very active dog, regardless of its size, easily and freely moving. Weight ranges from 25 kilograms to 36 kilograms, height from 54 centimeters to 57 centimeters. Labrador Retriever loves the attention, there is harmony with people and other animals.

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