Toughest dog breed P4P?

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  1. ThinkGreen

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    They do have the biggest p4p brains.
     
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    Bully Kuttas look dominant. Dang
     
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    So big it makes their eyes pop out of their skulls.
     
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    Here's a Canadian Eskimo dog bro-ing down with a polar bear

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    ^^^^looks to me like its just a domesticated wolf.
     
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    Rhodesian ridge back.
     
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    Bobcat, timberwolf, honey badger, wolverine, etc would get the better of a pit of equivalent size more often than not IMO. These are animals who survive/thrive in the wild; pits are housepets. Its like comparing a pro boxer to a glorified street fighter.
     
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    Cats take on animals way bigger than themselves all the time in the wild. Cats are naturally much stronger than dogs. A 500lb pitbull would still get killed by a 500lb lion. The reason you see little cats chase bigger dogs and beat them up. Cats body's have been built to kill not fight.
     
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    Mountain lions are not 200 lbs either. The average (according to google) is ~130 lbs.
     
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    That's a 200lb cat in the pic. I used that pic to compare a dog and cat of equal size.

    A 200lb male cougar is not that uncommon in some parts of North America
     
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    A game pit will kill any wolf or wolf hybrid. This has been tested before.
     
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    Do you have any sources on that? That seems like a pretty tall order.
     
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    Haha wish you were around to see my dog ( a goofy husky ) make absolute bitch out of the angriest pitbull I'd ever seen.
     
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    Caucasian mountain dogs I think
     
  15. smellmyfarts

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    No NO and NO

    A 10 lb JRT will literally shake a 10 lb Ferrell cat out like a limp sock. Cats are fearless and can be super aggressive toward dogs, but a game terrier of equal size will break a cats neck if it decides that it wants to. Cats have a much lighter bone structure than dogs do, which is why they are really fast and can jump like they do, but dogs posses a far more powerful bite P4P. Both a timber wolf and a hyena posses a more powerful bight than a male lion, despite being less than half their size.
     
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    Screw game pits, I want this game hog right here.

    Takes care of 3 Dogos in about 20 seconds.




    Lots of great hog hunting videos on YouTube featuring pitbulls.
     
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    Someones never read white fang

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zt4BzVU40vE

    all jokes aside, wolves were matched against bulldogs during the Alaska gold rush and the result was typically what happened in the book.
     
  18. Zankou

    Zankou Bringing peace and love Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Bwahaha!

    Yeah a wild boar is nothing to be fucked with. It effortlessly tooled those dogos.

    I'm gonna get me a pet pig, show how alpha I am, let it wreck any dog owner foolish enough to think his pet is tough.
     
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    This is a bit pedantic, but Hyenas are actually more closely related to cats than canines.
     
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    An average bobcat is maybe 30lbs...no way is a 30lb dog shaking that thing out like a limp sock. And that's on the smaller end of the scale. The same principle would apply to a mastiff/cougar. And also, could you direct me to where it has been proven that pits>timberwolves? I thought it was pretty obvious that wolves are an entire league up on pits, game or otherwise.
     

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