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Jun 14, 2009

10 Most Looking Dangerous Dogs

Since big dogs create bigger wounds they’re reported more frequently and this causes the medical data to be skewed inaccurately toward big dogs. Truthfully, all breeds can be provoked to bite. Whether or not a dog actually bites is generally a result of how well it’s been trained and treated.

Here I have compiled 10 most dangerous looking dogs. I hope you will like it.

Giant Schnauzer

This dangerous dog possesses the size of a Great Dane with the intelligence of a Schnauzer. These qualities in addition to his natural tendency to be fiercely loyal make this a dog of which to be aware. Stranger anxiety in the Giant Schnauzer is more common than other dogs.

Akita Inu


The Akita Inu is a heavy boned, powerful, and alert dog. He possesses a dignified and courageous persona and has a tendency to be aggressive toward other dogs.

Chow Chow


The Chow is reserved and discerning with strangers. Their cat-like personalities make them independent, stubborn and less eager to please than other breeds. They require early socialization and training, and some kind of exercise daily.

Bullmastiff


The Bullmastiff is fearless and confident. They were originally bred to be natural guardians of the home They do not bark much.. Bullmastiffs are independent thinkers and may not respond to traditional obedience training.

Papillion


The Papillion is very small and very loyal to its family. It can be weary of strangers and though they are generally sweet tempered they need to be watched carefully around non-family members or other dogs visiting their home.

Dachshund


The Dachshund, meaning “badger dog” in German, was bred to dig into holes, hunt for, and fight to the death with badgers. Dachshunds tend to be territorial and in order to make the integration into family life they require consistent assertion from his owner throughout his lifetime.

Dalmatian


The Dalmatian is the only horse “coaching” dog in the world and he has retained a natural affinity for horses. Dalmatians are very energetic and require daily long walks or romps in a fenced yard. Without regular exercise he can become destructive.

German shepherd


The German shepherd is a renowned guard and military dog. It is also a loving family companion. The breed is direct and fearless, with a strong, muscular body. He is a great family dog and is only on the most dangerous list because he can be trained to be aggressive.

Rottweiler


Rottweiler’s love their people and are protective of their territory. They do not welcome strangers until properly introduced. Obedience training and socialization are musts.

Pit Bull


Pit bull is actually very people-oriented and is happiest when he is made part of the family and given a job to do. He is generally very friendly but is loyal to a fault to his family and will protect them from any threat.


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