So you want to know just how powerful the largest and strongest feline truly is… The tiger is an apex predator and is armed with a very powerful bite force of around 1,000 psi (4,450 newtons) that allows it to take down prey with a fatal bite to the neck. “Just a little disclaimer to all lion tamers out there,but here are 3 dangerous breed of dog that can kill a tiger in a death battle..
1)Hulk the pitbull.
Hulk, At 173 Lbs, Might Be The World's Biggest Pitbull And He's Still Growing! ... Being as big as he is (around 173.4lb and still growing), people tend to look at Hulk, the dog cautiously, but his owner, breeder and trainer Marlon Grannon of Dark Dynasty K9, trust this big softie to play with his 3-year-old son.
This dog just may be the world's largest Pit Bull. Only 18-months-old, Hulk weighs a hefty 175 pounds. Despite his intimidating size, his owners Marlon Grannan and his wife Lisa Grannan say Hulk is a sweet family dog and a best friend to their 3-year-old son Jordan.
Looking at the size and strength of this dog there is no thought it can kill a tiger.
Another on our list is...
The Tosa is a breed of dog of Japanese origin that is considered rare. It was originally bred in Tosa, Shikoku as a fighting dog and is the only breed still used in Japanese dog fighting.
This is not a dog for a farm with livestock. Now, a Tosa Inu is not supposed to be aggressive towards people. And yet the athleticism and agility of this breed, combined with his immense power, mean that he must be well bred, well socialized, well trained, and under control at all times,there is no thought it can stand up to a tiger.
3) Caucasian Shepherd.
The Caucasian Shepherd Dog is a large livestock guardian dog breed from the Caucasus Mountains, commonly bred in the mountainous regions of Transcaucasia, especially in Azerbaijan and Georgia.
An intelligent breed, the Caucasian shepherd can be stubborn, strong-willed, and insolent at times. They require a great deal of training because with incorrect handling, this breed can become aggressive toward other people and animals.
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