Top 10 Dangerous Dogs in The World

Top 10 Dangerous Dogs in The World list
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Would you like to know the top 10 dangerous dogs in the world?

Today I am going to share with you the top 10 dangerous dogs in the world based on various criteria. You will get to know dog breeds with most attacks ending with a fatal outcome. This post is based on Statistical data is from the USA.

Ok, let’s get started with the list of the top 10 deadly dog breeds in the world starting from the least to the most deadly.

 

10th Most Dangerous Dog Breed, Akita

You will hardly ever hear that the Akita breed is aggressive. But, the truth is that this breed is always alert, doesn’t bark, and it attacks without warning.

Akita breed also has some great qualities as it is obedient, sensitive, careful, independent, calm, loyal, and protective. When it comes to attacks, the Akita breed is in 10th place with 70 attacks.

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9th Most Dangerous – Doberman Pinscher

Doberman Pinscher is a popular, intelligent, and loyal breed often considered to be very dangerous and aggressive. But is Doberman Pinscher really that dangerous?

As with any dog breed, it has some great qualities which include being fearless, loyal, obedient, energetic, intelligent, cautious, and self-confident.

Recent statistics show that the Doberman Pinscher had 23 attacks and out of these 6 of the attacks ended up with the fatal outcome.

 

8th Most Dangerous – Boxer

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You may be surprised to find boxers on the list as they are typically very affectionate pets whose nature is not aggressive.

Nevertheless, they are guard dogs, very attached to their owners and they react instinctively to protect their owner. The Boxer breed is fearless, loyal, happy, energetic, intelligent, confident, brave, and calm.

Boxer comes in at 8th place with 64 attacks. Of these 64, 7 attacks ended up with the fatal outcome.

 

Deadliest dog breed number seven, Labrador Retriever

You might be downright shocked to find this breed on the list as Labradors are known as very good pets, and nobody considers them aggressive.

You might be wondering why they even made this list at all talk less of coming up in 7th place on the deadliest dog breeds list?

Well, what you need to know is that even though the Labrador retriever is clever, lively, peaceful, socializing, affectionate, and friendly to everyone.

They have had 56 attacks on people. Also, 9 of these attacks ended up with a fatal outcome. So even this very peaceful breed is not immune to aggression, and most experts agree that the aggressiveness and the attacks are the owner’s fault.

 

Deadliest dog breed number six, Husky

The beautiful Siberian Husky is a very good pet, known for its very friendly nature.

Husky is energetic, athletic, peaceful, and friendly to everyone. This breed comes in 6th place with 83 attacks, and 13 ended up with the fatal outcome.

 

Deadliest dog breed number five, Bullmastiff.

This dog breed is less common as a home pet than the rest we have seen so far as the Bullmastiff is a larger-sized guard dog, typically very protective and dangerous.

This breed is strong, independent and in the past has been used for the protection of factories, companies, and in some cases outdoors.

Bullmastiff also has some great qualities as it is obedient, loyal, committed, cautious, reliable, protective, and quiet.

Bullmastiff breed comes is in 4th place with 111 attacks. It’s also in 5th place by the number of attacks that ended up with a fatal outcome as 14 of these attacks ended up badly.

 

4th Most Dangerous Dog Breed – Bulldog

Bulldog is a muscular, strong, and sturdy dog breed. And although they are quiet and gentle dogs, they have a very strong bite which can cause serious consequences during the attack.

Bulldog is stubborn, loyal, friendly, and social. They are connected with attacks that ended up deadly and as such are considered dangerous dogs.

As of the time of compiling this data, they are ranked 4th by the number of deadly attacks with 15 attacks with fatal consequences.

Now let’s move on to the top 3 deadliest dog breeds. You may be surprised to see the dogs listed as top 3.

 

3rd Most Dangerous Dog Breed – German Shepherd

The German Shepherd is regarded as one of the most loyal breeds. It is also one of the most popular breeds. Unfortunately, a lesser-known fact is that they are considered dangerous dogs.

You might be wondering why are they considered to be dangerous? Well even though the German Shepherd is loyal, caring, hardworking, obedient, confident, brave, and intelligent,

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it is also linked with 113 attacks, and 20 attacks ended up deadly. This is why the German Shepherd breed comes is in at a high 3rd place.

 

2nd Deadliest Dog Breed – The Rottweiler.

The Rottweiler is a medium-sized dog that is well-known for its toughness, strength, and extremely good guarding traits.

Rottweiler is calm, fearless, obedient, benevolent, cautious, confident, and brave. Also, they have a reputation as dangerous dogs.

This breed should not be new to you when it comes to aggressive and dangerous dogs as they are quite popular for this and are associated with 535 attacks. Out of these, 45 attacks ended up with deadly consequences.

This places them at 2nd place on the list of the top deadliest dog breeds in the world.

In just a few moments you will get to know the top deadliest dog breed that has the most attacks many of whom have ended up with the fatal outcome.

 

No 1. Most Dangerous Dog Breed.

The deadliest dog breed in the world is the Pit Bull.

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Pit Bulls are considered to be the most dangerous dog breed in the world and the reason for this lies in the fact that they have the most attacks and most attacks with deadly consequences.

The Pit Bull breed dominates the list with 3397 attacks.

They also dominate the deadly list with 284 fatal attacks.

 

Are Pitbulls Really So Dangerous?

Pit bulls are so dangerous that many countries around the world have banned or restricted ownership of Pit Bull.

Many sources state that the reputation of Pit Bulls as the most dangerous dog in the world is undeserved. They claim that the Pit Bull is stubborn, kind, loyal, obedient, smart, powerful, friendly, and brave. they believe that often the reason for the aggression and the attacks of this breed is:

  • Bad behavior of the owner toward the dog
  • The lack of early socialization and
  • The lack of obedience training

Yet, according to the statistic they deserve to be in 1st place as the most deadly dog breed in the world. Also, the number of attacks is significantly higher than the dog breed that comes in at number 2.

However, I would like to point out that it is very important that you treat your dog well from a young age. It is true that aggression and attacks are almost always the owner’s fault and not the dog’s fault.

Even the most peaceful breeds such as Labrador can be dangerous and therefore the most important thing is to educate yourself and to properly treat all breeds, as dog care can vary slightly from breed to breed.

Therefore, take care when handling all dogs not just the dangerous dog breeds listed here.

 

Conclusion

Caring for your dog implies not only physiological needs (food, water, sleep, etc.) but also early socialization, obedience training, and proper dog care.

I hope you have learned some things from this post about the top 10 dangerous dog breeds in the world. This will help you in several ways and especially in choosing a pet for your home.

All dogs look cute as puppies but they will grow up so take the time to make the best decision for you.

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