Bite force refers to the amount of pressure exerted by a dog’s jaws. It’s an essential aspect of a dog’s hunting and survival instincts. Larger bite force allows certain breeds to take down prey efficiently.

         1. Kangal

The Kangal breed, originating in Turkey, is renowned for its bite force of approximately 743 psi. Bred to guard livestock from predators, Kangals exhibit strong bite and protective instincts.

         2. Bandog

The Bandog, a powerful crossbreed, showcases a bite force that can reach up to 730 psi. This breed is a combination of various mastiff-type dogs, resulting in a versatile working dog with impressive biting capabilities.

      3. Cane Corso

With a bite force of about 700 psi, the Cane Corso is a formidable breed. Their loyalty and protective demeanor combine with their bite force to make them exceptional guard dogs

        4. Mastiff

Mastiffs, known for their gentle temperament, possess a bite force of around 556 psi. Despite their calm nature, their strong bite serves as a reminder of their historical role as protectors

        5. Tosa Inu

Originating in Japan, the Tosa Inu boasts a bite force of about 556 psi. This breed was developed for dog fighting, and its muscular build and determination contribute to its powerful bite.

     6 Presa Canario

The Presa Canario, hailing from the Canary Islands, wields a bite force of approximately 540 psi. Bred for working livestock, this breed combines strength and intelligence.

  7. Dogo Argentino

Originating in Argentina, the Dogo Argentino showcases a bite force of about 500 psi. Bred for big-game hunting, they possess athleticism and determination, contributing to their impressive biting strength.

       8. Wolfdog

Wolfdogs, due to their wolf ancestry, have a bite force of around 406 psi. Their wild lineage and domestication have created a unique blend of power and loyalty.

      9. Leonberger

The Leonberger breed, originating in Germany, exhibits a bite force of approximately 399 psi. Despite their gentle nature, their considerable size and strength contribute to their bite force.

    10. Rottweiler

Rottweilers are known for their bite force of approximately 328 psi. Their strength, combined with their intelligence, has earned them a reputation as versatile working dogs capable of excelling in various roles such as police, search and rescue, and even therapy work.