Top 10 most dangerous dog breeds in the world

Those noble animals – dogs. How can one even think they could do any harm? Unfortunately, some of the breeds can be very dangerous if not treated right and up brought with love and patience. Many factors also depend on the genes and on how the particular dog is raised and trained. We could name more, but here are the ten breeds we drafted.

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1 The Great Dane

A true giant in both body and heart. Even though they are very lovable, their size can be a serious threat to the environment; some male adults measure more than 30 inches. Their temper can also endanger if not treated in the right manner.

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2 Boxer

A great family dog, used to serve and protect. As a guard dog, boxers are used to attack his opponents, which is why they found themselves on this list. Even though boxers are loyal and careful, their main weakness is bull-headedness.

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3 Wolf Hybrid

One of the most dangerous predators of today. These crossbreed dogs can be trained and raised in the best manner but they still keep their original and generic prey drive for which they are considered to be very dangerous as pets.

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4 Alaskan Malamute

These are sled dogs and also the state dogs of Alaska. They have a high prey drive and they seem rather intimidating and dangerous. They are aggressive and have low tolerance on small animals. This is not a dog you would want to keep as a loving pet.

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5 Husky

Another sled dog, from Siberia. These are also very aggressive as the malamutes and are mostly working dogs, not meant to be kept as pets. They are energetic and need to be active all the time. However, huskies are one of the most intelligent canines in the world.

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6 Doberman Pinscher

Beautiful and elegant dogs but probably one of the most dangerous among canines. They are usually used as police dogs; aggressive to strangers but also to their owners. There were reported cases around the world about owners being eaten by their Dobermans.

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7 German Jagdterrier

Small, friendly, and brave dog, maybe one of the bravest in the world. A loyal friend but overprotective and potentially dangerous for the environment. It is the best hunting breed among the canines and probably the most intelligent dog among breeds. It is often called “The Spartan dog”.

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8 Rottweiler

Dangerous dogs with precise prey drives which makes them very difficult to raise and train. They are usually well tempered but their genetic predisposition just makes them burst into a rather aggressive state which makes them a threat for the environment, especially for the children and little animals.

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9 German Shepherd

These giants are usually used as guard and police dogs. They are highly aggressive and intelligent but they have an impulse of attacking and killing smaller dogs. One can never be carefree with this canine around.
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10 Pit Bull

This aggressive individual was created by breeding mastiffs with terriers; the goal was to create a dog breed active and intelligent as a terrier and strong as a mastiff. Pit bulls are overly aggressive, extremely dangerous for the environment, especially for children, as they represent a rather deadly inbred. These dogs are banned in many countries around the world although they are extremely good police and guard dogs, but also successful therapy dogs. Many used them as battle dogs and make a good business out of it. Did someone really create a monster-dog out of fear or just for sick entertainment?

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