TOSA INU is a Japanese fighting dog that originated in the Tosa region of Japan and is a working dog that can hunt rabbits. Japanese breeders originally used it to mate with Western breeds to optimize the breed in all directions, according to the Japan Kennel Club, it was bred in 1854 with the German pointer, the English bull terrier, the mastiff, the Great Dane, and the French mastiff, so it is larger than the medium-sized Japanese mastiff and more ferocious, strong, agile. The dog is gentle, quiet, does not like to bark, even in anger, fighting the basic will not bark. Patient, patient, calm and brave, smart, and hygienic.
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