According to the American Veterinary Medical Association and the US Centers for Disease Control, the world’s ten most dangerous dog breeds have been assembled. We will start with the least dangerous:
Origin: Balkans, India
Weight: 40-70 lbs
Height: 20-24 inches
Characterized by vigor, vigor, strength and intelligence, it is the first breed to spread in Europe, Asia and Africa. It was used by man in wars, hunting, driving cattle and guarding borders. Now it has become a symbol of the English firefighter.
In fact, although Dalmatian is aggressive towards humans, if he is trained from a young age he will become very friendly and kind, and most Europeans raise this family for the beauty and intensity of obedience to its owner.
Weight: 50-64 lbs
Length: 20-25 inches
This strain is plump and medium in size. With short hair and very strong jaws, one bite can kill any big prey!
Boxers are classified as one of the most dangerous breeds of dogs because they are very stubborn and very strong, making them more difficult to accept training. If left to grow without any form of training it can turn into a highly aggressive dog.
8. Presa Canario
Origin: Canary Islands, Africa
Weight: 100-125 lbs
Length: 25-26 inches
It is also called the “Canary Dog” and was first discovered in the Canary Islands in Spain. This strain is characterized by large size and muscle mass.
Man previously trained them for hunting and wars. The English merchants came to the Canary Islands, bringing with them their experiences with the dogs and became breeding them to wrestle with each other, until they became raised as soldiers and fighters with them. Nowadays people use it for guarding and leading cattles.
7. Chow Chow
Weight: 40-65 lbs
Length: 18-22 inches
This breed may seem small and beautiful, but the shape is not everything, this breed is the breeding is the most difficult and need her breeders great patience because it is more aggressive than expected. This breed is characterized by its fur density, which is more concentrated around its neck, and is also very lazy.
This strain has spread a lot in the United States because it resembles the Samoyed family, which is characterized by being beautiful and priced at $ 3,000!
Weight: 65-90 lbs
Length: 26-28 inches
Who among us does not know the platoon we have seen so often in police films? This family is characterized by intelligence and sincerity, but its loyalty will be only to its owner, it hates strangers and does not like competition with other dogs.
Doberman has become one of the most important dogs of guard and war, because he is brave and not afraid of anything, and the average age of Doberman from 10 to 12 years.