What breed of dog do you think has the best chance of beating a man in a fight to the death?

No weapons for the man.

Asked By: Brad I - 7/10/2006
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my question to you is why do you want to know... More
Answered By: curly_qt2005 - 7/11/2006
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Answered By: Doug - 7/10/2006
German Shepherd
Answered By: Andi B - 7/10/2006
you would think i would say pitbull or rottweiler, but im going with chow chow, those dogs have the sharpest teeth and one heck of a bite, yes pitbulls can lock there jaws on you, but once theyre locked the damage is done, where as a chow will continue to bite and go for your throat.
Answered By: hotsing1 - 7/10/2006
i think a German Shepherd or a doberman will do
Answered By: jimmy boy - 7/10/2006
Have you ever SEEN a Japanese Bearhound?? They are commonly known as AKITAs and a big male can grow up to 160 pounds. They have thick, loose skin and are built low and wide. Bred to hunt and kill bear, they are incredibly tough, ruthless, and lightening quick! I owned a purebred male who was once attacked by a... More
Answered By: kip - 7/10/2006
I'm laughin alot at dougs answer,daschund. heheh too funny
Answered By: missi - 7/10/2006
Pit bull. Already happened.
Answered By: billybetters2 - 7/11/2006
An abused and neglected pit bull.
Answered By: Aaron - 7/11/2006
The preso canario. It is a vicious killer.
Answered By: JRW - 7/11/2006
I fought the chow once and have the scar on my asss from when I ran away to prove it. I'm going with the boxer not the normal docile one but one that's been trained and pumped up with steroids.
Answered By: DT - 7/11/2006
Doberman Pinsher and a Pit bull. They lock on where they bite.
Answered By: Art - 7/11/2006
a 220 pound mastiff
Answered By: kozmo - 7/11/2006
Any dog that has been severely abused and has given up hope of ever having a friendly hand placed on it. A bite to the ankle will bring a mans hand to the pain and the neck is not far behind. Any dog can kill if in enough pain or frightened enough.
Answered By: antshed - 7/11/2006
Answered By: Callum_601 - 7/11/2006
Alaskan Malamute or Canadian Eskimo/Inuit Dog because they are the most wolf like and rather than grabbing and holding on like other breeds of fighting type dogs Pits/rotts etc they run in and slash and then jump out causing extreme damage without letting themselves be closed in upon....they dance away and then back in... More
Answered By: Kelly C - 7/11/2006
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