1. Welcome to Pit Bull Chat!

    We are a diverse group of Pit Bull enthusiasts devoted to the preservation of the American Pit Bull Terrier.

    Our educational and informational discussion forum about the American Pit Bull Terrier and all other bull breeds is a venue for members to discuss topics, share ideas and come together with the common goal to preserve and promote our canine breed of choice.

    Here you will find discussions on topics concerning health, training, events, rescue, breed specific legislation and history. We are the premier forum for America’s dog, The American Pit Bull Terrier.

    We welcome you and invite you to join our family.

    You are currently viewing our boards as a guest which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features. By joining our free community, you will have access to post topics, communicate privately with other members (PM), respond to polls, upload content and access many other features. Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join our community today!

    If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us.

    Dismiss Notice

Bite Force Comparison

Discussion in 'Dog Debates' started by annji, Oct 29, 2007.

  1. Jelet

    Jelet Banned

  2. mandreweav

    mandreweav Good Dog

    52 lbs is a big ass snapper. i found this snapper down the street the other day. this is a friend of mine holding the turtle.
  3. chloesredboy2

    chloesredboy2 Good Dog

    Thats pretty cool.Did you keep it?And yeah that one we found was ginormous god only knows how old it was.
  4. mandreweav

    mandreweav Good Dog

    no, i set him where i think he came from. he was sitting near a storm drain(i think thats what it was) and im guessing he crawled to another part of town in there, i live about 4 miles from a lake so hopefully he made it back down there. he was too nasty to keep and i wouldnt have an aqaurium big enough for him. they say some turtles and tortises can live for a couple of hundred years so he was probably pretty old.
  5. grave digger

    grave digger Puppy

    Yeah i seen that Bull Shit............
  6. PitBullHappeningsRescue

    PitBullHappeningsRescue Rescue Moderator Premium Member

    The fact is there is no scientific evidence whatsoever to support bite pressure. There is way too many technical reasons why there isn't any published scientific reports in regards to breed biting PSI. For starters, a dog canNOT be instructed to bite down on whatever at the full capacity of his/her bite. The various sizes of the breeds, what you use as a drive to get the breed to bite, the breeds age, health, and so forth are all logical reasons as to why their is NO published scientific reports. Not to mention, to claim "the highest bite PSI" you would have to test ALL Breeds.
  7. skippy

    skippy Big Dog

    Biomechanics can model a skull and calculate biteforce based on the size of muscles used to close the jaw and so forth. This is probably as close as anyone could get to accurately predicting the force of a bite. There are MAJOR flaws even with this but I can't see any more impartial way to measure it. Any dog only gets the one set of adult teeth and I have seen it suggested that this is part of the reason they can't bite as hard as the likes of a crocodile shich will replace teeth when they break.
  8. Strakatz

    Strakatz Little Dog

    We caught a logger head snapper on a trot line back in the seventies that was a 100 lbs. His head measured 6 in across. Very very rare to see one even close to that size anymore. They're now protected in Ark.

Share This Page