Tosa Inu or Japanese Tosa
Good with Kids:
The Tosa inu or Japanese Tosa is a very strong and aggressive breed and should never be owned by beginners or people who are not sure of themselves. They are good watchdogs and are affectionate towards their family and handler. They are very brave and quiet dogs.
Country of origin:
Large dog breeds
The Tosa lnu is quite and self-aware, patient brave and a very good watchdog which only back when necessary, has a strong protective urge, and is exceptionally intelligent.
Guarding dog breeds (UKC)
The Tosa lnu place its family first and foremost. Generally they are the fine with children but strangers are cautiously treated know visitors are usually happily greeted keep him away from other dogs which are raring for a fight because an attacker will always come off worse.
The short-haired coat of the tosa lnu is found in a number of colure including red-brown, black, yellow, streaked and black and tan multi-colored is also permissible
The Tosa lun is fairly easy to look after. The coat can be kept in good condition by an occasional brushing to remove dead and loose hairs. These dogs do not slobber.
The Tosa lnu requires an equable and consistent but amiable approach to its training it is very sensitive to your voice. It is not sensible to take a hard line with the Tosa lnu although a commanding and confident approach is essential, this is not a breed for beginners.