For many years (approx 30,000 years), dogs have been human’s best companion and loyal pet too. For centuries dogs have worked side by side with humans. You may know that the dog is not only playful, friendly, loyal but deadly dangerous too. Depending on the animal’s upbringing, temperament and circumstances, any dog can be a threat to human. They are descended from wolves, bred by humans and consequently became one of the most loyal and dangerous animals. Here we are sharing “15 World’s Most Dangerous Dog Breeds list“, So if you see any of these listed dogs in angry mode, just stay away and behave calmly.
1. American Pit Bull
Very pugnacious breed, one of the most dangerous dogs, banned by many countries in the world is American pit bulls. This medium-sized, solidly-built, intelligent, short-haired dog, (whose early ancestors came from the British Isles), is one of the most dangerous breeds of dogs in the world. In order to prevent aggressive outbursts, they are required to undergo several extensive and training exercises. The essential characteristics of the American Pit Bull Terrier are strength, confidence, and zest for life. The APBT is not the best choice for a guard dog since they are extremely friendly, even with strangers, but on the contrary aggressive behavior might be extremely dangerous for kids and humans. This breed does very well in performance events because of its high level of intelligence and its willingness to work. Also A study released in 1991 found that 94% of the attacks on children by pit bulls were unprovoked. You might need to think twice before adopting a pit bull as a pet companion.
2. Caucasian Ovcharka (Caucasian Shepherd)
Caucasian Ovcharka also popularly known as the Caucasian Shepherd, the Caucasian Ovcharka was initially bred to protect livestock. This dog is typically courageous, strong willed, loyal, fearless, assertive dog, hence it is essential to train and socialize it well. Or else, it could spell doom for the living beings in its vicinity. This breed has a powerful urge to defend and doesn’t do well with strangers. This dog will fiercely protect whoever he believes is his family (including children, other dogs and even cats) but will attack everyone else including friends of your children who may come to visit and play. This pet is for experienced dog owners only who can dedicate a lot of time to train and socialize this majestic breed.
The Rottweiler is a steadfast, friendly, and affectionate dog, Yes! this is a medium-large dog with imposing looks, but as long as he is treated and trained with care, patience, and consistency, the Rottweiler will return the love given to him. But according to the data provided by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Rottweilers were responsible for half of all deaths caused by dog bites in the United States between the years of 1993 and 1996. That data speaks volumes about the breed’s aggressive nature. There have been instances where Rottweilers have attacked and bitten their owners. Strong beyond belief, a Rottweiler’s bite can measure up to 1,460 newtons.
4. German Shepherd
here are various studies that have proven that German Shepherds have a tendency to attack smaller dogs. German shepherds have been known to display unwarranted aggressive behaviors with owners too, in many cases this is a result of abuse, or a lack of or poor training. They are hugely popular. In fact, the 2nd most popular in the USA behind only the Labrador! Studies have shown that German Shepherds are the 3rd most intelligent dogs, that’s why these are used in police department as a police dog. When they do attack, they attack with a bite that has a force of over 1,060 newtons. The breakers of the law have to stay vigilant at all times, or better, even stop committing crimes.
5. Perro de Presa Canario
The Perro de Presa Canario is a mastiff breed from the Canary Islands.These strong-willed and dominant dogs. Possessing a large imposing frame, the Perro de Presa Canario was originally bred for working livestock. Known as the “Canarian catch dog,” in English, this breed requires obedience training from young. They also need to be socialized. If they aren’t given proper attention, they can show an aggressive side to them towards strangers and other dogs. The Presa has a massive head, heavy rectangular body, and a short coat in brindle, black, fawn, or any combination of those colors. In communities and countries with breed bans, this dog is often among the breeds that are outlawed.