Most intimidating looking dogs
The puli is incredibly observant and suspicious, making him ideal for alerting his family of threats immediately.
He is very active and well-suited to lifestyles that include running, hiking, and other outdoor activities.
In general, larger dogs are more intimidating to would-be intruders, and those breeds make more sense if you’re looking for a family companion who can not only warn you about intruders, but help protect you from them as well.
Training, socializing, and providing plenty of exercise are all vital for this breed.
Large and protective, Akitas were bred to protect their families.
You need to socialize this breed well if you plan to have them around other people or dogs.
Similar to Dobermans, Rottweilers simply look intimidating.
Luckily, that’s usually enough to deter would-be intruders, even if your Rottie is a big ball of love (which is often the case).