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Which dog breed the best on p4p?
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Which dog breed or breeds have best raw power, explosive power on p4p?
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Generally the Bully Breeds. Often because they are quite strong, but without being slow and clumsy like some of the bigger Mastiffs are. They have a good combination of strength and agility.
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One can also say sight hounds like the Lurcher and Greyhound also has great explosive power along with some terrier breeds.
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I think the greyhound. But I think that All dogs have almost the same explosive power on p4p be more precise. When you compare dog and dog, it's the same as compare of persian cat and siamese cat.
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Dogs are a lot more diverse than that. In fact, dogs are one of the most diverse species on the planet. Some are so different from each other, that they could almost be considered different species by looks alone.
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Almost the same hiding behind a appearance. Only wolf is different from domestic dogs to a greater extent. (canis lupus).

Quote:Thus, early on in their domestication, thousands of years ago, without selection for brain power, their brain's cerebral mass was severely diminished...even the smartest and most well trained dogs have an ultimately smaller brain and are dumber than any wolf.
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#7
DNA and genetics wise, that is true. But dogs vary a lot more from each other than Even the Mackenzie Valley Wolf does from the Arabian Wolf, or perhaps even from the Coyote.
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(02-13-2019, 03:45 AM)Ryo Wrote: DNA and genetics wise, that is true. But dogs vary a lot more from each other than Even the Mackenzie Valley Wolf does from the Arabian Wolf, or perhaps even from the Coyote.

I agree with you. If we compare chihuahua and great dane. When dogs are not the same size.
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#9
Not just size, also build. Greyhounds are fast, but really skinny, with big chests, small skulls and thin skin.
Many of the toy breeds are tiny and fragile, with bad skulls.
Mastiffs are bulky and slow, with big heads and loose skin, but often have small teeth.
German Shepherds are fast and intelligent.
Spitz vary in temper and size, and have often curled tails.

And this is before we get into all the different builds, ear shapes, tail shapes, body shapes, muzzle shapes, difference in legs compared to the rest of the body, as well as overall intelligence and temper.
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