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Akitas VS Alaskan malamute fighting WHAT the win DOG?

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Question by Kevin
Submitted on 3/27/2004
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Akitas VS Alaskan malamute fighting WHAT the win DOG?




Answer by mac
Submitted on 4/9/2004
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WHAT the win DOG?.Are you illiterate or not able to spell yet?.By the way what a stupid question.

 

Answer by BITE ME
Submitted on 5/4/2004
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PUT YOUR S ON THE WHAT.AND BY THE WAY SHUT THE FUK UP!

 

Answer by Kev
Submitted on 5/4/2004
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Hey! -->BITE ME<--

Kept silent these steps the respect for the others you?


hhhihihiiiiihi

 

Answer by why don't
Submitted on 5/5/2004
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why you try some of these dogs yourselve?then you will know how bad they are,when they tear your dumb ass apart!

 

Answer by HI KEV
Submitted on 5/5/2004
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you are a 6 YEAR OLD BOY KEV WITH A BOOK ABOUT DOGS,PLAYING ON DADDYS COMPUTER.RIGHT?

 

Answer by KEV
Submitted on 5/5/2004
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Anybody is here to re-lay me with the sense(direction)

Close the discution

Too much of bebe here

 

Answer by THEY  JUST DON'T DO IT
Submitted on 5/5/2004
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oh,no kev it's WORSE,YOUR NOT 6 YOUR OLDER AND-JUST NOT RIGHT.[IN THE HEAD]I'M SORRY! BUT REALLY WHAT DOES IT MATTER THESE DOGS ARE NOT BRED TO FIGHT.BOTH WILL FIGHT THEY ARE'TTHE BEST AT FIGHTING.THAT JUST AIN'T WHAT THEY ARE FOR!

 

Answer by jp23
Submitted on 6/6/2004
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an akita will destroy a malamute akitas dont play around they can put the smack down.

 

Answer by KEV
Submitted on 6/7/2004
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WOWWWWWWWWWWWW- are you SURE?

MALAMUTE is verry tuff dog.

do you have video for malamute and akita fight?


 

Answer by Roastcha
Submitted on 6/9/2004
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Yes, the Akita will make a mere joke of the malamute. The malamute may hold a desent fight but an akita is a fighting dog and knows his business. Few dogs like the pit, tosa, and canary dog can take an akita. Akitas are 1 or second class fighting dogs. Malamutes dont even rate. Need some more info on dog fighting halla at me. The Akita will definately win.

 

Answer by Rick
Submitted on 6/10/2004
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HI!

I have 2 akitas and 1 malamute,

tomorow my akitas fight to my malamute, MY MALAMUTE win no probleme.

Icroyably MALAMUTE is powerfull.

A malamute can indeed beat it ca I can prove.

This dog can a true killer.

I make training for 28 years, malamute they are of dominating


These steps the dog my the man who raises(draws up) him(it)

SORRY for my bad English




 

Answer by girald
Submitted on 6/12/2004
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Exacly!


Alaskan Malamute in verry dominant dog, and VERRY tuff dog.

I Have 14 malamute in my home.


 

Answer by om
Submitted on 6/15/2004
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Im a stupid head




  HiHiHi
  

 

Answer by Roastcha
Submitted on 6/18/2004
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The last three people who put something down are stupid. For one don't nobody fight malamutes becuase they arent fighting dogs. Akitas are " Japanese fighting dogs". Look up akita information then Malamute information and see the difference. Yall little jack london call of the wild fans think too highly of the Malamute.

 

Answer by Rick
Submitted on 6/18/2004
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YOU cant prove to MALAMUTE is not GODD FIGHTER?

YOU NOT PROVE!


 

Answer by don zaf
Submitted on 7/1/2004
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an akita has the strength and fighting instincts. they were bred by the samurai, for fighting in war,and bear hunting.
the malamute is has the strength however lacks the 'killer instinct' of an akita. it was bred as a working dog and enjoys the company of people and other dogs. akitas are naturally dominant over other dogs and dislikes people outside its family/pack. the fighting technique is similar to that of a cat, using its paws aswell as its bite to the throat.  

 

Answer by macker
Submitted on 7/1/2004
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the akitas of now arent what they were originally bred for. i have a boxer in new york thats fought with with an akita at a local dog run and my boxer which is smaller ripped the akita on more than one occasion. but im pretty sure an akita would take the malamute 7 out of 10 times due to its backround. but neither is a good fighter by todays standards.

 

Answer by joshua
Submitted on 7/2/2004
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I am a trainer of dog for 30 years and I says to you that these steps the dog which forms the maitre, my the maitre which forms the dog, and a malamute indeed to raise(draw up) I says to you that ca make many of domage

The world which says that the malamute is a cat, do not know much about the dog

And I saw fight of dog and he(it) had malamute and I you jureuil have make domage of domage, the proof I have it on video

To re-lay has kevin, a malamute indeed to raise(draw up) to beat an akitas, any ca depent of the training which the dog has recu

A malamute indeed to raise(draw up) yes these dangerous

 

Answer by Cokacola
Submitted on 7/4/2004
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I have a question- I am new to this board. You all are always talking about which dog is bigger and badder. -- However, Which dog can whoop azz and protect the family? I have children and Pits are out of the question....Big DOGS that when they walk can knock over my one (1) year old just because it's clumbsy --is out of the question. All your egos seem to want is a DOG FIGHT.or a dog that can whoop another dog.. WHY? I don't know--Cause you can't do it yourself.  
Keep it real. Half of you don't own the dogs you are speaking of. You are only dreaming! And the people who say getting these dogs are easy---I live in KENTUCKY....not PERU-ARGENTINA-CUBA...etc. Hell I can't go to AFRICA and get a BEAR or LION -- so keep it real.
I only want a dog I don't have to worry about eating or hurting my kids. So I want to know is there a dog for me?

 

Answer by joshua
Submitted on 7/4/2004
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HI Cokacola!

GOLDEN RETRIEVER is goo for you and you KIDS, is good dog very very  smart.



 

Answer by macker
Submitted on 7/6/2004
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well, a boxer is deffinately a family dog and is quite common anywhere. A rott is a family dog but does need a good upbringing.  depending on your kids ages is what you should make you decission. yeah a pit is too unpredictable for a child.

 

Answer by me
Submitted on 7/11/2004
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akita all the way!

 

Answer by Eirik
Submitted on 7/14/2004
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Hello everyone. This was a terrible discussion, dog fighting is illegal and immoral.

But I figure I can give you some info about my own Malamute. He is about 4 years old and weighs about 45 kg. He's been attacked several times by golden retrievers (once, two of them at the same time). But actually, it doesn't evolve to a real fight because the dog attacking my Malamute finds out in a hurry that he attacked the wrong dog. It figures, you just don't attack a Wolf.

