These Are 10 Dog Breeds that can Defeat Wolves
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10 Dogs That Can Defeat
Dogs are man's best friend. They play with us, let us cuddle them and even let us name them. If you
have a dog, you'd know that these furry little creatures are probably the best thing ever. However, there
may be a side of your dog that you do not know.
Did you know that there are dogs who could defeat wolves in an even battle? And no, there aren't just
one or two breeds. There are up to ten of them. And in this video, we'll be taking a long and hard look at
Believe us, you wouldn't want to be in the way of the second hound on this list.
#10 The Irish Wolfhound
Let's get this out first. If I were a wolf, and u knew of a dog whose name is literally wolfhound, I would
steer clear. But since wolves aren't sentient beings, and thus can't hear or think, they do not steer clear.
And when they do not, they face the Irish Wolfhound, who's uniquely equipped to destroy them.
The Irish wolfhound has a minimum height of about 32 inches and can weigh up to 120 pounds. That's a
lot of pounds, and in most cases, a typical Irish wolfhound can stand toe to toe with a wolf.
These dogs certainly look kind and calm, and to some extent, that is true. However, they are also
extraordinarily fearless, and that's probably why they make great wolfhounds. As the name of the dog
implies, this dog is native to Ireland and has been bred for hundreds and hundreds of yes. Yup, you've
got that right— this isn't some dog that was bred in the last century. This is a historic dog that has
featured in actual myths!
In any case, the Irish Wolfhound was bred for the purpose of pursuing game by speed and hunting and
protection from wolves. And it has done that jobs spectacularly over the years. So spectacularly that
many trainers believe the Irish Wolfhound can kill a wolf in single combat. That's a serious claim, right?
#9 The Bully Katta
What's in a name? Well, sometimes not very much. A dog named spot may have no spots, and a dog
named Swifty may be really slow.
But not in this case. The Bully Katta is a bully in every sense of the word, and the dog was bred
specifically to bully wolves. The male Bully Katta weighs up to a hundred and seventy pounds and can
grow as tall as 44 inches. So this isn't a tiny dog by any means. This dog is huge, and that makes sense
ass only huge dogs can confront wolves.
Asides being huge, the Bully Katta is quite thick boned, muscular, and aggressive. All these serve to
make it a terrible animal for a wolf to encounter. Of course, a pack of wolves may eventually devour this
dog. But if it's a one on one battle, the Bully Katta wins 7 out of 10 times. That's no small ratio.
#8 The Tosa Inu
The Tosa Inu is definitely not the tallest dog in the world. In fact, it can only reach a height of about 23
inches. So the average wolf may as well tower over it. However, what the Tosa Inu lacks in height it
makes up for with weight and aggression. The dog can weigh up to 170 pounds and is extraordinarily
And this quite at odds with the general consensus about this dog. Tosa dogs are known to calm, patient
and even obedient. They are also quite calm too and can make a decent companion dog. However,
these dogs are of Japanese origin and were actually originally bred as fighting dogs.
The dog takes its name "Tosa" from a city in Japan, and until today is the only dog breed used in
Japanese dogfighting games. Although the Tosa Inu isn't very big, it's known for being extraordinarily
aggressive. In fact, the dog is so dangerous that ownership is banned in some countries. That's right. In
countries like the UK and Israel, you'll have to get a special permit to own a Tosa Inu. That tells you just
how dangerous can be if it's let loose.
#7 The Borzoi
The Borzoi doesn't look violent at all. In fact, to most people, the Borzoi looks extremely beautiful. And
that's not a coincidence at all. The Borzoi is actually an aristocratic dog, and it is only reasonable that a
dog with aristocratic origins would look so calm.
But as you may have guessed, the Borzoi isn't all calm. Like other dogs on this list, this dog has a nasty
side that can be unleashed in the face of danger. And that's why Russian hunters have made it a
tradition to take Borzois on wolf hunting trips. In fact, when a hunter sees a wolf, he releases his dog to
go after the wolf, and shockingly it works. The dog catches up with the wolf and may even manage to
hold its neck still and wait for the sound of the hunter.