Q&A: What breed of dog is more protective of Children, or their owners?

Question by isewise: What is of , or owners?
Well back in the Day, our “Gypsy” was very protective of our .
Wow! after reading all of these sensible great answers, I can't determine which is , they are all so genuine and wonderful. so I will check each of your total points, and make my selection on who could use the 10 pt.s at this point. thanks to all of you for your in put.

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Answer by Nomad Nomad
my yorkshire terrier is 🙂

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    • ali03
    • December 6, 2013

    i would say any type of dog is protective of their owner

    • bigsis1on1
    • December 6, 2013

    Newfoundlands and St. Bernard’s are recognized as some of the best children’s dog along with labs and Golden’s. Newfoundlands and St. Bernard’s are sometimes considered the Nanny’s of the dog world and are extremely gentle around children and extremely protective. They aren’t attack dogs but just being huge in general will keep a lot of unwanted company at bay. They will protect at any cost and will bite if they feel their child is endangered thus why they land below labs and Golden’s who very very rarely bite on purpose.

    • keezy
    • December 6, 2013

    The most protective dog is one that is a part of the pack and understands it place.
    When I was a kid our Sheltie was very protective of me.
    I had a friend that had a Standard Schnauzer that was very protective of her sons.

    • Thorhalla
    • December 6, 2013

    That could be any breed.

    Growing up we had many dogs and they were all protective of us children.
    Husky/Collie mix
    Bloodhound
    2 Border Collies
    Wolf/Husky mix
    And a few other mutts that were dropped off on our farm and who we had no clue what breed they were.

    • Dog Lover
    • December 6, 2013

    FLAT COAT RETRIEVERS ARE VERY PROTECTIVE, ACTIVE, AND PLAYFUL. = GREAT FAMILY PETS.

    http://www.justme.ws/pics/groups/23142.jpg

    • aye bee
    • December 6, 2013

    GERMAN shepherds
    DOBERMANS
    mastiffs

    dogs that tend to bond with the family very will

    • cobaltspero
    • December 6, 2013

    any breed of dog is protective of their owners because they are their family. even the little breeds are as protective as the bigger breeds. sometimes even more protective.

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