But Golden Retrievers doesn't compare to akita, but a Rottweiler does. And I'll tell you what happened about a month ago as I was walking my Malamute. I was walking on the street at the other side of the mall, and outside of the mall there was tied this big black and brown Rottweiler barking at my dog. All of a sudden his leash broke, and he came at great speed towards us. I didn't know what to do, I thought the big rottweiler was going to kill my dog, but to at least give him a chance I let go of him.

Now what happened is that they met in the middle of the street, and a lot of people was watching because they were probably as sick in the head as the one posting this topic. But anyways my dog and the rottweiler crashed together in within a second the rottweiler was lying on his back under my strong dominant and still undefeated Malaumte. I called him back and the Rottweiler returned slowly with his tail between his legs, and his head almost touching the ground as he walked.
Then I called the cops.

I have talked to alot of Malamute owners and I've heard alot about how they ALWAYS end up as the winner, whether they get attacked by german shepperds or fightdogs..

 

Answer by macker
Submitted on 7/17/2004
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sorry bro but a malamute wouldnt stand a chance not only against a fighting breed but even a large mastiff type dog could beat it!!!!

 

Answer by Joshua
Submitted on 7/18/2004
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Malamute is TUFF dog OK!

a cant PROVE anytime.


 

Answer by macker
Submitted on 7/20/2004
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it's a tuff dog i know.. but a fighter it's not!!!

 

Answer by Josh
Submitted on 7/20/2004
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Ok Prove me!!! I cant prove the Malamute is god fighter  

Pour le monde qui dit que le malamute est pas un chien tuff alors le monde connais pas cette race, ou a jamais vue un malamute ce battre VOILA mon oppignion jen nai marre de voir les gent abaiser ce chien la, il est aussi capable de ce battre que un PIT merde

voila MALAMUTE is VERYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY tuff

 

Answer by macker
Submitted on 7/21/2004
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josh....un malamute jamas podria sacarle la mierda a un pit...y mucho menos a mi dogo argentino.

 

Answer by BIG AL
Submitted on 8/4/2004
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The akita will win hands down..they were bred to hunt and fight and protect..

 

Answer by Big Al
Submitted on 8/9/2004
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The akita is avery strong dog with a drive to fight it will win hands down....

 

Answer by akita
Submitted on 8/15/2004
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haha u idiot.... a 70lb malimut against a 150lb american akita (fightind breed) rofl thats funny !

 

Answer by Marabelle
Submitted on 8/16/2004
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to all you fools who have just read stuff on the internet here is the truth.
I own two akitas, they are not classified as japanese fighting dogs..They are indeed Japanese hunting dogs. it is only the mindless that tried to use them as fighting dogs. They are strong and they will defend their family. They are very dominant and must at all times be shown who the boss is. My dogs are very loving and only ever bark when strangers approach the house. They hunt small animals, they have killed my neighbours cats if they come into our yard. They can be trained to get along with cats from an early age, but mine were not. I have a full male akita 5 years old, and a desexed female akita 2 years old. one is more japanese akita, whereas the other is american breed akita. These dogs are dominant towards other dogs, and will fight if threatened. however they are not bred for fighting.
so wake up to yourselves you are simply reading crap off the internet.

 

Answer by bigphatpitster
Submitted on 9/30/2004
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you all are sorry ass motha!!

 

Answer by jersey
Submitted on 10/5/2004
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i need a video of an akita fighting another dog does anybody have one

 

Answer by baby_jun
Submitted on 10/19/2004
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who would win? my malamute or my friends half staff quarter pitball.????

 

Answer by Naseem
Submitted on 10/21/2004
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  The Akita has the edge over all fighting dogs.The physical feature's of Akita's
& pittbull are similar. The differnce are that Akitas are bigger, stonger, faster, and furrier.
Akita's have a differnt mind set then most tough breed's Pitbull are crazy, Akitas are not. They are more stable and in control of there emotions. They also tend to be
more pasient and protective of there family's.
  When Akita's get into fights most of the time they wont start them but they will finsh
it with a matter of seconds. I've seen it with my own eye's. They fight like Grizzly Bares standing on their back legs swinging punches, biting, and wreseling.
The First time my Akita got into a fight was with a male rednose Pitbull. The pittbull was one of the toughest Pit's on the block and will experience in fighting. The Pitt ran up 2 my male Akita Growling and barking viciously. "Grizzly" however was not barking or showing any signs of aggresion
he was calm. Then Out of nowhere Grizzly threw a over hand right punch into the Pitbulls face knocking  the pitbull off ballance while the pitt was attemping to lunge at Grizzly'sface. Once the Pitt was off balance, Grizzly pounched on him with a couple bites. The fight was short lived because myself and the owner both had them on leashes, so we just yanked them away.
  The second scruffle he got into was when I was jogging with him and a door opened and out charged a black Pittbull about 65 lb's  They hit each other's face like a "front end
collision." biting ferociouly. It seemed like it could be a toss up untill Grizzly slammed the Pit onto the pavement. The Pit was pinned under 2 huge paws. Withinn 15 seconds of actual fight. It was crazy to
see Grizzly change to sweat loveable dog
to a vicious killer. Chewing the to death. The important thing is that it wasnt just senseless fighting. Grizzly was justified
He was defending himself.
  
  I have also herd a story envolving a Akita & Pittbull. The Pittbull was barking and growling at in Akita at family reunion.
The Owner of the pittbull didnt heed warning's, to the Akita's owner. He said that Oh husky dog is not going 2 do nothing. Then the Akita snapped on the Pittbull. Taking the Pitbull 2 the ground chewing and biting the dog up for about 30 minutes. The Pitbul was no pushover pit. Evenually the Pit died. I'm telling you there the best fighters.            

 

Answer by Mikedawg76
Submitted on 10/26/2004
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Sure, some of dees dogs plenty tuff. But my standard poodle will keel them all plenty quick

 

Answer by Good
Submitted on 10/27/2004
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Answer by ONEFUNKYDOOD
Submitted on 11/17/2004
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WELL..I DON'T HAVE A ALASKAN MALAMUTE BUT I DO HAVE AN 2 YEAR OLD AKITA..AND SINCE I WALK IT QUITE OFTEN WE OFTEN RUN INTO DOGS THAT AREN;T LEASH UP..FOR ONE EXAMPLE..WE RAN INTO A GREMAN SHEPHERD AND I DUNNO HOW AKITAS ARE DESIGN TO FIGHT BUT MY DOG SEEM TO ALWAYS WAIT TILL IT GOT A CHANCE THAN BITE IN BETWEEN THE MOUTH THAN TWIST AND BRING HIS OPPENT DOWN..HE ALSO FOUGHT OFF AN FULL GROWN KOREAN FIGHTING DOG (jINDO) WHEN HE WAS 6 MONTH OLD..i LOVE ALASKAN MALAMUTES 2 SO I THINK IT ALL DEPENDS ON THE DOG AND HOW DETERMIN THEIR KILLER INSTAINTCS ARE..

 

Answer by Anon
Submitted on 11/17/2004
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I have an Akita (115 lbs) and he is dog aggressive. He will not attack all dogs, but he will fight any dominant dog.

