7 Most Strongest Breeds Of Dog That Are Powerful And Adorable
These dogs are the canine world’s muscle-bound heavyweights, and many of them make excellent pets.
In 2020, a large number of us decided to welcome new puppies into our homes — Kennel Club records reveal that dog ownership increased by about 8% – and demand for four-legged friends has remained high since the lockdown ended.
There are 221 different breeds of purebred dogs to pick from, as well as several crossbreeds, so there’s a lot to consider before deciding on your family’s newest member.
There are certain canines that have been bred to be muscle-bound marvels if you’re searching for a dog with stamina and power.
These are the dogs that can pull a sled full of goods or provide the best canine security.
According to study conducted by the American Kennel Club, the following are the 7 most powerful breeds of dog.
1. Tibetan Mastiff
Both one of the world’s most ancient breeds and one of the strongest, the Tibetan Mastiff was used to protect homes in the Himalayan region. They have a powerful physique and their bite can apply a remarkable 550 pounds of pressure.
2. Saint Bernard
Saint Bernards are real gentle giants that sometimes don’t know their own strength. The American Kennel Club recommends a strict training regime to prevent them from accidentally knocking people over.
Another dog with a powerful bite, the Kangal is used in its native Turkey as a guardian dog and they are utterly fearless.
The Rottweiler’s immense strength and power has given it a somewhat unjustified reputation for being aggressive. A well-trained Rottweiler can make a gentle and loyal family pet.
5. Siberian Husky
If your job is to pull sleds loaded with supplies over miles of frozen arctic wilderness you’ll need to be strong. Luckily for the Siberian Husky they have abundant power and stamina. In 1925 Siberian Huskies saved numerous lives by racing a life-saving diphtheria serum to Alaska where there was an outbreak.
6. Dogo Argentino
The Dogo Argentino is so strong that it was used by big-game hunters – taking on the likes of wild boar and pumas in its native Argentina.
7. Irish Wolfhound
Another breed of hunting dog, the Irish Wolfhound, as its name would suggest, was capable of bettering wolves – as well as deer and boar. As well as being strong, they also hold the title of the