Top Ten Most Protective Dog BreedsIf you were in a situation where someone was threatening to kill you which one of these dogs would you have on your side.
SO my aunt has a shepherd mix who HATES other dogs execpt one dog but we're not focusing on that dog. So this mixd breed dog comes running up to me growling when I'm walking her and ella (that's my aunts dogs name) jumps up and growls so loud. my aunt grabs the leash and I run back because it was nasty. The cousin comes in ans starts kicking the other dog with his foot until the dog starts to chase my little brother, which made ella think one thing "Kill. Protect." and her hair was standing up. Truth is, ella wouldve killed that other dog. She's not afraid to protect her loved ones.
Yup, 100% true. Here is a story.
I went to Poland once with my dog to see my grandmother. She had a dog. Once, I had the task to feed him. But when I did, he jumped and bit a piece of my cheek off. My dog saw that and almost killed that other dog. He sat by me when I cried and always kept that dog away from me. He was at a leash, but it broke. When it was fixed Coraggio (the name of the dog) always stayed with me and kept that other dog away from me, cause the leash was a bit too long.
I have grown up around GSDs my whole life. I love them. Loyal, cute, smart and protective. They will not hurt a fly unless aggrovated. They will scare away and intiminate all intruders, yet are gentle towards their families.
My dad had a German Shepherd and when I was young I would play with him but sometimes he didn't like it so all he'd do is nibble at my ear.
Ooh yes rotties are protective. My moms friend had a rottie mix and the mix got in a fight with another dog. My moms friend didn't get hurt when she broke them up WITH HER BARE HANDS!
When I was a baby and we went on a walk, my Rottweiler would literally check on me every few minutes.
Scrap this dog as well again Aggressive, dangerous and has no place on the planet.
I own a 3 year old male Rottweiler and he's the best thing that happened to me.
My dogs have always protected me. Once when I was a young baby, my mom was in the shower. If me or my brother made ONE NOISE, he would go to the bathroom, take his head and open the curtain of the shower, and make my mom come out. The dog I currently have, when I cry she will always be beside me. I love my dog I have now, and I love Max.
I have a black lab mix she is the best dog. She is VERY protective of our family. She is also VERY gentle. And I would have to say that she is the best dog I have ever had.
Labradors and Golden Retrievers share the top spot here, awesome family dogs, loving and loyal and will never turn on a person like other dogs like shephard, dobermans, rotwielers, pitbulls these dogs are not cute, they are DANGEROUS.
I had a black lab when I was seven. She protected me and my friends. Labrador Retrievers are pretty protective.
SCRAP this dog, its only feature is to be aggressive, they are not cute just dangerous and have place on the planet.
Dobermans can protect a big spot of land becuse they can run fast!
But they are not good with children and are not good family dogs.
My bullmastiff Gus will do anything I ask and would protect me to the death if need be, always let's me know if someone is around but never in an overtly aggressive way. Wonderful family dog my kids can use him as a pillow, jungle-gym, or anything in between.
I currently own a 5 year old Bullmastiff named Diesel. This dog would literally protect me to the death, yet he has been trained to do so. He makes a very good protection dogs and I don't think anyone would be messing with me any time soon!
My bullmastiff passed away three months ago. We are still grieving... He was the most awesome pet. So kind and extremely protective of his family. He was always by my side. So loving to all of us. Best dog!
I love bullmastiffs! They are so sweet and are always there for you! My best friend has one named hank and I love him so much! ;-)
My border collie isn't that protective, but that's just her personality.
My border collie is very protective (she's fence aggressive but the sweetest thing you'll ever meet)
I have a Husky mix, and he is VERY PROCTECTIVE. He is super sweet and kind to everybody, but even if me and my dad are wrestling, he gets extremely upset because he thinks we are hurting each other. He is very protective of our house and yard. Many people think huskies would leave with a burglar and aren't good guard dogs, but I have to disagree. My husky is an excellent watch dog with excellent hearing, and he is also pretty intimidating being so big and with his sharp teeth and fierce growl and bark when he is upset.
I have a 2 year Pit Bull and he's very protective, even around my dad's friends. He'll bark and growl until someone puts him outside to bark. Chihuahuas are very snappish; I should know, my neighbors have 2. But when it comes to size, Pit Bulls have won. Yeah they can bark at the thief but that's it. Whenever my cat comes into the house, he barks at her so we just decided to take her to SC where my cousins live. He even barks at my poor fish! So, extremely protective of their home,
Pit bulls are known to be aggressive because owners don't know how to take care of them properly search up Cesar Millan and find out how to really take care of you dog.
Pitbulls are worthless dangerous dogs owned by people who are uneducated and generally living in bad urban enviorment. Scrap this dog.
I think this should be number 1!
Yes a bit too protective in my opinion. There's one chained up down our road and I'm scared because it barks at EVERYONE that walked past and jumps and stuff
I used to have a giant schnauzer. Wait no it was a miniature schnauzer sorry. They were great dogs. When I was about 2 they would always be by my side, since I had epilepsy. They watched me eat jello when my dad fed it to me, and if any dropped, would kindly make sure to clean the floor right away. These are great dogs
They are very protective
Beagle are so protective that people use beagle to protect their family
They are protective, but since they are so smart, they understand easily when someone is nice or threatening.
They are always paying attention to threats, I love these dogs!
From newborns up, if they are a part of the family, they'll die to protect them. Pronouns can be applied in various ways and still be valid. Go Boxers!
Chihuahua's are a very protective breed. Mine saved my life, and I will always be grateful. They may be small, but they are smart and agile. If I had to chose between getting attacked by a big dog or getting attacked by a chihuahua I'd pick the big dog. A chihuahua who has labeled you a threat to their pack, will not back down. they deserve far more respect as a breed then they get.
Very protective... Love these dogs! They just want to protect their owner. They are very sweet in my opinion.
They make good watchdogs but can't scare people away.
So they can't be guard dogs.
Very good dogs and they will absolutely let you know if someone's around!
Ok, I have a golden retriever with black lab, (Which should be on this list.) And he is SO protective. He HATES men and he still will attack women though. My dog had to go to the vet for the first time and we had to switch vets because our first one was a male had he hated him. He will attack any dog or person hat comes near me or the yard. He has a doggie gf and the female dog named ruby had puppies with him. Ever since ruby and her family moved away, my dog has been so devastated.
My friend's golden retriever who is only 2 months old barks at me when I enter their house. She is sweet when she gets used to you, but she will bark at anyone who didn't come about 6 times in a row.
These thing are not protective I hit a friend who had one of these and the dog did nothing
I love st brenards. they are adorable as puppies and even though I don't have one of my own, they are so awesome, and I really want one. They are protective as well. I love this breed of dog, no matter how much it sheds or drools.
Very protective! Love them!
A pug on this list. Seriously? I like pugs but they're not "protective dogs." Although there were cases of pugs saving people, those were not from dangerous people or dangerous animals.
My pyrenees always lies by the front door of our house,and when someone opens it he barks,to make sure it is someone he knows.