Powerful dog breeds are strong, independently minded, but very loyal and protective of their owners. These are the strongest dogs in the World, with the strongest bite force to match. Some of them are on insurance company black lists, due to a history of attacks causing physical harm.
No matter what type of dog you own, proper training is compulsory for each and every one of them. There are various types of training, and the kind of training the owner chooses depends entirely on what the owner wants to achieve with his or her dog.
1. Dogo Argentino
The Dogo Argentino is a pack-hunting dog, bred for the pursuit of big-game such as wild boar and puma, and possesses the strength, intelligence and quick responsiveness of a serious athlete. His short, plain and smooth coat is completely white, but a dark patch near the eye is permitted as long as it doesn’t cover more than 10% of the head. The ideal Dogo Argentino is a study in harmony.
He is large, powerful, and athletic. His strong head is supported by a thick, but elegant neck that connects to a balanced body, which is sustained by straight, substantial forelegs and very muscular, medium-angulated hindquarters. The Dogo gives the impression of explosive power and energy. Developed to find, chase and catch dangerous game the Dogo must have a good nose, great lung capacity, and a powerful, yet agile, muscular build. His expression is alert and intelligent, with a marked hardness. The Dogo is instantly identifiable by his short, completely white coat.
2. American Pit Bull Terrier
Both the American Pit Bull Terrier (APBT) and the American Staffordshire Terrier (AST) descended from a group of old style Bulldogs and old style terriers that were present in the 1800s both in the UK and in the United States. Breeds were originally developed for bull baiting, dog fighting, farm work and to serve as a guardian of people and property in their respective countries. Both breeds look similar to each other, but the differences lie in the dog registries that recognized the breeds at the time.
American Pit Bull Terriers were acknowledged by the United Kennel Club in 1898 as their very first breed.
3. Irish Worlfhound
This is a beautiful breed but the beauty only masks the aggression that occasionally comes to the surface when strangers are around. It was used a wolf hunting dog as it is strong, muscular and very fast. Weighing 120 pounds, it is great when used as a guard dog.
4. Siberian Husky
Bite force; 320 psi
This breed of dogs is immensely strong, and they are resilient to the extremely cold temperature. Siberian Huskies are ideal working dogs and are often found with pioneering explorers in the Polar Regions.
It is not always suitable to every home since it is capable of jumping over fences at ease. The Siberian Husky has a bite force of 320 pounds. It has also got a tendency to howl rather than barking. If proper level of training is provided, this is a fierce and loyal dog which is great with children.
Bite force; 328 psi.
It is a great house pet. This species is well known for its obedience, loyalty, and gentle temperament. It amazingly responds if trained properly, and thus, it can be easily domesticated.
They are quite quick in defending their territory and family when a threat is perceived. It has a bite force of almost 330 pounds and is packed with muscle; it is quick and agile in its movements, despite its bulk.
Its intelligence and ability to work well with humans make it an extensively used breed in search and rescue operations. Visually impaired people often use it as guide dogs.
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