Here Are 10 Most Dangerous Dog Breeds In The World

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No doubt, the dog stands for loyalty, unconditional love and sacrifices its life for its owner. It is truly considered as “Man’s Best Friend”. However, there are some dog breeds that are highly aggressive in nature. If you are looking to buy any dog and pamper then make sure that it is not a banned dog breed.

Here are 10 dog breeds that are banned in the world.

10. Tosa Inu


This kind of dog breed is very dangerous and is legally prohibited in several countries like Denmark, Malta, and Norway. It weighs between 130 pounds and 200 pounds.


9. Pit Bulls


Pit Bulls are restricted all over the world, especially in Miami and the UK.  You know, Pit Bulls are responsible for up to 45% of human attacks by dogs, particularly children. Recently on May 4th, Pitbull breed attacked a 5-year-old child in Jersey City. The child was bitten so hard that doctors thought she was going to lose her leg.


8. Perro de Presa Canario


This dog breed is banned in Australia and New Zealand. Even though they are trained and yet they can be aggressive.


7. Neapolitan Mastiff


Owning this breed is illegal in Singapore. In order to own it in Romania, a psychological evaluation has to be passed by a Neapolitan Mastiff. Fully grown Neapolitan Mastiffs that weigh almost 200 pounds can be dangerous. However, it is the most honest dog breed you will ever find. It acts as a guard and defender of family and property.


6. Fila Brasileiro or Brazillian Mastiffs


These large dogs were developed in Brazil. They have a temperament that is affectionate and at the same time extremely protective. They have a terrible aggressive nature and so this dog breed is banned in Denmark, Israel, Malta, Norway, and the UK.


5. Dogo Argentino


For big-game hunting which includes Polar Bears, wild boar, these white muscular dogs were developed in Argentina. It has steadfast bravery and protects its owner from any harm but due to its aggressive nature, owing this dog breed is prohibited in Australia, New Zealand, Portugal, and the UK.


4. Czechoslovakian Wolfdog


Czechoslovakian Wolfdog breed is prohibited to keep as pets. Wolfdog breeds attack especially on children. These are prohibited in Finland, Ukraine, and Norway.


3. Boerboel


Boerboels are one of the most powerful dog breeds and are bred to guard the homestead. They can even fight against hyenas, lions and other big cats. Denmark banned these dogs in 2010 from owing after being recognized as fighting dogs.


2. American Bulldog


Despite being known for their friendly nature, full of energy, American Bulldogs are highly stubborn in nature. They were banned in Denmark and Singapore after reports of fatal attacks. Recently on May 4, Bulldog attacked a 65-year-old in Middlesbrough.


1. American Bandogge


This breed is known for its courageous, energetic and playful nature. They are a crossbreed between the American Pit Bull Terrier breed and the Neapolitan Mastiff breed and so they are restricted all over the world especially in Miami, UK, and Singapore.

Any animal can be trained but it is not possible to train these dog breeds and as a safety measure there are policies and laws to ban these dog breeds all over the world. There are people who are dog lovers and we also love a dog but Ryan Anderson from Australia claims himself is the biggest Dog lover.

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