Regardless of the dog’s breed, we can actually say that the dog’s upbringing explains the important part of it’s personality.

Training and taming can resolve the dog’s bad behavior. Based from the articles that we read, here are the list of top #10 dogs that cause higher percentage of fatality and injuries compared from the others.

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Top #10: Great Dane – when untamed, this breed can bee proved to be very dangerous.


Top #9: Boxers – Boxers are known for their strong jaws and powerful bites, and they’re a protective breed of dog, which is good for families wanting a sense of security.


Top #8: Wolf Hybrid – All dogs are descendants of wolves, but many of today’s dog species are still directly crossbred with these wild animals. Because of the inherent danger in breeding a wild animal with a domestic one, these dogs are often extremely skittish and unpredictable, to the point that many states have made it illegal to own a wolf hybrid.


Top #7: Malamute – These dogs are often used as sled dogs, and they are the state dog of Alaska.


Top #6: Husky –  Like the Malamute, the Husky is primarily known as a sled dog. Huskies are athletic and energetic dogs. Because of the breed’s history as a working dog, they are not primarily intended to be social – unlike breeds specifically meant to be pets.


Top #5: Bullmastiffs – Bullmastiffs are large and intimidating dogs. Bullmastiffs were bred as guard dogs, so they have a naturally aggressive temperament.


Top #4: Doberman Pinscher – Dobermans can be often be aggressive towards strangers, but less frequently towards their owners.


Top #3: German Shepherd – German Shepherds have a tendency to bite and attack smaller dogs. and they are commonly used as police dog today.


Top #2: Rottweiler – The breed’s astounding strength makes it all the more dangerous: Rottweilers have been responsible for two deaths in the United States so far this year.


Top #1:  Pit Bull – Pit bulls are by far the most dangerous and aggressive breed of dog there is. Many countries around the world have even banned this extremely aggressive breed of dog.




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