Here is a list of the 5 most dangerous dog breeds in the world so that you choose your pet with caution.
Top 5 Most Dangerous Dogs In The World:
1. Pitt Bull: Guess who the parents of this hybrid dog are? A Pitt Bull is new dangerous breed of dogs created by cross breeding bull dogs with some of the bigger terriers. So do you expect it to be a sober friendly dog? Of course not. There is aggression in its genes and if it is not channelised properly, it can make the dog ferocious. There aggression also come out of the fact that they were the original dog fighters and it is their first instinct to attack. Only experienced dog breeders should take their chances with a Pitt Bull.
2. Rottweiler: They are basically from the German region of Rottweil and these strong dogs have traditionally been called 'butcher dogs'. Do not be mistaken, they were not use to butcher but used by butchers to pull carts of meat to the village markets. Although Rottweilers are listed in the most dangerous dogs list by many countries, they are actually very loyal dogs and most accidents happen due to improper handling.
3. German Shepherds: They are without a scope for doubt the most feared dangerous dog breeds in the world. They are usually used as sniffer dogs by the police and military forces making use of their original herding instincts. These dogs are most in demand because they are easily the most intelligent dogs around and rather expensive to breed.
4. Husky: This a Siberian snow dog that is sturdy and strong. They were originally used to pull sledges, so how well they have adapted to their new role as domestic pets is questionable. Thus their name figures in the name of aggressive dog breeds.
5. Chow Chow: A dog that looks like miniature lion can hardly be expected to be submissive. Chow Chow is a dog that is labeled unfriendly even by dog lovers because of its distant nature. They like to maintain distance with outsiders, other animals and even the family to a certain extent. This unsocial nature sometimes provokes them into aggression that can be controlled by an early dose of socialising. You need to let your Chow Chow pup mingle with other more friendly dogs.
These dogs have been described as the most dangerous dogs by world government bodies. However with proper pet training no dog is really dangerous.