Dangerous Dog Breeds

Dogs have been domesticated for millennia. Dogs' size, strength, origins, & surroundings might make them violent. 

Dogs react to how they're treated. Thus, abused dogs may act out. Without training and therapy, any dog can be dangerous. 

We selected the following dog breeds to be the most dangerous after evaluating multiple resources. Some are forbidden or uninsurable. Can we fix this? 

All dogs, including these breeds, may be faithful family companions and best friends with proper socialisation, training, & affection. Behold. 

Pitties are the American Pit Bull Terrier, Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, & Staffordshire Bull Terrier, all of which are descended from English Bulldogs & were developed for bull-baiting—biting larger animals like bulls or bears to pin them. 

After the sport was forbidden in the mid-1800s, people turned the dogs against each other & bred them down with terriers to make them faster. Pit bulls cause most U.S. dog attacks. 

Those that do the greatest damage are frequently bred for guarding or illicit dogfighting & treated poorly. Even if it has a rough start, a pit bull may be a devoted, gentle family member with the right owner, training, & socialisation. 

These were originally called "Nanny Dogs" for their child-loving fidelity. The Chow Chow, one of the oldest domestic dog breeds, can act like a lion. 

Without a responsible, loving owner, the Chow Chow can be aloof, independent, & difficult. 

This breed should never live with little children or other dogs without supervision or early socialisation. 

WWII U.S. Marines utilised Dobies as courier, scout, & sentry dogs because of their toughness. They can run 40 mph for extended distances & are huge & muscular. 

They can break bones and have a "scissor mouth" that lets them cut & clamp down on anything.

If you want a friend, appeal to the Dobie's intelligence & loyalty & train them early. Obedient, they are kind & nice with youngsters.

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