In all honesty he is a good fighter, but he isn't a first class fighter like a game pit bull or Presa. He's been in a few scraps, but I keep him on the leash, so it prevents an all out fight to the death type of thing; the fights are usually 30 or 40 seconds. Since I have him on a leash it's a disadvantage to him because the leash gets in the way and when I pull it he stops fighting for a second even when the other dog is still fighting, but if I were to take the leash off, my Akita would not stop fighting, he would keep going until blood was shed. He recently fought a boxer to a tie, but again the leash disadvantaged him, and he wanted to keep fighting. I can say that the boxer did a good job because the boxer did not back down and most dogs do back down after the first 5 seconds.

My friend has a Malamute, and they are big and strong dogs, and they are dog aggressive. A fight between an Akita and a Malamute would be even for the first minute and than it would come down to which dog is more violent. They are closely matched in terms of size and strength.

One would think that an Akita would have an advantage due to it's background as a fighting dog, but I can see a Malamute beating an Akita, depending upon the individual dog. I'm give the edge to the Akita, if the fight lasted more than three minutes because I think that the Akita would fight longer, almost to the death.

If you want a really tough dog, than buy a Tosa and keep him physically fit. A Tosa can beat an Akita in a fight.

A Malamute is a good working dog, an Akita is a good hunting dog, and they are also both good show dogs. So don't waste your time, just buy a Tosa, and don't even worry about fighting, just keep him in shape and feed him well. The only bad thing about the Tosa is that he isn't a great guard dog, and he's not as beautiful as an Akita or Malamute, yet he can really kick ass in a dog fight.

 

Answer by Anon
Submitted on 11/17/2004
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One more thing that I forgot to mention, is that a dog who has been in a few fights will do better than a dog who has never fought before, so experience does become a factor if both dogs are matched in terms of size and instinct. A dog who has been in a few fights will not give up as quickly.

The real fighting dogs like Pit Bulls and Tosas are actually subjected to cruelty in order to make them more violent, for example, my Akita will respond to violence with violence, and not all dogs do that, but that's the difference in a fighting dog. Instead of backing down when faced with violence, they raise the level of violence, and that's a strange thing, but that is the reality. I do not try to bring the violence out in my Akita, however it most certainly is there, and so it's possible to make a real killer out of the dog, but than you could end up with a useless dog because the dog responds to everything with violence. Eventually that dog will have to be put down.

 

Answer by Anon
Submitted on 11/18/2004
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With any dog, that you want to be an aggressive dog, or basically just "not a wimp", you never begin to bring their aggression out when they are puppies, and when I say puppies, I mean the first 12 months. There is no such thing as teaching a puppy aggression, but I bet that a lot of young people don't know that, and they don't want their big dog to be a wimp, so they wrestle with their puppy. Well, even if the dog is a fighting breed, when they are a puppy, you just treat them very nice and gentle. The aggression will come out when they are older because it is natural. One day your 12 month old Akita will suddenly start to growl and fight other dogs, but for the first 12 months he will never fight, and that's fine, that's the way it works.

The Akita although once used as a pitfighter, is no longer a pitfighter, and neither is a Malamute. Both of these dogs can survive in the wilderness for short periods of time, so they are hunters and survivors, but you can't use them for dog fighting. You could maybe cross breed an Akita with a Tosa, and make a tougher Akita, but I don't see too many people trying to create gladiator dogs these days.

 

Answer by fdsf
Submitted on 12/19/2004
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alaskan malamute will kick the akitas ass. they are one of the closest breeds to wolves. they might not be bred to fight but they r always fighting when they are in groups.

 

Answer by chiko
Submitted on 1/4/2005
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you cant tell me that akitas arnt fighting dogs because i know they are ok .IN MY BOOK THE AKITAS GOT 2 BE THE BEST FIGHTER IN THE WORLD THEY BRED THE AKITA WITH THE TOSA BECAUSE THE AKITA WAS AGGRESIVELY MAD FIGHTING DOG AND I THINK THAT A AKITA WILL KILL PIT BULLS TOSA MASTIFF OF ENEY BREED IVE SO AKITAS KILL PIT BULLS IN 30 MINS AND THE PIT WAS A MESS BUT THE AKITA WAS FINE IF I WAS GOING 2 BUY A FIGHTING DOG IT WOULD BE A AKITA YOU DONT WHANT TO MAKE THEM CROSS !!!!!!!

 

Answer by Big Al
Submitted on 1/8/2005
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An akita is to much for a Malumte to handle the akita would take him down and hold him at bay..until seperated by there owners akita all the way,,,

 

Answer by bastard
Submitted on 1/11/2005
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dos a bull terrier bet a  preso

 

Answer by user78
Submitted on 1/14/2005
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AKITA are fighting dogs. Malamutes dont. But if you find a shy akita and you match with a tough malamute... when matching strong breeds depends on the dog and the training.

 

Answer by BlahBlah22
Submitted on 1/27/2005
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and for the lady worried about having a pit around kids, my brother owns a pit, i have owned a pit, and my uncle has two of them and with the right training they make exceptionally good family dogs especially with CHILDREN becuase they are able to tolerate the kids pushing and pulling on them, and on top of that a well trained pit or boxer will act like a child untill the day that it passes away

 

Answer by johnnyboat
Submitted on 2/18/2005
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ur a dumb as* macker u dont know anything about the akita my akita would rip ur boxer a new ass hole.

 

Answer by homeskillet
Submitted on 2/27/2005
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all of you are dumb! an akita is trained to KILL BEARS!!!!!!!!!!! a malumute doesnt have a chance in hell. no dog does. no pitts maybe a rott no labs no chows, PERIOD!

 

Answer by homeskillet
Submitted on 2/27/2005
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i hav an 170 lb rott. but that doesnt mean he can beat any dog. but he can punish a malamute! but i dont know about an akita. probally could but i dont want to admit it. theres many differences an akita has from all dogs. they never bark which could throw the other dog off(confuse it). a malamute beat an akita, ha! thats funny. the match would over before people make bets.

 

Answer by tony bryant
Submitted on 3/10/2005
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akitas were mixed with tosa blood for over 200 hundred years.just for fighting and hunting bear the youzo.that is why akitas can get up to 170 pounds and move like an cat with killer instink.they have thick hair to proteck them in fighting. when you get akitas with that type of blood lines you have an killer

 

Answer by D-pak THE LEGENd
Submitted on 3/16/2005
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Well i am breeding an akita and a malmute, and if ya wanna find out who wins, come to my house and we will watch them fight

 

Answer by killermalamute
Submitted on 4/24/2005
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  I have a Malamute and he was attacked by an Akita. Needless to say he took care of the Akita in quick fashion, beating down the Akita and sending him bleeding and running into some bushes. Also I haven't seen the Akita since then, the owners might of had to put him down, sadly. Malamutes are very strong and very few dogs can beat them.

