American and Japanese dog fights. Archive film 96624

Due to his Japanese dog fighting history, the Japanese Tosa is banned in Australia, Cyprus, Denmark, Iceland, Malaysia, Malta, New Zealand, Norway and Turkey.

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Temperament / Behavior
The Japanese Fighting Dog is loyal, protective, calm and patient. The breed is good with other dogs and pets only if raised with them from a young age. It is not advisable to keep other dogs of the same size and temperament, because the Japanese Fighting Dog will fight -- and usually win. Due to its background as a fighting dog, this breed is fearless, bold, and often intimidating. However, the breed is highly intelligent and trains easily. It is devoted to its family, but is usually wary of strangers until properly introduced. Owners must make it clear that visitors are welcome so the dog does not go into protection mode. While Japanese-bred dogs are smaller in stature (66 - 88 lbs.), dogs bred in the U.S. and Europe are much larger (100 - 200 lbs.). Due to the breed's potential to get extremely large, unruly dogs cannot be tolerated. Experienced training and handling is absolutely required.


RARE JAPANESE ZERO DOGFIGHT Demonstration

JAPANESE CHIN DOG FIGHTS LION

Due to his Japanese dog fighting history, the Japanese Tosa is banned in Australia, Cyprus, Denmark, Iceland, Malaysia, Malta, New Zealand, Norway and Turkey.