At first glance it may seem that dangerous and aggressive breed of dog is the same.
On the “danger” of a dog breed is affected by many factors, and experts on this topic often disagree.
Just call the dog threat is unfair. However, in the case of some breeds you can tell exactly what a dog of this breed will do more harm to his victim — if he decides to attack. According to this principle, selected these rocks. It is important to note, however, that almost all the breeds bred to obey their masters. So most of the incidents are due to improper training and unreasonable behaviour of the owner.
The Tosa inu. The Tosa inu is a massive dog. Originally bred as a fighting breed, is dangerous, illegal in some countries.
American bandog. This incredibly strong dog is a cross between the American pit bull Terrier and Neapolitan Mastiff. Despite its fearsome appearance, not bred for fighting. Some, however, used this breed as fighting.
Cane Corso. A very muscular dog. Considered a descendant of the ancient fighting dogs that were used as an etching canine gladiators.
The bull Terrier. The dog is famous for its large egg-shaped head and incredible strength. The breed is not particularly aggressive, but she has a strong prey drive, therefore dangerous for smaller than it is, animals.
The Rhodesian Ridgeback. South African breed. It is believed that can ward off lions from food, while the master hunts. This breed is loyal and intelligent, but not very favor strangers. They require a reasonable positive training and the absence of rigid treatment, so as not to develop aggressive side of the breed.
The Dogo Argentino. Large white muscular dog that was developed in Argentina for hunting, particularly for wild boar and Puma. In the breeding aggression against people the purpose is not intended. However, for example, in the UK, keep dogs of this breed is prohibited.
The Boerboel. Largest Mastiff bred in South Africa to protect the house or farm. Dogs of this breed are very loyal and are good guards.
Gul-Dong or a Pakistani bulldog. A very strong dog breed bred as fighting. Aggressive and difficult controllable.
Basenji, or African not barking dog. Hound is a breed from Central Africa. Ranked second in the list of breeds are difficult to train.
The St. Bernard. Breed native to the Swiss and Italian Alps. Originally a rescue dog. However, as dogs of any other large breed, they should be trained to be sociable with strangers and other dogs to prevent possible aggressive behavior.
The American bulldog. Heavy muscular dog. Known for its friendly behavior, however, can be incredible stubbornness. Was bred as the breed to guard farms.
Great Dane. Known for his incredible size. The dog of this breed holds the record growth of 1.1 meters. Was bred in Germany to hunt wild boar and deer.
The FILA Brasileiro, also known as the Brazilian Mastiff. Aggressive and impulsive dog. Because of the size, temperament and potential of aggressiveness of the breed is banned in many countries.
The Dogo Canario. Large herding dog. Needs good training. In some situations, dogs of this breed can be aggressive towards other dogs and suspicious of strangers.
The Akita inu. Major Spitz, bred in the mountainous regions of Japan. A strong and independent dog. Verna owners, but suspicious of strangers.
Boxer. By nature this breed is not very aggressive, but was in the list of the most dangerous breeds because of the amount of unpleasant incidents with their participation from 1982 to 2012. The breed was developed in Germany. Are very energetic and willful.
Volkosob, a hybrid of a wolf. The result of crossing the gray wolf and the dog, hence the unpredictable behaviour.
The Chow Chow. The breed was developed in China. Despite seeming friendly, dogs of this breed require a very good training. Can be very aggressive protecting its owner. From 1979 to 1998 the year there were 238 deaths. Need daily physical activity.
Doberman. This breed is known for its loyalty and intelligence. Considered the best guard dog attacks only if it provoke or the owner and his property are in danger. The breed was developed in Germany by Karl Friedrich Louis Doberman. Can be aggressive towards strange people and other dogs, but cases of aggression against the hosts are extremely rare. Aggression, coupled with size and strength do Dobermans potentially dangerous.
Husky. A Northern breed, bred for riding on a sled. Due to the strong hunting instinct can be dangerous for smaller animals. Known for their destructive habits, when they are bored.
The Alaskan Malamute. Breed, related to the Siberian husky. This dog will need daily exercise, otherwise it begins to languish, and to show signs of aggression and disobedience. At times difficult training and poor as a guard dog.
Rottweiler. Powerful breed with well-developed herding and guarding instinct. As with dogs of other breeds, the Rottweiler is often danger due to the irresponsibility of the owner, abuse, lack of training and socialisation. The power of a Rottweiler should not be underestimated.
German shepherd. Intelligent, confident, alert and fearless dog. The breed used by the police. Can be overly zealous in the protection of the owners and their territory. In the wrong education of the German shepherd dog may begin to attack people.
Pit bull. The term “pit bull” can refer to the American pit bull Terrier, Staffordshire pit bull Terrier and American bulldog. The breed originally bred for baiting bulls and bears, however, were also used in dog fights. In America is considered the most dangerous dog.
The Caucasian shepherd dog. Bred to protect the herd. The typical Caucasian shepherd dog is energetic, stubborn and fearless. In case of bad parenting and bad dog training, dogs of this breed can exhibit lack of control — not to take people who she did not know.
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