The distinctive black, red, and white markings on its dense coat have made the Greater Swiss Mountain Dog, a big, incredibly strong worker, famous. Dependable and obedient Swissies worked as draft dogs, herders, and general pasture dogs to earn their food.
Superior to what? Considering that a Greater Swiss may reach a height of 28.5 inches and weighs as much as a midsize person, they might easily be taller than you. Swissies can transport a flock across the slope foot of a mountain because they are incredibly agile and muscular. The coat is an eye-catching tricolor of red, white, and black. Usually, a white marking on the head and muzzle (the “blaze”) activates a charming look. The adjective “majestic” is used to characterize a number of large mountain dog breeds, but Swissies basically coined it.