The World’s Top 13 Most Aggressive Dogs

Almost all dogs can cause unimaginable harm and harm, but certain breeds are more likely to have dangerous reactions and cause death!

These dog breeds should be the most attentive, socialized, and trained in obedience so that they can live happily in different types of homes!

Although these dog breeds and species have aggressive traits by nature, proper training can play a huge role in making them loving and loyal friends!

1. American pit bull terrier

American pit bull terrier

The American Pit Bull Terrier has experienced the fear sensation.

If he feels threatened, he attacks immediately and without hesitation – even if the alleged aggressor comes from his own family.

The breed was bred to fight dog fights or to hunt bears.

It can be traced back to the crossbreeding of bulldogs and terriers, weighs up to 27 kilograms, and is between 40 and 55 centimeters tall.

Nonetheless, the American Pit Bull Terrier can be raised to become a trusted protector and friend.

The bull terrier originally comes from Great Britain, where it was bred primarily for animal fights, which used to be a popular and popular amusement in Central England.

The aim of this breeding from Bulldog White English Terrier and Dalmatian was to create an agile brutal breed of dog that would win many competitions and dog fights.

Pit Bulls are attack dogs, and they will go about their job with enthusiasm until it is completed.

They have very strong jaws, and once they bit will not let go of their bite.

A pit bull is an attack dog that has been banned in the US and other countries for some time.

This dog is strong-willed, smart, and fearless.

Pitbull attacks on humans occur fairly commonly and have been recorded around the world.

In the United States alone, 66 people have died from aggression and pit bull bites in the past 20 years.

That’s why the American Pit Bull Terrier surpasses our rating as the most dangerous dog in the world.

It is important to socialize these breeds at an early age in order to avoid unnecessary, dangerous situations.

 

2. The Rottweiler

Rottweiler

The Rottweiler is a German breed of dog that is often used as a police and guard dog.

Representatives of this type can grow up to 68 centimeters and weigh about 50 kilograms.

Attacks by a Rottweiler end in the worst case fatal for the victim.

If this breed of dog ends up in the wrong hands, it can be very dangerous for children and adults.

Various studies have shown that Rottweilers bite more often than average.

Not least because of this, they make good guard dogs.

They are some of the oldest breeds of dogs used to herd farm animals.

Rottweilers are very intelligent and aggressive by nature and act very effectively as guard dogs.

Due to his strong physique and his peaceful, hard-working, but above all obedient character.

He lost his original role as a cattle dog and shepherd dog at the beginning of the 20th century and was called to the police force.

It is also used as a guard in industrial plants or as a guard in private homes.

This breed was bred in Germany and was used to protect and drive away domestic animals.

But their ancestors were directed against bulls, lions, and even elephants at the same time.

Because of their size (they have a height of up to 2.3 ft and weigh up to 135 Ibs)

temperamental character, the dog received the status of one of the most dangerous breeds in the world, and especially in Europe.

The Rottweiler is quite attached to the owner and the territory that belongs to them, so with a decent upbringing, this dog will be a loyal protector and reliable friend of your family.

3. Cane Corso

Cane Corso

This Italian breed of dog is known since the time of the Roman Empire.

By the middle of the last century, the Cane Corso population almost disappeared, but today these dogs are back in trend.

Outwardly, the dog makes a terrible impression, but under this terrible cover hides an extraordinary intellect and a balanced temperament.

The dog is attentive to its master with a certain zeal and affection second to none.

The greatest danger from a Cane Corso dog lies in its almost deceptive external calm, even in its phlegmatic behavior.

The dog can be aggressive towards strangers, believing that he must definitely protect the owner.

 

4. Bulldog

The bulldog gets its name because it was originally bred to be bullied by bull biting.

Even if they usually have a rather calm character, if they are brought up incorrectly, they can become very aggressive and dangerous.

Then this breed of dog attacks without fear or hesitation – especially to defend their territory.

Since the bulldog cannot judge its own strength very well, injuries occur time and again even in playful situations with children and adults.

5. Boxers

Boxer

Boxers are good hunting dogs, and they have been used as attack and guard dogs since they were bred!

They have strong jaws and strong teeth – which is perfect for protection!

But, if not trained properly, they can become very aggressive attackers!

Another thing to remember when training boxers, is to avoid harsh treatment and punishment as these factors can make things even worse!

6. The Tibetan Mastiff

Tibetan Mastiff

This giant dog can weigh 80 kilos has long been used by Tibetan nomads as a shepherd dog and as a guard dog in Tibetan monasteries.

It is now bred as a companion dog, and the mastiff has a calm and loving temperament.

But his protective instinct quickly returns to the prosecution when he senses a threat to his family.

He belongs to the category of fighting dogs, and the mastiff is the subject of stricter legislation in France.

But this big dog that doesn’t like movement can be a real pet with proper training.

7. The German Shepherd

Former herding dog then war dog, The German Shepherd Dog, continues to be used primarily as a working dog, has become a police dog or even a guide dog.

His excellent ability to protect is due to his loyal and courageous temperament.

He has a deep attachment to his owner but finds it difficult to loyal to other family members, but he still has a real affection for children.

The arrival of a new person or the discovery of new places will immediately keep him on guard.

As soon as the area has been secured by him, this big furball will become the children’s favorite playmate again.

German Shepherds can react to great speed and are extremely focused on averting danger, and they can cause fatal damage!

Their aggressive nature can be somewhat mitigated through appropriate training, socialization, and affection!

This way, you will get a loyal and very loving pet!

8. The Wolfhound Czech

This wolf head dog was born from a cross between a german shepherd dog and a Carpathian wolf.

His temperament is half-dog, half-wolf.

He has the loving and receptive side of the dog but also the suspicious and responsive side of the wolf.

His upbringing must be done quickly to prevent his animal instincts from being exercised.

This dog can be quite unpredictable especially when in unfamiliar territory and when encountering strangers.

9. French Mastiff

French Mastiff

The brave French Mastiff dogs are also known as the Dogue de Bordeaux.

This breed of dog is easily identifiable by its massive head and muscular body.

Their skin is very thick and is characterized by noticeable wrinkles on the face and neck.

With small eyes, a wide nose, and short drooping ears, her face always has a cute expression.

The short and soft fur of this breed is light brown to dark red.