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It is a way heavier, way thicker, in all ways a much sturdier knife. You can use this as a prybar, to baton wood, and it still comes sharp enough to shave with out of the box.
If you can budget just a wee bit more the BK2 is pretty great. Or you can check out some stuff from Ontario knife company. They are a bit more budget friendly and still make great blades.
I recommend the Becker BK2. It's an absolute beast, especially when it comes to batoning. It has a very thick spine so it can really take a beating. The only problem I have with it is the sheath tends to dull the blade. You might want to get a custom Kydex sheath for it. It is made by KaBar so if you are loyal to the brand, that's a plus.
I do have a KaBar USMC fighting knife as well which is similar to the Dogs Head. It's a good camp knife but I don't like it for bushcraft. The false edge near the tip tends to cut into your baton after a steady rounds of whacks.