7 Most Dangerous Dog Breeds
Pit Bull Terrier: Known for their strength and tenacity, Pit Bulls are responsible for the highest number of fatal attacks in the US.
Rottweiler: Originally bred for herding and guarding, Rottweilers have a strong protective instinct and can be aggressive towards strangers.
German Shepherd: Often used as police and military dogs, German Shepherds can be highly territorial and protective of their owners.
Siberian Husky: While not typically aggressive, Huskies have a high prey drive and can be dangerous if not properly trained and socialized.
Alaskan Malamute: Similar to Huskies, Malamutes have a strong prey drive and can be aggressive towards other animals.
Doberman Pinscher: Known for their loyalty and intelligence, Dobermans can also be highly protective and territorial.
Chow Chow: Originally bred for hunting and guarding, Chow Chows can be aggressive towards strangers and other animals.