Top 10 Mountain Dog Breeds

1. Appenzeller Sennenhund

One of four closely related Swiss mountain dog breeds created to labor on farms, herd cattle, and pull heavy carts is the Appenzeller Sennenhund.

2. Bernese Mountain Dog

The Bernese mountain dog, the largest of the four closely related Swiss mountain dog breeds, is the only one to have a long coat.

3. Caucasian Shepherd Dog

The Caucasus mountain range, a vast area between Europe and Asia, is where the Caucasian shepherd dog first appeared.

4. Entlebucher Mountain Dog

The smallest and swiftest of the four closely related Swiss mountain dog breeds is the Entlebucher mountain dog, commonly known as the Entlebucher Sennehund or cattle dog.

5. Great Pyrenees

The Great Pyrenees is a stunning sight to witness with its enormous size and white coat. The Pyrenees mountain is where the breed derives its name.

6. Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

Of the four kinds of Swiss mountain dogs, the bigger Swiss mountain dog is the oldest and largest.

7. Kuvasz

Since the Middle Ages, horses, sheep, and cattle have been protected in Hungary by the kuvasz, a sizable, all-white livestock guardian.

8. Saint Bernard

The majestic and loyal Saint Bernard is renowned for saving stranded tourists on the snowy Swiss Alps.

10. Newfoundland

The native landscape of Newfoundland is steep, rocky, and full with dangerous cliffs.

10. Bedlington Terrier

Their Bedlington Terriers are among the least appealing dogs to look at due to terrible hairstyles.