We all know that dogs bring so much love to people’s lives. Everyone owns a dog knows that from the first day you bring home a four-legged fur ball, your life has changed forever…for the better. They really are the best. When it comes to protecting your home, there are several types of dogs that have their own way of doing things. Today we are going to discuss some best guard dogs.

Giant Schnauzers

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Giant Schnauzers are not only intimidating because of their pretty big size, but they also have a very intense bark and their bite is not weak in the least bit.

Akita

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The Akita is known to be a very intelligent and intense breed. They are very loyal to their owners and are fairly standoffish to strangers.

German Shepherd

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A lot of us wouldn’t be surprised that a German Shepherd made the list. This breed is thought of as a “herding” dog and is bred to run the border.

Chow Chows

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Chow Chows have the reputation of not being the friendliest. But they actually make the perfect guard dog. They were once used to guard the great places in Asia, making them very protective.

Kuvasz

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The Kuvasz was originally bred to guard livestock which explains why they would be good at guarding your home as well. They generally have a sweet nature, unless provoked.

Shar-Pei

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Don’t let those adorable rolls fool you. The Shar-Pei doesn’t play around when it comes to protecting its family. Originally, they were bred to be an all-around farm dog.

Doberman

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Having a Doberman just stand next to you already freaks out a lot of people. That’s why if people saw that you owned one, chances are they wouldn’t even try to mess with you.

Komondor

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Komondor is a very “reserved and serious” breed when it comes to strangers. They are bred to work alone, so your house is safe when no one is around.

Belgian Malinois

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The Belgian Malinois does not mess around. This herding dog intends on making sure no one hurts their family. Their intensity and drive have made them popular in guard dog work.

Rottweilers

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Rottweilers are intimidating enough to make sure no one comes sneaking into your home. They are sweet and easy going with family, but strangers should be cautious.

Bullmastiffs

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Bullmastiffs are brave and loyal dogs that ensure the protection of their loved ones. Their size intimidates many, but they’re actually very affectionate dogs.

Ridgebacks

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Ridgebacks are very reserved with strangers but loving and affectionate with their family. Originally bred as hunters and family protectors, you don’t have to worry about these dogs.

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