Top 10 Most Dangerous Dog Breeds In The World 2017


Dogs may be man’s best friend, but the same
can’t be said about the following ferocious creatures. Is your pet one of them.? Find out below. Number 10. Tosa Inu
With their massive size and hefty weight of 200 pounds, Tosa Inu are the sumo wrestlers
of the dog world. And don’t be fooled by their gentle appearance
and quiet demeanor. Originating from Kochi district of Japan,
this dog breed was first bred for fighting competitions. Number 9. Russian Shepherd
Standing at a whooping 29 inches, the Caucasian Shepherd is a the worst nightmare for trespassers
and burglars alike. Certainly not meant for inexperienced pet
owners, the Caucasian Shepherd will not hesitate to attack a pack of wolves or even a bear. Number 8. Boerboel
Brave, fiercely loyal and powerful, the Boerboel makes an incredible guard dog. He is so protective of his family that he
would be willing to give up his own life to ensure that they are safe. Easily weighing over 70 kgs, this breed is
banned in Denmark, while requiring prior certification in Russia and Ukraine. Number 7. Neapolitan Mastiff
Also known as Mastino, these guard dogs were once used as War Dogs by the Roman Legions
during bloody gladiator fights. Weighing more than an average human at 90
kgs, be aware that these dogs can kill when provoked. Number 6. Dogo Argentino
The Dogo Argentino may look small, but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in power. The Dogo was bred for big-game hunting and
can hunt wild boar and even mountain lions. Number 5. Wolf-Dog Hybrid
Being part wolf and part domestic dog makes their behavior even more unpredictable. Weighing up to 55 kgs, and with power and
intelligence of a wolf, these dogs can be either perfect pets, or man eating beasts,
depending on the situation. Number 4. German Shepherd
Owning a german shephard is a double edge sword, since they can either turn out to be
extremely dangerous or act as loyal, loving companions. Known for being agile and intelligent, they
are already a popular choice among police for K-9 units. Moreover, the bite of a German Shepherd has
a force of over 1,060 newtons. Number 3. Rottweiler
The Rottweiler may be much smaller than other dogs on this list, but owing to its large
head and strong jaw, this dog breed has an impressive crushing force when it comes to
biting. And in the wrong hands, this otherwise good
natured dog can become a potential threat to humans. Number 2. Bandog
The term Bandog bas been used since the Middle Ages to describe dogs that were let off their
chain at night to guard its property. Nowadays, BanDogs is a breed originating from
the American Pit bull Terrier. Typically weighing up to 70 kgs, the Bandog
is usually calm and friendly, until provoked. Number 1. Pit Bull
There is no dog breed that matches the bad reputation earned by the American pit bull
terrier. Bred from early Bulldogs and Terriers, keep
in mind that its initial purpose was to fight other dogs. Today, this dog breed is known to cause the
highest number of deaths than any other breed. Can these dogs be called Man’s best friend.? Share your views in the comments below. And do subscribe to our channel if you liked
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  1. Tropical Foxy says:

    I like the Rottweiler and Pit Bull better 🐶 I say any dog can be called man's best friend

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