 

Answer by cacz
Submitted on 5/1/2005
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wise up ppl akitas kick ass,believe me ive seen it happen under estimate them at ure own cost,a fit akita is quite unbeatable

 

Answer by Akitalover
Submitted on 5/4/2005
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No i don't think all you all know what your talking about malamutes is like a piece of bone to an Akita. Yeah we have like 9 Akita and we do breed i think i know my Akita pretty well if an Akita can take out a bear then i think that it sure can take out a Malamute so do some history about Akita and come back and change you answers about malamutes... i will tell you what one time Akita was sitting on the porch and a pit bull came running down the road my Akita got up and smashed into him, rolled him and was shaking him by his neck... so them who think pits and Rottweiler and good fighter i don't think so Akita will eat them for a snack so don't speak highly about pits or Rottweiler because they are a snack to an Akita.... Yeah Again remember that Akita are JAPANESE FIGHTING DOGS, AND THEY ALSO ARE KNOWN TO FIGHT BEARS.

 

Answer by maia's mum
Submitted on 5/14/2005
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I take it all you guy's except the one with the kids, are men?

We have a problem in Australia with feral pigs and politicians. If your Akita's can do 1/2 the damage you suggest they can, please send them over here. My malamute, (giant female...deceased)was a god given gorgeous creature from USA/Canada/Alaskan champs and honey she was the best. She didn't need to fight any Japanese dwarf to prove it.

Go Malamutes.  

 

Answer by WOA
Submitted on 5/15/2005
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Malamutes are indeed very tough dogs, they are hardy, strong, and have good lungs. It also depends on the individual dogs, some dogs just have more heart than others. I still think the best fighter is an American Bulldog, I saw my friends fight a pit and we had to use a break stick just to get the AB off the pit, it was no contest.

 

Answer by fuk u joshua
Submitted on 6/12/2005
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my akita kill 2 tosas at once

 

Answer by yes
Submitted on 7/2/2005
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look at these pictures

http://www.hudsonsmalamutes.com/images/hudsons-malamutes-thumper-rightside2-April07-2005.jpg

http://www.hudsonsmalamutes.com/images/hudsons-malamutes-sumo-rightside2-may26-2005.jpg

pretty much identical to my malamute i have now, ive also owned a akita several years ago, i can tell you that the akita although a strong dog doesnet even have half the strength of a malamute and its fighting instinct has been bred out though many years of selective breeding. A malamute, such as the typical big ones above will never lose against any dog, my one weights 140lb'sand is 31" big it would destroy my old akita in seconds, but i would not want to see such nice dogs fight each other.

 

Answer by akita owner
Submitted on 7/14/2005
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I have an akita in the uk, although i wont let him fight with other dogs because i do not believe in dogs fighting, the akita is a fighting machine we he has to be and a great family pet but be careful of other children play with your own children as the are very protective towards their family.

 

Answer by Meme
Submitted on 7/20/2005
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Hi

I have 2 Akitas, and I have seen that there are lot of "Akitas" in the streets, but these "Akitas" arent what an Akita is, My baby's weight 95 pounds each, and are tuff like a bear, and had the head like a bear, I dont fight them, but several times he find a dog in the way home and both have fighted rottweiller and doverman, and beat the both, definitly a true Akita can beat a Malamute

 

Answer by CAC0
Submitted on 7/21/2005
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You can't really compare Rots to Akitas. Akitas are considerably better fighters...and your average Akita will take your average Malamute.


The Malamute, while a match for the Akita in terms of physicality, is just not game for a long fight and will likely bail once it realizes that it can't win easily. Actually, it's the smart thing to do. An Akita, on the other hand, would continue to fight a Tosa or Pit to its own demise. That 'gameness' is a form of stupidity, if you ask me...

I had the misfortune of seeing a large male Airedale terrier get into it with an Akita.   Man, the Akita was going to win, but it just couldn't quite pin that Airedale...it was ugly. The owners finally managed to break it up. Airedales will also fight an animal to their own death...  

 

Answer by bettermentflux
Submitted on 7/21/2005
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This is a bit of a ridiculous post, but I had to throw my 2 cents in anyway...

I owned a beautiful male Malamute. He passed away a few years ago. He weighed approx. 130-140lbs

Not aggressive at all but I can't recall meeting another dog that didn't immediately defer to him. A bit clumsy, however and had a habit of inadvertently knocking down my then toddler.

I have an Akita now, female, about 75lbs. She's *extremely* gentle. Will lick a cat and let a child yank on her ears or gouge her eyes and just take it. Another dog, however, is a totally different story. She is dominant. Period.

She's mostly friendly with other dogs, but if one tries to test her she will not yield until she's on top with the other dog baring it's belly.

As to which of my two dogs would have won in a fight... who cares! Not why I had them.

Bottom line: Speaking only from personal experience, I trusted my Malamute with other dogs but watched him around people.

My Akita is the opposite: I would leave my Akita to watch over in infant knowing that not only wouldn't she ever hurt a child, but would protect the child from getting into trouble or from anyone that wanted to cause the child harm. But I don't trust her to be around other dogs.

Both are/were beautiful, noble and dominant animals.

 

Answer by CAC0
Submitted on 7/21/2005
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You can't really compare Rots to Akitas. Akitas are considerably better fighters...and your average Akita will take your average Malamute.


The Malamute, while a match for the Akita in terms of physicality, is just not game for a long fight and will likely bail once it realizes that it can't win easily. Actually, it's the smart thing to do. An Akita, on the other hand, would continue to fight a Tosa or Pit to its own demise. That 'gameness' is a form of stupidity, if you ask me...

I had the misfortune of seeing a large male Airedale terrier get into it with an Akita.   Man, the Akita was going to win, but it just couldn't quite pin that Airedale...it was ugly. The owners finally managed to break it up. Airedales will also fight an animal to thier own death...  

 

Answer by malamutes are gentle
Submitted on 7/22/2005
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first of all this is the worst post I have ever seen anywhere. Malamutes are not bred to fight, they are work dogs, and sweet and gentle, if you train one to kill you should be in jail for dog abuse, I have one , I also have an akita, not a fighter either. Its not about the breed but how you raise them... Same on your stupid post and I hope you dont own any dogs you dont deserve them

 

Answer by Stasik115
Submitted on 7/22/2005
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Listen guys I have an 170 LBS akita. Hes usually friendly with people although he greatly dislike other dogs despite his training. He trys to fight them every chance he gets. We were walking down the street and my neighbor has a canary dog and a malamute my dog always gets along with the canary dog for some strange reason but hates the malamute. One day the owners of the malamute were walking the malamute without a leash and the malamute ran for me to bight me. It jump into my face and my akita caught his neck in mid-air and almost tore it apart but the owner came running to the malamute. Another insidint with my akita was with a canary dog the one that lives with the malamute. Both of us took our dogs to the local park. We let them go in the field and the were playing fairly well besides the occasional growl and bark when the canary bit my dogs tail. My akita destoyed the canary.  Any way that goes to prove that and akita can take a canary dog. BTW i had to pay the vet bills for the stupid canary dog.

