"You Don't Want to Dare these Dogs," Checkout the Some of the Most Dangerous Dog Breeds in the World

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Although, it may seem a little bit outdated, but there are still laws against owning certain dog breeds, in certain areas, because of the bad reputations.

Here are the most dangerous dog breeds in the world;

1. Rottweiler:

The rottweiler is a versatile dog breed, which was created to do a lot of things.

The rottweiler was also some of the earliest police and military dog.

2. German Shepherd:

The German Shepherd is a highly intelligent and devoted dog, and it has a companion level like no other.

The German Shepherd is also versatile, when it comes to being trained.

While the German Shepherd has plenty of good traits, they're not exactly for everyone. This is because the dog is extremely active, and high in energy, and also requires a lot of exercise, as well as mental stimulation.

3. Rhodesian Ridgeback:

The Rhodesian Ridgeback is a majestic breed, created in Africa, to be both a versatile hunter and a guardian.

The doctors to be highly intelligent, but also stubborn, with a significant amount of energy.

The breed is easily recognizable by the ridge, which runs down the spine.

The breed is a mix of the European hunting dog, and an African dog, which gives them their defining ridge.

The Rhodesian Ridgeback was once referred to as an African lion hound, developed by South Africa's boar farms, which needed a versatile hunting dog.

The dog was bred to be an amazing hunter.

4. Staffordshire Bull Terrier:

This breed was created in the mid-nineteenth century, and was bred to be small and fast.

The Staffordshire Bull Terrier is extremely sensitive, and doesn't really do well with being left alone.

The Bulldog and the Manchester Terrier were probably most likely crossbred, to create the Staffordshire Bull Terrier.

5. Brazilian Mastiff:

The Brazilian mastiff was originally created, to be a hunting dog, doing well on ranches, plantations, and would guard the estate, hunting big game animals, like big cats, but it also worked well around the farm, and was able catch individual cattle.

The Brazilian Mastiff is very loyal to its family, and also very tossile, but don't do well with strangers.

6. Japanese Tosa:

The Japanese Tosa is a crossbreed between different European dog breeds, which include the English Bulldog, the Mastiff, DC Bernard, the German Pointer, the the Great Dave and the Bull Terrier.

The idea was to create a large and powerful dog.

7. Canary Mastiff:

The Canary mastiff was originally bred for working livestock.

The Canary Mastiff gained a bad reputation, due to their aggressiveness towards humans and animals.

8. Pit Bull Terrier:

There is a lot of confusion about where exactly the Pit Bull Terrier was bred, what exactly it was bred for, but most believe it was originally bred to bait bulls.

These dogs have a bad reputation, even though they were also used as nanny dogs, because they were extremely gentle around children.

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