Top 10 Most Dangerous Dog Breeds
Bullmastiff:Although attacks by bullmastiffs are relatively infrequent, the fact is that these dogs are so large that when they do attack a person or another animal, the damage is severe.
German Shepherd:Weighing about 90 pounds and standing over 2 feet tall, the German Shepherd breed is perfect at curtailing human threats.
American Bulldog:is still a powerful working animal that has not been overbred to uselessness. Standing just shy of 30 inches high, these dogs can pack on muscle and weigh over 100lbs.
Boxer:are interesting dogs because they are simultaneously incredibly dopey in terms of their looks, but they were bred to be working dogs. they can weigh up to 80lbs of muscle.
Alaskan Malamute:The main difference is that the Alaskan Malamute is much larger than their wolf-life counterparts. These dogs can weigh almost 90 pounds and stand 26 inches tall.
Labrador Retriever: is a hunting dog that was bred to work alongside human beings. They’re fairly large dogs, weighing up to 80 pounds and only standing about 2 feet tall.
Pit Bull:is the most dangerous dog breed. According to the aforementioned study, over a period of 13 years, the pit bull was responsible for 284 deaths, roughly 2/3 of all fatal dog attacks in US.
Doberman Pinscher:has an iconic silhouette that is easily identified by the cropped ears, straight back, and look of constant alertness. These animals have been used as guard dogs.
Siberian Huskies:are valued for their wolf-like looks. You shouldn’t be too surprised to find out that dogs sharing looks with wild animals behave a little like them.
Rottweiler:were often considered the most dangerous dog breed in the world. These dogs can grow up to 25 inches tall and weigh 120 pounds or more and still be healthy.