 

Answer by Outsider
Submitted on 8/4/2005
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Right Listen up People, Japanese Akita's are used for bear hunting and they can eat bears.  They have a good height and they are strong dogs.  I have one and the other day it buried a half pitbull and half staff.

 

Answer by I live for Malamutes!
Submitted on 8/11/2005
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A neighbor of mine saw me walking mu malamute and she was afraid because she saw a malamute kicking a Dobermanīs ass.I dont like dog fights and I dont care who will win just for fun I just care about my dog and apparently of what I read on here, the trainers think the malamute will win while the ones who think the opposite just canīt prove it.And if you didntīt know a do would fight more if he is with his owner because he wantīs to protect his owner.

 

Answer by Denny
Submitted on 8/15/2005
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This is a da question. The answer depends on da dog and not da breed. I've owned many akitas and one owned me, a small male [85 lb.] the sweetest tempered, kindest, most charismatic dog I.ve ever been around. He refused to fight unless neccessary, yet he once whipped 3 dogs at the same time, a 160 lb st. bernard, 100 lb. shepherd and a 50 lb. mutt. They'er all different.

 

Answer by Lyoness
Submitted on 9/24/2005
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the malamute rules!!  They love people, and they were often depended upon to protect their owners from polar bears and other such animals.  Hmmm...polar bear...akita... I think the malamute will dominate.  they rock.

 

Answer by Scottish dave
Submitted on 9/25/2005
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Why buy a dog spend all UK money on it the put it in a pit to fight i own an Akita and when it meets a dog in the street it will win and has won everytme but come off it dogs are not for fighting and only sick people TRAIN and fit there dogs

Scottish Davy
C YAs

 

Answer by Witness
Submitted on 10/18/2005
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hmmm well i used to live in kuwait and theres alot of dog fighting legally there. iv seen most dog breeds fight. a malamute is very stronge may not be bredd to fight but it can fight. akita would beat malamute most of the time but the malamute stands a 1 out of 3 chance. i saw a malamute vs a tosa and the malamute won but then died of injurys within 10minutes. but the dog that most shock me was the doberman, this doberman fought a german sheppard and won then a boxer then a tosa then another doberman and he won all his fights. he was so aggressive iv never seen anything like it. i dont know about the pit bull but in kuwait they hardly use them, there to small for fighting they dont stand a chance vs a akita or a tosa or even a dobe

 

Answer by wolfbreed
Submitted on 11/9/2005
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this is an interesting discussion between idiots who can't spell, I hate to break it to yall but akitas are the baddest dogs out there. the only K9 that will dominate an akita is of coarse a wolf. If you don't agree bring your dog to my house and we'll play. I breed an akc akita male with a pure timberwolf female, both dogs well exceed 100 pounds, both dogs will dominate any malimute. so smarten up!!!!!!!

 

Answer by denver
Submitted on 11/12/2005
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I AM AN AKITA OWNER AND I STILL BELIEVE THAT THERE IS A BLACK LAB OUT THERE OR A TOUGH ASS GIANT POODLE THAT COULD BEAT AN AKITA IN A FIGHT. IT ALL DEPENDS ON THE FIRST LOCK OF THE NECK OR THE RIGHT WEIGHT DISPLACEMENT. IT CAN BE ONE SIMPLE MOVE THAT WINS THE FIGHT. MY AKITA HAS YET TO LOOSE A FIGHT SINCE ONE YEAR OF AGE AGAINST PITS/BOXERS/WOLF DOGS AND MIX BREEDS. ONE DAY HE MAY HAVE HIS TIME. A FRIEND OF MINE HAD AN AKITA AND A FRIEND OF HIS HAD A MALAMUTE AND THEY WERE FRIENDS AS PUPPIES BUT WHEN THEY MET FULL GROWN THEY FOUGHT AND THE AKITA ENDED UP TEARING OFF ONE OF THE MALAMUTES EARS OFF AND THE AKITA CAME OUT W/ A BLOODY LIP.

 

Answer by Kittsu
Submitted on 11/17/2005
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http://216.239.39.104/translate_c?hl=pt-BR&u=http://www.zippyvideos.com/5470917761933616/akita_vs_german_shepherd/&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dakita%2Bvs%2Bdogo%26hl%3Dpt-BR%26lr%3D

See that and we'll talk.

 

Answer by snookie
Submitted on 11/28/2005
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To answer your question Cokacola, I have 5 Kids and one Akita.  I've had many dogs in my time with my children and I must say that the Akita is by far the best dog to have for your kids.  They are playful and very protective.  But keep in mind, you must raise them love not with violence.  

Also, for the one who said that a Golden Retriever would be the best dog... Check the stats, they are on the list for dogs who are known for turning.  Not a good choice!  smart yes but not safe!

 

Answer by staffyfighter
Submitted on 12/8/2005
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can u tell me th training i need to do to fight my dog accept baiting and that cheers

 

Answer by Fuzzman
Submitted on 12/20/2005
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One thing I'd like to convey to those who criticize the posters on their poor english. / These individuals most likely are not American and don't speak or write english well, but then, you probally don't speak any of their language. So I must commend them for making an attempt. I apologize, I only speak one language but have feelings for all dumb animals, two legged and four.

 

Answer by AkiTa's RuLe
Submitted on 12/20/2005
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I had an Akita and he was about 110 pounds and he was very tough.  I was walking him one day and he got attacked by a malamute and a doberman and my dog kicked the crap out of both of them.  Akitas are fighters and malamutes are not raised for that so in otherwords don't let your malamute fight an Akita.

 

Answer by aky
Submitted on 12/23/2005
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ive been lookin 4r a dog that suits me for 5 years, and along the way have learnt alot about different breeds. in my conclusion i say that the malamute is a big strong dog but it lacks the mantality of an akita which is dominating and a strong guardian. im not saying the malamute is a weak dog but dog fighting is not its strong point just look at both der backgrounds akita-hunting bears and guarding. malamute-pulling sledges.

p.s. i have just bought a akita puppy which is now 6 months and its a wonderful strong dog that is not intimidated by any dog.

 

Answer by Bdog
Submitted on 1/19/2006
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straight up an akitas will murder a malamuteassses

 

Answer by sta
Submitted on 1/28/2006
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Akita is an extremely aggressive dog twords other dogs. it will take out a malamute any time. My akita is 180lbs. I dont bring him to fight because that is stupid. On my block my neighbor has a canary dog and a malamute. They were running around with out a leash and saw my dog and started running twords him so i let go of my leash and my akita took both of them. Fortunalty I didnt have to pay medical bills because the judge said it wasnt our fauilt

 

Answer by Paula'sRotts
Submitted on 2/25/2006
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let me tell u all somin i have owned big dogs my whole life and i know that no matter what the breed is it goes by the temperement on the dog and a malamute is a strong dog but i have a m8 which owns american akitas and they r BIG, their like grizzly bears but mind u all wild dogs such as malamutes and huskies can be quite threatning although they r lovely dogs. talking about dog fighting is abit sick hense pitbulls r illegal now in the uk because 2 many sick bast*rds were fighting them so please dont find this site funny. some of u say that you recan the akita will win because of its bear hunting well i dont think so because a rhodesian ridgeback dog was bred especially for hunting lions now ive seen lions tare chunks out of tigers for pete sakes so if u think it goes by what they were breed for it doesn't, u put a st bernard in a ring with a malamute and see who wins st bernards r big powerful dogs which can be aggresive so i think on a scale of 1-10 an akita may rate at 4-5 which is on a scale of 50/50 they r both big breeds and both have dominant temrements!!

so who knows!!

ps dont take rottweilers for granted i was walking 1 of my rotties and it saw an akita, the akita went for my rottie so my rottie pinned the akita to the floor and was going for him i had to step in before either of them got badly hurt so you can catch any breed of dog at a good point or bad point in life so dont think that breeds like labradors or german shepherds are weak because it depends on how their temrements r!

