What Dog Has the Strongest Bite?

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The dogs with the strongest bite are actually the most dangerous and mostly used for police work and searches. They are bred strongly with proper diets which enable them to undergo training to handle different situations. They do not have only a strong bite, but they are also highly intelligent. These dogs are: German shepherd, Doberman Pinscher, Akita, Airedale Terrier, Belgian shepherd dogs, Boxer and Dutch shepherd.
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All of the studies I've seen seem to say that dogs like Rottweilers, Mastiffs and Bulldogs have the strongest bite force. Of course, their bite force really isn't that impressive
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I'd like to know for a story I'm writing. Some say Rottweilers some say wolves. Id like to know who's right! African Wild Dogs are also another option.
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The animal with the strongest bite force per unit body mass is the Tasmanian Devil but Megalodon had the most powerful bite of any creature that has ever lived.
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Kentucky holds dog owners strictly liable for any actions that their dog takes. If your dog bites someone, you will be held personally responsible for the bite. Likewise, if your
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According to National Geographic, the Mastiff breed has the most powerful bite with 1000 pounds of force. The Pit Bull is known for it's powerful locking jaws -- which I might add is a total myth and their bite force doesn't even come close to the Mastiff's. You can find more information here: http://dogbitesinformationandstatistics.blogspot.com/search/label/bite%20force
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Dogs, particularly puppies, naturally play with each other by biting. Puppies have to be taught how to play with people and to not mouth at people's hands, arms ...
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