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Top 9 Dangerous Dog Breeds


Animals are considered to be our best friends. Dogs are certainly on the top of this list. Some people prefer little lapdogs and others enjoy the company of a large powerhouse.

The following is our list of the 9 most dangerous dog breeds in the world.

9. Bull Terrier

The Bull Terrier has been a loyal family companion for a long time, but they’re also one for the most aggressive dog breeds on the planet, and probably the smallest of them too. Without the proper training and understanding of this dog breed, a Bull Terrier has the tendency to become aggressive and difficult to handle.

8. Boerboel

The Boerboel, is a large, mastiff-type dog breed from South Africa that is bred for the purpose of guarding the homestead, farms and livestock from lions and leopards. It was also used to track wounded animals and keep them safe until their owner arrived. The Boerboel is a very loyal and large dog. They are one of the most powerful dog breeds in the world.

7. Alaskan Malamute

Another wolf-like dog, Alaskan Malamute is related to the famous Siberian Husky dog breed but is much larger in size as well as personality. They are also much more aggressive than Huskies and most dog owners will have trouble with this breed.

6. Rottweiler

The Rottweiler is a breed of domestic dog, regarded as medium-to large. Rottweilers are very intelligent and aggressive by nature and are very effective as guard dogs. In America, almost half of the death cases caused by dogs are caused by a Rottweiler.

5. Pit Bull

Pit bulls are a popular breed of strong dogs that are at times responsible for the death of human beings. Pit Bulls are the type of dog descended from bulldogs and terriers. In some countries, Pit Bulls are even used in dog fights, where the dogs are trained to fight each other in a death match.

4. Dogo Argentino

The Dogo Argentino is a large, white, muscular breed of dog that was developed in Argentina primarily for the purpose of big-game hunting. This white muscular dog breed has been banned from being owned in the UK as well as many other countries due to its aggression.

3. Cane Corso

The Cane Corso is a large dog breed of Southern Italian origins that is used for personal protection, tracking, law enforcement, and as a guard dog. They have the appearance of an aggressive dog, and many will testify that they are very aggressive. Today, they’re becoming popular as police dogs.

2. Wolf Hybrid

The Wolf Hybrid is the most common wolf-type dog breed. It’s a mix between a dog and the grey wolf. It goes without saying that you can never predict what this breed is going to do, due to their high prey drive. You won’t be able to have any smaller pets, because the Wolf Hybrid will most likely hunt them, hurt them and maybe even try to eat them.

1. Caucasian Shepherd

The Caucasian Shepherd Dog is a large livestock guardian dog breed from the Caucasus Mountains, commonly bred in the mountainous regions of Georgia. An adult Caucasian Shepherd dogs weighs from an average 50-100kg. The Caucasian Shepherd Dog is a strongly-boned, muscular, and handsome but at times it can be a very aggressive dog.