Chow Chow: With their thick double coat, distinctive blue-black tongue, and lion-like mane, Chow Chows are often compared to bears, particularly the giant panda.
Tibetan Mastiff: This massive, heavily coated breed has a bear-like appearance, with its thick fur and substantial size. They are excellent guard dogs.
Eurasier: Eurasiers have a fluffy double coat, a bushy tail that curls over their back, and a friendly expression, which can give them a bear-like look.
Caucasian Shepherd Dog: This large, powerful breed, known for its protective instincts, often has a bear-like appearance due to its size and heavy coat.
Keeshond: Keeshonds have a fox-like expression, but their abundant double coat and pointed ears can give them a bear-like appearance.
Newfoundland: Newfoundlands are large, gentle giants with thick fur, and their size and webbed paws can make them look bear-like, particularly when they're wet.
Samoyed: Samoyeds are known for their fluffy white coat, "smiling" expression, and bear-like appearance, especially when they stand on their hind legs.