 

Answer by bronx
Submitted on 2/28/2006
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have a japanese akita  & a pitbull also american bulldog - my akita by far is the most dangerous dog out the 3. pitbull and bulldog are locking dogs - akitas rip around and use there body power - a malamute wud not have a chance with a japanese akita dont no bout the american breed but 100% not a chance wiv jap --- ne 1 who got a malamute n wants 2 get it on lets roll

 

Answer by Michael
Submitted on 3/19/2006
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An Alaskin Malumute is tuff, .....but would not stand a chance agenst an AKITA. I know from expierience, i useto breed Akitas, and my neaibors bred malumuts one day my dog ETSIL the akita hopped the fence and attacked my neaibors dog and whoped his azz. He ended up dying the AKITA is a JAPANES FITGHING DOG they dominate any dog who crosses their path. Akita rulezzzz

 

Answer by koda
Submitted on 3/22/2006
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how would a boxer do vs a malamute? a malamute is almost twice its size and judging by the builds of the ones at my local park they are physically about the toughest dog around.


 

Answer by 456
Submitted on 3/28/2006
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Can A rottweiler fight ?

 

Answer by jessie
Submitted on 4/2/2006
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It depends on the dogs.It could go either way.

 

Answer by Reflection
Submitted on 4/9/2006
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Cokacola,

Go to www.dogbreedinfo.com and there they have a rating scale as to which dogs are more tolerable and amiable towards children.  Most mastiff breeds are very loving and protective of children, but you are right about their size.  If you want a medium sized dog who loves children and will protect against intruders, you may look at the american bulldog, Belgian Malinios, Chesapeake Bay Retriever (they have low tolerance of strangers), Chinese Shar-Pei, Chow Chow, and the Weimeraner bird dog (one of the breeds used to develop the Doberman Pinscher, my friend has three and I can not even lightly knock on the door with out a three dog alarm going off.  They are great with his two children; 4 and 10 months old.  Research, research, and more research is key to finding the best dog for you. And the best match for the dog too.

Good luck, and do NOT buy from a pet store, you will regret it! They are not interested breeding in good dogs, only in $$ and mass production.

 

Answer by mike
Submitted on 4/9/2006
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AN AKITA EASILY!!!!!!

 

Answer by j...
Submitted on 4/18/2006
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dudes...........yes malamutes are tough...just like wolfs...i hav 3.......but an akita can kill a pack(atlest 4) of wolf with out any fatal injuries...truly...cuz i've seen it.....now wut do you yhink?

 

Answer by will
Submitted on 4/28/2006
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MOST OF YALL HAVE GOOD POINTS,HOWEVER IT REALLY DEPENDS ON THE ACTUAL DOG.WHO WOULD CLASSIFY A YELLOW LAB AS A FIGHTER? I SEEN IT!OUR BLACKSMITH HAD A BEAUTIFUL LAB ALSO A BRENDAL  BIG HEADED MALE LARGE PIT BULL. HE GOT EM GOING ,THE LAB JUMPED RIGHT ON TOP OF THE PIT, GRABBED THE THROAT ,TOOK HIM TO THE GROUND.I SEEN THIS .GENERALLY SPEAKING CERTAIN BREEDS ARE FOR FIGHTING,BUT NOT ALWAYS THA WINNER.

 

Answer by blabla
Submitted on 5/5/2006
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i think thats alot of that has to do with how u rais the dog and train it, that rott  and malamute incident i think ur dog was fighting stonger and with more will because it had u to protect to ,,,,   i like the malamute its a great dog but i think a akita is a much better fighting dog and anyone who answers that question HONESTLY knows that the akita is stronger but like i said it somes down a lot to training ,,,, and i know a akita the fought 2 rotts and won with no problem i dont want to get into the story its way to long now.... anyways this is a stupid conversation and i thing it should end now couse when u get a dog u get it for us self( i am hoping ) not for someone else and to show of how tuff it is ........

 

Answer by JFK
Submitted on 5/17/2006
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I think this is the most stupid forum I have ever come across on the internet.

 

Answer by doggod
Submitted on 5/17/2006
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I'm afraid u kid know NOTHING about fighting dogs. The Alaskan Malamute can be dominant and very powerful. But it simply isn't a fighting dog. A 18 inches hight Pit bull terrier can knock down a 35 inches hight Great Dane, because its a fighting daug. If u saw them fiting(an Akita, Pitbull, Dogo Argentino, Tosa, Rottweiler, Doberman or Staffy) you`d notice they bite first the ears directly and often tear them away (thats why pitbulls are that short earcropped) and then they catch the throat and nothing but their owners can separate them from the dog they're killing. A dogo argentino frequently catches the mouth and asfixiates its victim. Well, learn kid. I'm Chilean, Latin american and I know more than u stupid

 

Answer by bullet
Submitted on 6/23/2006
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kev ur a d!!k head

 

Answer by aka
Submitted on 7/11/2006
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my akita will fight any dog it sees i had a malmute no angry instinct pits are useless the dogo argentino is very good fighter as well. malmute dont have it in them.

 

Answer by Royelle
Submitted on 7/14/2006
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OKAY PPL!! wtf your talking about malamutes and akitas fighting...but the thing is are you gona fight them?? Please dont because its iliegal!!!!!!!!!! Malamutes are NOT fighting dogs they are WORKING DOGS(Sled Dogs)..etc... akitas are fighting dogs .. So anyways whats the matter with you all eh!

 

Answer by dd
Submitted on 7/14/2006
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not one of you knows what he is taking about, just try puting a akbash against a malamute.
an akbash can take out pitbulls like a breese.

