This ancient breed of huge, intimidating, and powerful dogs has existed for thousands of years.
Similar to the Tibetan Mastiff, Chow Chows resemble lions because to their bushy mane.
These powerful, hairy dogs are named after the German city where they were first bred, despite their looks.
They resemble large cats because of their extremely dense fur, broad nose, and appealing eyes.
Or as we choose to call them, Lion Coat Shar-Peis. This sub-variety of the Shar-Pei is distinguished from other kinds by its long, fluffy coat.
Pomeranians are one of the most popular pets currently, and it's easy to see why when you see how adorable they are!
Newfoundlands are large, frightening canines. They can weigh over 100 kg! But do not be fooled by their size.
Gaddi Kutta, also known as the Himalayan Sheepdog or Indian Panther Hound, are frequently confused with Tibetan Mastiffs.
The Pekingese is the last dog that resembles a lion on the list. In ancient China, these small lions were originally bred as companion dogs.