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Top 10 most dangerous dog breeds

Top ten most dangerous dog breeds:

Top ten most dangerous dog breeds

Number One:
Name: Great Dane
Weight: more 200 pounds
Characteristics: Great Dane can cause very grave injury if it turns aggressive, certainly holds stature in the dog world; but though he looks terribly imposing, in reality he’s one of the best-natured dogs around.

Number Two:

Name: Rottweiler
Weight: 110–132 pounds
Characteristics: strong muscles and a big square jaw combined to give the dog one of the most forceful bites in the dog world, Later they were used to pull carts for butchers. They were among the earliest police dogs and serve with honor in the military. When it does bite it can cause injury damage.
Number Three:
Name: Pit Bull
Weight: 100-145 pounds
Characteristics: The Pit Bull immediately strikes one as being a dog of power ,passion and undying, dog gets more bad press than.
Unscrupulous owners and breeders do train and use the dogs in pit fighting, taking advantage of the dog's natural traits, and their unrivaled strength.
The American pit-bull registry does accept a merle coat.
 Number Four:
Name: Husky
Weight: 40-54 pounds.
Characteristics: The Siberian husky is a medium size working dog breed that originated in north-eastern Siberia, Russia.
Their blue or multi-colored eyes and striking facial masks only add to the appeal of this breed.
Number Five:
Name: German Jag terrier.
Weight: 18-22 pounds
Characteristics: The Jag terrier is a type of working terrier, originating in Germany, that is used for hunting quarry both above and underground. This breed of terrier is also called the German Hunt Terrier.
The coat either harsh or smooth; the important factor for coats of working terriers being that the coat must be thick and ample for turning briars fangs.
Number six:
Name: Doberman pinscher
Weight: 64-90 pounds.
Characteristics: The Doberman pinscher is a medium-large breed of domestic dog.
Better breeding practices over the past several years have resulted in Doberman Pinschers that are better pets. However, they are less tolerant of strangers and can pose a danger because of their big size.
Number seven:
Name: Boxer
Weight: 53-64 pounds.
 Characteristics: The Boxer is a medium-sized, short-haired breed of dog, developed in Germany.
Today, although they are a part of the Working Group, they mostly find homes as loving family companions.
Boxers were bred with powerful jaws that can cause a grave damage.
Number eight:
Name: Alaskan Malamute.
Weight: 72-86 pounds.

Characteristics: This intelligent canine needs a job and consistent leadership to avoid becoming bored or challenging to handle.
Features a powerful, sturdy body built for stamina and strength.
Like cold weather cousin, the Alaskan Malamute is a dog bred to work pulling a sled
It will chase smaller animals, the result of a high prey drive.
Number nine:
Name: German Sheperd.
Weight: 44-64 pounds.
Characteristics: The German Shepherd is a breed of medium to large-sized working dog that originated in Germany, is prone to attacking smaller animals.
This dog bite delivers a great deal of force, no matter its victim.
Number Ten:
Name: Tibetan Mastiff.
Weight: 68-108 pounds.
Characteristics: The Tibetan Mastiff is a type of large Tibetan dog breed. Originating with the nomadic cultures of can still be found performing that role, but they also enjoy life as a family companion and show dog
Any dog that's willing to protect a sheep against a leopard attack is one tough customer.

Like fearless temperament.

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