10 Dog Breeds That You Should Fear The Most
dogs have long been known as man's best friend canines are loyal and lovable and they often provide comfort protection and other services to their human counterparts however they can also be dangerous depending on the owner and how he has raised and trained his dog any dog can pose a threat even small dogs might bite someone in fact chihuahuas sink their teeth into vets more often than any other type of pooch but certain
breedscan cause greater harm simply because of their size or the force of their bite based on the damage they can do in this video we have listed 10 of the dog
mostlet's get on with it number 10 Akita Inu the Akita Inu is one of the
fearsome guard dogs to originate from Japan they're perhaps second only to the tosa inu which were bred as fighting dogs even today the Akita has remained the national dog breed and is a symbol of Japan these dogs are confident independent and bred to provide world-class protection for any family on the flipside they can be suspicious and aloof around strangers though sometimes perceive unfamiliar people as dangerous whether they are not as a result their protective instincts kick in and they will probably attack you to defend a dog with the physical strength and size of an Akita can certainly do a lot of damage so be careful when you go to a house that has an Akita standing guard number nine American Bulldog American Bulldogs are often described as friendly social and docile dogs if...
properly socialized and trained there
shouldbe no reason for them to show aggression some owners interpret their dog's reluctance to comply with instructions as a lack of intelligence but really they're just a little bit stubborn in actuality responsibility for this falls on the owner a bulldog won't do your bidding or obey your commands if you aren't a firm and consistent leader of the back or family the fact that these dogs are not easy to train and control raises a concern perhaps the fact that some of these Bulldogs have the potential to become dangerous and attack is because their owners did not adequately train them number eight German Shepherd German Shepherds are the bread and butter of any reputable k-9 unit many believe they're synonymous with police dogs but because they're so dependable for fighting crime this also means if put in a bad situation they can become dangerous the typical family-owned German Shepherd believes it has one job and purpose to protect the family with this kind of mentality accidents have the potential to happen as long as your German Shepherd perceives someone or something as being dangerous to the pack they will attack and and not many people can withstand a German Shepherd attack number seven Doberman Pinscher Dobermans tower over other dogs at 28 inches tall and could weigh up to 100 pound without a doubt these dogs are powerful creatures and because they have so much strength they need to be trained early on the...
biggest concern with raising a large dog breed is the ability to properly execute obedience training sure they are in fact intelligent dog
breedshowever their dominant nature and size can make them somewhat difficult for some people to train many owners will describe their Dobby as loyal obedient energetic alert and courageous but chances are they were successful with training keeping a Doberman requires extra attention and those who fail to provide it are more likely to be the ones with Dobermans that contribute to the attacks number 6 Alaskan Malamute Malibu --tz-- are generally not aggressive dogs
mostowners will even tell you that they're good with people and especially with kids however the main problem is that the Malamute like with the husky has a ton of energy that needs to be directed towards something productive failure to do so can potentially lead to aggressive behavior when a Malamute exhibits aggression it is probably due to neglectful owners these dogs need both physical and mental stimulation in order to maintain healthy living both in mind and body an inability to release pent-up energy usually leads to destructive behavior including attacking strangers these dogs can weigh up to 100 pound so encountering an aggressive Alaskan Malamute could certainly prove to be dangerous number five Rottweiler although the Rottweiler is generally a good-natured dog they will do whatever it takes to protect their pack
mostowners describe them as loyal
courageous and confident all of which are fantastic temperament characteristics for the perfect family dog but Rottweilers are also considered to be one of the
breedsdevoted and obedient to its owner and a great Guardian the only chance of survival when attacked by a Rottweiler is to be passive the Rottweiler won't pose a threat to people it knows and trusts but Outsiders including unfamiliar people are quite a different story Rottweilers especially males don't distinguish between jocular playful aggression and real aggressive action so they have been known to bite a stranger even if they are just trying to have fun so don't try to joke or play with an unfamiliar Rottweiler number four pitbull if we're looking at plane statistics then pitbulls are considered to be the
mostdangerous breed of dog despite earning the title of
mostdangerous dog pitbulls can actually be sweet dogs there are no bad dogs but there are bad people who may treat these dogs in such a manner that they develop aggressive behaviors thus becoming dangerous they're loyal friendly and really do love people and is socialized and trained properly a pitbull can be one of the best companion dogs unfortunately many pitbull related attacks are believed to be carried out by dogs with irresponsible owners some people are abusive towards their pitbulls or specifically trained them to attack and be vicious and there is no reason to not be afraid of pitbulls like that number 3 bully...
kuda the nickname of the bully CUDA Beast of the East says it all they were originally bred to be great hunters and Guardians however their massive size and aggressive nature have made them popular fighting dogs in India and Pakistan they stand around thirty to forty four inches tall and can weigh up to 170 pounds unfortunately these dogs still participate in illegal dog fights today extensive socialization and training with a firm hand is required for this dog breed but even socialization with other dogs may be risky at a certain age they may seem playful at first but play fights with other dogs can quickly escalate into something with fatal consequences it's safe to say that you
shouldbe cautious around a bully CUDA number two tosa inu the tosa inu is a prize fighting dog breed originating from japan these dogs were bred to fight and protect and not much more in fact they are considered so dangerous that they've been banned in many countries in countries where the breed is allowed owners are often required to apply for a permit to keep a toe so even some prefectures of japan have banned the breeding of these dogs if you plan to keep Atossa you must be very careful they are only recommended for the
mostexperienced dog owners and trainers there are very few things that would be scarier than this 150 pound Japanese Mastiff charging straight at you number tchau tchau the ciaochao is a Chinese dog breed
mostwell known for its blackish blue tongue and lion-like mane...
like the other dogs on this list it has been the subject of many reported cases of attack perhaps people underestimate this dog because it looks so cute but if they are not socialized properly the aggressive behavior is relatively common with Chow Chows the best way to avoid any mishaps with a Chow Chow is through early and consistent socialization as a puppy this breed of dog is loyal independent minded and quiet however they're naturally protective and can sometimes be possessive as well if this behavior is left unchecked as often happens aggressive behavior in adulthood is a real possibility so if you meet a Chow Chow don't try to embrace or touch it that concludes our video about the 10