The Most Dangerous Types of Dogs

Due of their size, strength, and fighting history, American Pit Bull Terriers are hazardous. American Pit Bull Terriers were bred for bull-baiting, a blood sport.

This practice was banned in England in 1835 but persisted in the US for decades. As a result, American Pit Bull Terriers were considered violent and dangerous.

Rottweilera Rottweilers are huge, muscular working dogs from Germany. They naturally protect their owners and property, which may be a fantastic benefit if trained and socialized. However, their natural protective instincts


German shepherds Intelligence and flexibility make German Shepherds popular police and military dogs due to their devotion and loyalty. Their strength and protective nature can make them dangerous if not trained

. Chow Chow Chow Chows are noble and proud, but they may be dangerous if provoked. If not properly educated and socialized, Chow Chows can be unpredictable and violent toward strangers and other animals due to their independence. 

Siberian Husky Many love Siberian Huskies for their intelligence and beauty. They remain strong, independent, and durable because they were bred as working dogs in harsh Siberia. Siberian Huskies are prey-driven and enjoy to run and explore. 

Alaskan Malamute Alaskan Malamutes are robust dogs used for sledding and other work. If not properly trained and socialized, their power and size can inflict considerable harm. Alaskan Inuit bred malamutes as labor dogs. 

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