Is a Tosa Inu a good guard dog?

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Is a Tosa Inu a good guard dog?

Tosa is a fearless giant-sized dog breed that was developed as a fighting dog. They are also called Tosa Inu, Japanese fighting dog, Japanese Mastiff, and Tosa Ken. Today they are mostly used as guard dogs because of their patience, boldness, and courage.

What is the strongest guard dog?


  • Bullmastiff. These large, strong dogs weigh around 150lbs making them perfectly capable of tackling a fully-grown human should the need arise.
  • Rottweiler.
  • Great Dane.
  • Boxer.
  • Rhodesian Ridgeback.
  • German Shepherd.
  • Doberman Pinscher.

What does teacher on special assignment mean?

A teacher on special assignment—often abbreviated as TSA or TOSA—is an experienced teacher who steps outside the classroom to take on a specialized role. While across the board TSAs assist teachers and administrators, their specializations vary widely, from STEM to special ed and everything in between.

How much does a Tosa Inu puppy cost?

This kennel currently has 11 adult Tosa Inu dogs to breed. Each one has different bloodlines and her puppies that have come from her kennel have gone on to be champion dogs. They take reservations for puppies along with deposits. The total cost of a puppy is 3,000 euros which equals to $3,231.56 in US dollars.

How hard is it to find a Tosa Inu?

The dogs are known for their even and stable temperaments that allow them to place their family above everything else. Tosa puppies can be hard to find, as this is a rare dog breed; however, there are several Tosa Inu breeders in the USA and around the world that you can contact.

What is a small Tosa Kennel?

We are a small Tosa kennel and breed with passion for the Tosa according to the rules of the Dutch kennelclub and the Dutch Kennel association. Puppies grow up in our home with the mother and other dogs. Socializing, health and love are very important in our kennel.

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