The Top 10 Most Dangerous Dog Breeds in the World

The Top 10 Most Dangerous Dog Breeds in the World

Most-Dangerous-Dog-Breeds in the world

Dogs are the most amazing pets and are our best friends. There are many breeds of dogs that are funny, intelligent, and clever, but sometimes dogs may become more dangerous than people.

Every year in the US, almost 675 people are hospitalised and 21,000 medical visits are made because of dog bites.

So, here are the top 10 most dangerous dog breeds in the world.

Everyone should be aware of these dangerous dogs.

10. Great Danes

Dangerous Dogs
Weight-120-200 lbs
Height -30-34 inch
The Great Dane is the 10th most dangerous dog breed in the world, with a total of seven fatalities in the period between 1979 and 1998. The Great Dane is the largest breed of dog. The Great Dane is the most unusual of dog breeds. The Great Dane measured 43 inches tall and weighed 245 pounds. It made the Guinness record for the world's tallest dog ever. The Great Dane is easy to groom, but he does shed. He also drools, so always take a towel to wipe up slobber. Just a half-hour walk per day can keep the Great Dane fit.

9. Presa Canario

Dangerous Dogs

Origin-Canary Islands, Africa
Weight-88-115 lbs
Height-22-26 inch
Presa Canario is a mastiff breed from the Canary Islands. The Presa Canario has a powerful square head that is nearly as wide as it is long. They are great family protectors and are bred to be family companions as well as guardians. The Presa Canario is not the right choice for an inexperienced dog owner. Two Presas killed a woman in San Francisco in 2006. Presa Canario is banned in Australia and New Zealand. The Presa Canario loves water and can be an excellent swimmer.

8. Boxer

Dangerous Dogs

Weight-50-70 lbs
Height-20-25 inch

The Boxer is one of the most dangerous dog breeds in the world.

Boxers were developed in Germany in the 19th century and brought to the U.S. after World War I. A boxer is a large, muscular, eager, square-headed dog. Their ears are set high, either cropped or kept natural. They are very hard to train. They love to walk and play. The boxer is very alert and watchful. The Boxer is temperature-sensitive, getting easily overheated and cooling very quickly.

Boxers mature slowly and act like rambunctious puppies for many years.


Most Dangerous Dogs Breeds in the world
Weight-45-70 lbs
Height-18-22 inch

Chow Chow is one of the sweetest dogs. Chow Chow can also be referred to as Songshi Quan, or a puffy lion dog.

They have very limited peripheral vision. These dogs are very independent. The only dog with purplish lips and tongue is the chow chow. These dogs have been around us for more than 4,000 years. Chow Chow dogs are one of the oldest dog breeds.

The World's Most Dangerous Dog Breeds


6. Doberman  Pinschers

 Most Dangerous Dogs Breeds in the world
In 1890, tax collectors Kari Friedrich and Louis Dobermann in Germany developed a breed of domestic dog to protect themselves and the taxes they carried from thieves.Doberman Pinschers are widely known as alertness and loyalty dogs. They are the most recognisable dog breeds as they are used extensively as guard dogs. These dog breeds can hear sounds even from 250 yards away. A Doberman who is raised with other pets will love and protect them.

5. Huskies

Most Dangerous Dogs Breeds in the world

Weight 35-60 lbs
Height 20-24 inch

The Husky is believed to have originated among the Chukchi, a tribe of Siberian nomads. The breed's history is still unknown, but DNA tests confirm that they are among the oldest dog breeds.

Huskies look soft and puffy, but they are responsible for roughly 6% of the deaths caused by dog bites from 1979 to 1997. They are also used for sled dog racing. Improper training and bad social experience can turn them aggressive. Siberian Huskies do not bark, but howl.

These dogs are not recommended for new dog owners.

4. Alaskan Malamutes

Most Dangerous Dogs Breeds in the world

Origin-North America
Alaskan Malamutes are very intelligent, powerful, and sturdy dogs, built for stamina and strength. Alaskan Malamutes are similar to huskies. Alaskan Malamutes are slow learners, so you'll need a lot of time to train them. Their high prey drive can cause a Malamute to stalk and kill small animals, including birds, cats, squirrels, and even smaller dogs. If they are bored, they can be very dangerous.

3. German Shepherds

Most Dangerous Dogs Breeds in the world
Height-22-26 inch
German Shepherds are one of America's most popular dog breeds. German Shepherds are courageous, fearless, intelligent and we can easily train them. German Shepherds are also known as Alsatians in Europe. By nature, the German Shepherd is fond of food and fun. German Shepherds have the reputation for being great watchdogs. German Shepherds are extreme hair-shredders. As a result, brushing your teeth daily is required to maintain the hygiene of your home.

2. The Rottweiler

 Most Dangerous Dogs Breeds in the world
Weight-85-120 lbs
Height-23-27 inch
The second most dangerous dog in the world is also one of the oldest breeds. They are very powerful dogs with strong jaws. They are mainly used to guard homes. They can be dangerous if they are not trained properly. The Rottweiler is prone to health problems such as eye issues and hip dysplasia. A Rottweiler is a thinking dog whose first reaction is to step back and look at a situation before taking any action. 



1. Pitbull

Most-Dangerous-Dog-Breeds in the world
Weight-15-65 lbs
Height-16-24 inch

The American Pit Bull Terrier

Pit bulls are one of the most maligned and misunderstood dog breeds in the world. They are the most dangerous of all dog breeds. It is reported that approximately 67% of fatalities from dog bites could be attributed to this breed. Pit bulls were bred from early bulldogs and terriers for fighting with other dogs. Many places have banned the breeding of pitbulls. "If a pit bull bites another dog, he's going to bite people next"—Research confirms

Pitbull fighting is an illegal dogfighting sport.

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