 

Answer by Bengals_Mama
Submitted on 8/1/2006
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What a bunch of dumbasses here, I put in an Akita search & this pops up!  First of all, to the person wanting to know a good dog to defend her children- a female Akita would be a great choice.  The only problem is, they might turn on strangers or other peoples children... if they think there is a danger to you or your family.  My aunt has raised Akitas for a long time & has had good experiences with all of her females.  The males do get aggressive with other people & sometimes kids.  We have a female Akita, and I have a 2 young kids.  She was great in the house, not too energetic.  They are not very active dogs, most of them will not jump on you or act stupid.  They do not bark, unless there is reason for it.  They are very clean dogs.  Make sure you let her know who is boss, because she will test you just like a teenager!  Now back to dog fighting... yes it's illegal & it's cruel.  I do want to add that an Akita can whoop any dog out there, just look it up.  They were bred to hunt bears & to fight dogs from other militaries.  I have read several history sites that say they were bred to fight pit bulls.  I do want you to know that cops will not bring their German Shepards out around Akitas, for fear of their dogs getting their ass beat.  They are also known to climb trees to go after their prey.  They stalk their prey or whatever it is that they are going to attack, just like a cat.  they are very silent & sneaky.  Very solid in structure, have sharp teeth like a wolf, and long sharp nails.  If you are going to get one as a pet, I would recommend having it altered.  It will take a lot of the aggression out.  They make wonderful pets, but you have to remember they are still dogs & can be unpredictable.  Another note... small dogs are more likely to bite children, or anyone for that matter.  They are more easily intimidated because of their size.  I am in Ohio, it's hard to find Akita's here.  I am currently looking for a male so if anyone has one for sale, or knows of Akitas for sale email bengals_mama@hotmail.com  Thanks!

 

Answer by solo
Submitted on 8/2/2006
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hello lads I'mnew and i found this website today and i was wondering, who win a fight a rottwieler or an Akita?

 

Answer by otto
Submitted on 8/4/2006
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Do some reading people akita'sare breed for pit fighting it's larger and has gamnes
i have 6 alaskan malamute's these stronge dog's but is not breed for pit fighting over 100 of years like the akita

 

Answer by California
Submitted on 8/11/2006
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I don't even know why I'm reading these ridiculous posts!  I own a 110 pound male malamute that is great with kids and most people.  He doesn't knock down my two year old and he only barks if there is a legitimate threat.  I have seen him take down (on separate occasions) a large german shepherd, and two pit bulls.  Malamutes are very dominant, powerfull, and stronger than you might think.  They will not pick a fight and do to their good nature are assumed to be less aggressive in a confrontation.  But once provoked, they can be difficult to stop.  They generally like people though.  I wouldn't EVER consider owning an Akita with children.  Check out your breeds and consider WHY you're getting the dog.  A dog that needs to be reminded continually of who is alpha would be a waste of dog food at my house.

 

Answer by hast
Submitted on 8/16/2006
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whats with all the idiots on the internet?

 

Answer by akita 41
Submitted on 9/20/2006
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o.k people you are all in need of some good old fashion research on these very different breads, it has been 2 years since you people types these q and A's but here is mine in case you ever check back. The malamute is not an aggressive dog it is shown on the professional scale as a working dog as is the akita. The akita thought was bred for a few thousand years as a pack hunting/war animal so the have the larger teeth stronger jaw pressure and thicker fur. Does this mean that akitas a tougher than malamutes.. NO Don't give Akitas the bad name that they almost desearve, I've owned 2 males with their nuts and 1 would kill any dog/person/coyote/mouse the other would get beat up by the cat. It is not the kind or size of the particular dog bread it is the inherent danger they feel and their reaction that will determine the outcome. Malamutes are great dogs that can also kick butt if need be.

 

Answer by Andy
Submitted on 9/21/2006
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What a stupid discussion. Encouraging dog fighting ought to be punishable by hanging.

Get a life.

 

Answer by swizzler
Submitted on 9/23/2006
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akita wins no problem, only fools believe a malmute would take out an akita. Its obvious that you must no nothing about the akita breed an so your answers will be biased an unrealiable.

 

Answer by hanko
Submitted on 10/5/2006
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Anyone for a fight with my Siberian Tiger?

 

Answer by wolfpup5290
Submitted on 10/9/2006
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wtf....this is dumb do you kno that in us fightin of dogs is illegal [[not to mention dumb!!]] y would u wanna fight dogs? y not be real men r wutev n fight each other at least that way these dogs would get the lives they disserve with intelegent and caring peep instead of wit u inhuman idiots!!!

 

Answer by bob
Submitted on 10/9/2006
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Well, every dog is going to be different, but a friend was on leave in juneau, and saw a Malamute leap a 6'fence, snuff a rott, and leap back over the fence, in less than 10 seconds.
  I have a 135# female mal, and she thinks she's bad, I'm not so convinced, but she's 10.
She did puncture the head on a golden that came into her territory though.

 

Answer by midoooooooo
Submitted on 10/23/2006
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rotweiller is the stongest dog this is true

 

Answer by r4is3n
Submitted on 11/4/2006
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i saw a fight: 1 akita vs a pit bull and i just can say the akita  almost kill the pit bull

 

Answer by puppy love
Submitted on 12/5/2006
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my pomeranian could take them all!!!!
wahahahahaha...by the way...where be ye from?

 

Answer by Jason
Submitted on 12/6/2006
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ok, i had a mal and he got out. and i went looking for him because he had a mean history, but when i found him he was at my parents house and there was a pitbull ( or thats what the owner said it was) and my mal was in the front lawn laying there and the pit started to get aggresive towards me and my mal went over there and some how amazing killed the pit so i dont know if that was sheer luck or what

 

Answer by Finn
Submitted on 12/11/2006
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I think that most of you are pretty ignorant when it comes to dogs. Even though a certain breed has sometimes been bred for fighting, it's not about the breed, it's about the inviduals. And I have to say, that I've seen both akitas and malamutes. And theyre both fighters. Even though a malamute isn't bred for  fighting, most of the malamutes i'veseen fighting, are really, really fast and effective. But as I said, it's about the inviduals. Always. And just for clarification, these fights i have seen are not intended dog fights, but simple accidents. Dog fights are stupid, and should never be done on purpose.

 

Answer by gman35
Submitted on 1/12/2007
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the akita and malamute would be an interesting fight , the winner would probably not be the same everytime .. both r very tuff dominate dogs ...when i was younger i use to watch dog fights . High dollar dogs like the colby pit and the staffsr the best pound for pound  but if i had to put money on one dog regardless of weight it would be the ovtcharka i have only seen one over here fighting and i had to ask wat it was but it clearly dominated the pit but of course it was about 140 lbs... these dogs r beautiful but they r vicious and and very very fast .The demise of the pit was the grab and hold method that they employ when fighting , the ovtcharka goes only for the throat and will slash until it gets to the throat and then hold and choke ... i do not know how game the ovtcharka is the fights were usually over in about2 or 3 minutes

 

Answer by pit luva
Submitted on 1/17/2007
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ive got a cross breed pitbull & akita it is the most vicious lookin but beutiful dog the reason i crossed the breedz is bcoz they are the two best fightin dogz and most attractive ask any1 about my dog in north london and they knw its dat popular GENIUS BREED

 

Answer by reilly
Submitted on 1/23/2007
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an akita would cleary win

 

