Strongest Dog Bites
Top 10 Dogs You should not Mess With: Strongest Dog Bites
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Dogs are one of the most loved pets in the world. Because of these canines’ close living proximity to humans, it is of great interest to know which of the various dog breeds have the strongest dog bite.
Drs. Brady Barr and Joe Camp were one of the brave souls who set out to determine which canine species have the strongest bite back in 2005. Using digital bite meters, the researchers were able to measure bite force in pounds per square inch, or PSI. Results, which were featured in National Geographic, showed that larger dogs have stronger biting force than smaller ones.
According to various studies, these dog breeds have the strongest dog bite of them all:
10. Strongest Dog Bites “Malinois”
Also known as Belgian Shepherd Dog, the malinois has a force bite of 195 pounds. These dogs are excellent for police search of explosives, narcotics, and human suspects. They are highly trainable, energetic, and playful.
9. Strongest Dog Bites “Dutch Shepherd”
Like German Shepherds, these dogs are used for police and military searches. With a dog bite force of 224 pounds, these normally calm dogs can be dangerous if provoked. They are intelligent, independent, protective and loyal of their families. They are often used as guard dogs because of these characteristics.
8. Strongest Dog Bites “American Pitbull Terrier”
Pit bulls are widely regarded as one of the most dangerous dog breeds. It has a bite force of 235 pounds which is only 71% of that of the Rottweilers. Despite its negative image, pit bull owners testify to the dogs’ mild temperament. If properly trained and socialized, these dogs can be very loyal friends.
7.Strongest Dog Bites ” German Shepherd – force bite 238 pounds”
Despite its weight of 75 to 85 pounds, German Shepherds have a strong biting force of 238 pounds. This breed is highly preferred for police and military search operations because of its strength, intelligence and obedience. Well-socialized German Shepherds are very gentle, although there are some reports that indicate aggression towards smaller dogs.