Weakest Dog Bite Force

10 Dog Breeds with the Least Bites
  • American Pit Bull Terrier.
  • American Staffordshire Terrier.
  • Boston Terrier.
  • Boxer.
  • English Bulldog.
  • Miniature Schnauzer.
  • Pug.
  • Standard Poodle.

What dog has killed the most humans?

The following infographic shows that the Pit Bull is still responsible for the most fatal attacks in the U.S. by far, killing 284 people over that 13-year period – 66 percent of total fatalities. That’s despite the breed accounting for just 6.5% of the total U.S. dog population.

20 Dogs with the Strongest Bite Force

Pictured above, this large, powerful breed is used in Turkey to guard against animal predators. With the strongest bite force of any domesticated dog, they do it well. Dogs in this breed are friendly with their family. They are good with children.

Healthy dogs, the Kangal, are expected to live over 15 years of age. They make excellent guard dogs.

Kangals are alert, territorial, and defensive. They will need social training and “pack leader” training to be your everyday companion dog. If you want this dog, it should be the only animal in the house.

Honorable Mentions

While the above are the dog breeds with the strongest bite force, they are far from the only ones whose bite you want to be wary of. The following are other dog breeds known for their strong bite force.

  • Labrador Retriever
  • African Wild Dog
  • Siberian Husky
  • Great Dane
  • Wolfdog
  • Akita Inu
  • In fact, because of occasionally conflicting information on breeds’ bite force, some experts claim that some of these dogs have a stronger bite than those on the list.


    What breed of dog bites most?

    “The Kangal Shepherd is a Turkish breed of dog that is known for its large size and impressive strength. With a bite force of 743 PSI, this breed is the undisputed king of the canine world when it comes to raw power.

    Can humans bite stronger than dogs?

    Pit bulls were responsible for the highest percentage of reported bites across all the studies (22.5%), followed by mixed breeds (21.2%), and German shepherds (17.8%). Mixed-breed dogs and pit bulls were found to have the highest relative risk of biting, as well as the highest average damage per bite.