Here is a list of some most Dangerous Dogs in the world
1. Great Dane
If trained well then a Great Dane could be a bad giant, but since this breed of dogs are such large and imperial animal, they can prove to be very dangerous if not cared properly. Wholly grown male Great Dane could be a killing machine, as they could weigh as much as 200 pounds and their height goes to 86 cm.
Earlier this year a Great Dane was skilled by Cesar Millan for his Television show, The Dog assailed a neighbor who was passing by during the shoot. The neighbor had severe injury on his hand, but then he safely recovered. The last reported accident caused by a Great Dane in the USA happened in 2003 when a 2 year old girl was killed in South-Carolina. Again a 6 year old girl went under surgery after a Great Dane attacked her in Tampa, Florida.
2. Doberman Pinschers
Initially Doberman Pinschers were usually used as police-dogs, but now trend has been changed. Doberman can often be destructive for strangers, but less frequently for their masters. The breed’s stature has improved in recent years, but their size and power still makes them critically dangerous. The last registered case of death caused by a Pinschers in the USA was in 2011 when an old lady was killed by her dog.
Rottweiler is again a dangerous breed with nicely developed genetic herding and guarding impulse. As with any breed, potential dangerous conduct in Rottweilers usually comes from irresponsible care, abuse,lack of socialization and lack of training training. Nevertheless, the strength of Rottweiler is something that should not be over looked.
The term ‘Pit-bull’ encircle certain breeds of dog including – The American Pit-Bull Terrier, the Stafford-shire bull terrier, the American Stafford-shire terrier, also the American Bull-dog. Originally breed for baiting bulls and bears, the majority of their breed were also used for dog fights in several parts of the world and is acknowledged as the ‘most dangerous dog’ in USA.
A study revealed in 1991 shows that 94% of the attacks on kids by pitbulls were unjustified. This %age is much higher than that of other breeds, which is around 43%. A 5 year review of Pitbull attack victims, between 2001 and 2005, conducted by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia examined that Pitbulls were entangled in more than half of the bites where-in the attacking breed was described. Of the 269 incidents where breeds were identified, 137 of those were attacked by PitBulls.
5. Wolf Hybrid
As the name suggest, the Wolf Hybrid also called the ‘Wolf Dog’ is a cross-breed between a dog and a wolf (generally a grey wolf). Consequently, Wolf dog hybrid is a mixture of genetic character resulting in less certain behavior pattern if we compare it to either a wolf or a dog.
6. American Bandogge
This is incredibly strong dog, ans is a cross breed of an American Pit Bull Terrier and a Neapolitan Mastiff. In-spite of its muscular look, the dog was not reallly bred for fighting. Yet, some have used this dog as fighter dog.
7. Bull Terrier
It is Known for it large egg-shaped head, Bull Terriers are abnormally strong dogs with rank 1 in pound for pound lean muscle tissue. Neverthlesss not usually aggressive, but the dog is known to have a strong “prey drive” which makes the Bull-Terrier a dangerous dog for all smaller animals
8. Dogo Argentino
The Dogo Argentino is a big, white, muscular dog that was originally from Argentina, mainly for the purpose of big-game hunting, including wild boar and puma. Though highly strong and athletic, the Argentino was bred to be non aggressive for humans.
Still, it is not legal to own a Dogo in the UK under their Dangerous Dogs Act of 1991.
Husky is mainly known as a sled-Dog. Dogs are athletic and very energetic . Because of the history of the breed was more as a working dog, and they are not primarily supposed to be social. Huskies from Siberia were responsible for 15 deaths in the USA between 1979-1998.
10. Chow Chow
They seem to be different and independent, this breed of dogs require utmost care from their keepers, if they don’t want them to grow dangerous and ill-bred. Formerly from China, the 50 lb’s – 70 lb’s ChowChow can also be called as Songshi Quan or ‘puffy lion dog’. This dog has acute skills against strangers and can fiercely protect their masters. 238 fatalitis have been recorded chow chow bites from 1979 to 1998.