Answer by joe
Submitted on 1/26/2007
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Look in the springfield Mo register.
A Rottwieller attacked a Malamute and the malamute tore the rotts head off his body.
Malamutes are the most Wolf like of all dogs and have huge canines and massive bite pressure from the timber wolf.
Yes they are not pit dogs ar attack dogs but they hate other dogs.
My malamute weighs 190 lbs and can tear My brothers Neapolitan mastiff a new a-hole and has.
Also a malamute has so much hair its hard for other dogs to even hurt them.
My Mal picked up my brothers Neapolitan Mastiff by the neck and shock it like a rag doll.
Now the mastiff cowers around My Mal.
The Malamute is normally Friendly and docile but if another dog is around they are uncontrollable.
You must socialize a Malamute very Young to other dogs.
I also Have a 150lb Akita and they are also a very aggressive dog to other dogs.
These 2 Breeds are about equal if they were to fight and either one would kill a rott or boxer or pitbull.
But neither would be a match for the caucasain mountain dog.
Rotts would be a good fight against a malamute But the mals are much stronger and pin the rotts.
The Malamute is a direct descendant of the timber wolf and is pretty much like a wolf with a puppy attitude.
My Mal can pop tennis balls with one chomp and could bite a rotts leg in half with one bite.
My mals legs at the wrist are almost 4'' Diameter.
My brothers mastiff is Maybe 2" diameter at the wrist.
In a pit a pit animal has an advantage as there smaller and can move more freely, but throw them in a back yard and no pitbull is a match for a trained Malamute.
Yu Turds Don't know what your talking about.
Get a Malamute , Train Him and then watch him eat your neighbors Pitbull.

 

Answer by tuffy
Submitted on 1/29/2007
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malamutes can beat any dog they want to. they beat wolves and mad female lyxns. akitas can be beaten by babies. if akitas were met by a lyxn the lyxn would tear it up into shreads in one hundredth of a second. akitas are WIERD. VERY VERY VERY WIERD

 

Answer by tuffy
Submitted on 1/29/2007
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roastcha your answer mackers'sanswer don zaf'sasnwers  are WRONG VERY WRONG akitas are WIERD and DUMB                                                    HAhahahahaha hehehehehehehehe hohohohohohohoh malamute are BETTER

 

Answer by tuffy
Submitted on 1/29/2007
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MALAMUTE all the way

 

Answer by tuffy
Submitted on 1/30/2007
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this story is about malamute. me have 16 akitas and 1 malamute. all dogs get into fight. malamute kill all akitas in 10 seconds. hehehehehehehehehe hahahahahahahahahahaha hohohohohohohohohohohoh

 

Answer by ck
Submitted on 2/10/2007
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All of you people are unintelligent idiots!
First of all the malamute is an ancient breed of the arctic, not alot of food around up there so any dogs outside of thier pack threatened any food available. Solution....fight to the DEATH!!!
Remember for THOUSANDS of years it evolved this way. Training is somthing that humans put into thier dogs, instincs come at birth. Dog fighting for entertainment is sick and people who do this with thier dogs should be locked up at the local dog pound! ANY dog of equal size to a malamute is gonna have a bad day if it looks at the mal the wrong way.

 

Answer by MartinLightning
Submitted on 2/14/2007
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There is no exact answer of which dog's gonna win the fight, when dog's fight, several reasons or facts can decide which one's gonna fight....facts such as weight, speed, intelligence, training levels, agressiveness and so on... you cannot state which dog's gonna be the winner because even a well trained Rottweiler can get beaten by a Boxer if the last one is more agile and fast...(and it is indeed... Rotts are heavyweight dogs and are clumpsier when fighting... Boxers snatch the troat and don't release...and if that ever happens to a Rott...it is done....)

 

Answer by The Fiss
Submitted on 2/23/2007
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Please excuse me spelling. I was in a rush. Plus I can't 'spel' at the best of times. Cheers.

 

Answer by funkmasta
Submitted on 3/13/2007
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malamute may be a big dog and nows how to survive...if wild. but a akita is also big, breb for fighting and has a bad attitude towards other dogs. even worse than a malamutes

 

Answer by herkeeper
Submitted on 3/30/2007
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I stumbled on this forum by accident and do not approve of dog fighting. Still, I must tell what happened last summer while walking my older(9 year old)female Malamute. As we passed a house, a large male, lab-looking dog, jumped his fence and attacked her while I had her on the leash. I thought for sure he would kill her so I prepared to defend her. But she turned into the Tasmanian Devil and just kicked his a**. The owners came out as he ran yelping back to them. My Malamute continued the walk with big hair and a lot of attitude. She had to go to our vet the next day because she pulled a muscle in the fight. Not bad for an old lady.

 

Answer by bob
Submitted on 3/31/2007
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This is stupid, im getting an akita and because it is a tough dog is not what im getting it for, i look at all the aspects of the dog and find whats best for me, who cares who is tougher, the chances of these two dogs clashing are very low and even if they saw each other would they fight? and each individual dog is stronger than another dog so you cant really say unless there is a big difference like a mastiff vs a staff

 

Answer by reeltoreel
Submitted on 4/20/2007
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Why don't you all go on a basic schooling course to learn a bit of spelling and perhaps get to read a few books (it wont kill you) rather than spend time breeding and idly conversing about dangerous dogs - do you have some kind of inferiority complex, you hopeless, useless bunch of chavs?

 

Answer by Brock
Submitted on 4/23/2007
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hands down the Akita will beat a malamute ass...Akita's like to fight no matter what...and have that killer instinct what the malamutes doesn't have...

 

Answer by Me No Ingrish
Submitted on 6/4/2007
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Me fight Akitas and Malamutes nekkid.

Me win lots.

Malamute what fight me Akita. Malamute eat Akita with BBQ sauce.

Sorry No ENGLISH!!

My Pommeranian would put the smack down on any Malamute. Just last week he tore up a Great Dane and pulled 3 children out of a lake.

Mals and Akitas are wusses. Get a Pom.

 

Answer by Cal
Submitted on 6/4/2007
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Get a life you bunch of dumbasses

 

Answer by big al
Submitted on 6/24/2007
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an akita is to quick and powerful it has the instinct to take down a larger dog like the husky which is not a fighting breed...

 

Answer by Alan Tamerson
Submitted on 6/26/2007
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I breed both Akitas and Alaskan malamutes. My adult dogs will fight alot, its a stuggle for power/dominance. The fights are normally very close but in my 15 years of dog breeding malamutes inevitably overpower the akitas and win. Although an akita is a japanese fighting dog an alaskan malamutes strength is of a different class. The sheer strength of a malamute is frightening. Malamutes who are given more attention and affection by there owners become soft and will not beat an akita, as malamutes are of course family dogs and are normally more pack orientated. BUT if a malamute is trained not as a pet but as a fighting dog there are only a few 1st class fighting dogs that can beat it i.e American Pitbulls. Malamutes are extremely strong and there strength is not to be compared with dogs, but with bulls. You don't have to believe me but its a fact i can honestly say i've seen with my very own eyes.

 

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