I don’t know you or your situation. However, I can tell you how to do your own research to find the dog you want.
Google “large white short-haired dog,” then check out the breeds that show up. By “checking out” I mean you should
- look at images.
- read up on the characteristics each breed is known for.
- read up on the strengths and weaknesses of each breed re health and life expectany
- read up on the strengths and weaknesses of each breed re performance for whatever it is you want your dog for. If pet, is the dog good with children, other dogs/pets, etc.
- what are the costs of food, grooming, and veterinary.
The answers should help you decide which breed best meets your needs, i.e. which dog is good for you. Be aware that meds for dogs are prescribed according to body weight, as well as food and water. In other words, the larger the dog, the more expensive its upkeep.