Some people think that dogs today are too domesticated to fight off wolves, and this is just not true. When people think of dogs today, they tend to think about the popular dog breeds we all know and love like golden retrievers, labs, huskies, and other fluffy cute pooches.
However, there are still plenty of strong working breeds around that are surprisingly strong and can fight off predators like wolves.
Now it’s time to discuss each of these amazing dogs in more detail and find out what exactly makes them capable of fighting off wolves.
The Dogo Argentino
Weight: Female: 35–40 kg, Male: 40–45 kg
Height: Female: 60–65 cm, Male: 60–68 cm
The Dogo Argentino is not as large as some of the dogs on this list, but they definitely deserve a place on this list thanks to their muscular build that makes them quite strong, their strong protective instincts, and their fighting prowess.
They were actually developed as fighting dogs, which means they can give predators such as wolves and coyotes a very hard time. They are also very loyal and territorial dogs, and they would jump at predators without a second thought.
Weight: Male: 65–90 kg, Female: 50–65 kg
Height: Male: 64–70 cm, Female: 59–65 cm
The Boerboel is a large mastiff dog that has its origins in the Soth of Africa. They have a distinct black mask, short coat, and a strong bone structure.
The Boerboel is a muscular dog that is dominant and territorial, which makes them difficult to train but also make them excellent guardian dogs. They are also quite confident and brave, making them a legitimate threat to predators such as wolves.
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