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Top Ten Dangerous Dogs

Siberian ​Husky​
Siberian ​Husky​

According to Hill & Associates, a firm of lawyers based in Philadelphia, USA, and specialising in cases of personal injuries caused by dogs, Siberian huskies are one of the most dangerous breeds and can cause serious injury to people, particularly children.

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Bullmastiff​
Bullmastiff​

The gene tampering produced an impressive protector that stands as high as 27 inches at the shoulder and weighs as much as 130 pounds. The bullmastiff may be red, tan or brindle. Bullmastiffs are agile despite their size, but they have a lower energy drive than most smaller dogs.

Wolfdog​
Wolfdog​

So the individual offspring of two F1, 50/50 wolfdogs (an F2 cross, a generation removed from full wolf) could have anywhere from three-quarters wolf genes and one-quarter dog genes to three-quarters dog and one-quarter wolf — yet all will be considered one-half wolf.

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Dobermann​
Dobermann​

Because dogs are distinct individuals, it's difficult to ascribe a specific trait common to all members of a breed. Dobermans can be dangerous, but so can Chihuahuas and poodles. Dobermans have an undeserved bad reputation because of their service to the police and military, and because they look so competent.

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German ​Shepherd​
German ​Shepherd​

or "The German Shepherd Dog should be classified as a dangerous breed!" Dog attacks! We've heard it all. So, how true is it? Are German Shepherds Dangerous? Beta. Or, are GSDs dangerous when we have small kids? A baby? A cat? Other dogs? Pictures of German Shepherds (or often, GSD lookalikes/crosses) with bare teeth make many people fear the German Shepherd Dog.

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Rottweiler​
Rottweiler​

Dangerous dogs :: Learn about the most dangerous breeds of dogs, which are comprised of pit bull terriers, the fighting breed derivatives and ancestors of pit bull terriers, rottweilers and wolf hybrids. Pictured are the two most deadly dog breeds in America: pit bull terriers and rottweilers.

source: dogsbite.org
Pit Bull​
Pit Bull​

Learn the dog breeds that comprise a pit bull in our Pit Bull FAQ, the selective breeding history of the pit bull (dogfighting) and the pit bull bite style.

source: dogsbite.org
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Great Dane​
Great Dane​

The Great Danes are the 9th most dangerous breed according to the study. With a total of 7 fatalities in the periods in between 1979-1998, the Great Dane or German Mastiff is known to be one of the largest breeds of dogs ever domesticated.

Boxer​
Boxer​

Even though “Boxer” is listed as one among the top 10 most dangerous dog breeds, by nature these are not so aggressive. Boxers are very intelligent and hard to train. Since these dogs stay energetic the entire day, their energy has to be utilized in positive ways.

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