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The Anatolian Shepherd was bred initially to guard livestock and with origins in Asia Minor, made a great companion to shepherds, and was also effective during war and for hunting.
The Beauceron, thought to be descended from the Doberman, is an excellent herding and watch dog, and is fearless, vigilant and patient.
The Cane Corso originates from Italy, and was used for hunting and protecting, but is loyal, obedient, and intelligent.
The German Shepherd was specifically bred to have the best features of the breed, and was used on both sides of both World Wars.
The Great Dane is from unspecific origin, but is guessed that it is from the mix of the Irish Wolfhound and the Mastiff, and is bred for hunting.
The Akita is from the Honshu region of Japan, and used to be owned only by the Shogun, and later Helen Keller brought it back too the United States.
The Alaskan Malamute is one of the oldest breeds of domesticated dogs, dating back to 3,000 b.c, with the tribes inhabiting Alaska.
The American Bulldog is a descendent of the English Bulldog, and has been selectively bred for specific traits, including bravery and action in the face of danger.
The Bernese Mountain dog, named after the Swiss breeder Berne Canton, is believed be a mix of the Mastiff and Roman native flocking dog.
The Greater Swiss Mountain dog originates from the Swiss Alps, is a highly protective dog because of their natural herding instincts, loves children, and is loyal, loving and extremely watchful.
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