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Top 10] Most Aggressive Dog Breed

Most Aggressive Dog Breed

Pit Bulls

Often perceived as aggressive due to their history of use in dog fighting. They require extensive socialization and experienced owners. 

Rottweilers  

Historically used as guard dogs, they can be territorial and protective. With proper training and socialization they can be devoted companions. 

German Shepherds 

Used for police/military work. They can become overprotective without guidance. With the right handling they are smart and loyal. 

Doberman Pinschers 

Often used as guard and protection dogs. They are intelligent, strong-willed, and need an experienced owner able to establish leadership. 

Siberian Huskies  

Bred to pull sleds over long distances. They have high energy levels and a very high prey drive. Regular activity and secure fences are a must. 

Alaskan Malamutes  

As high-energy working dogs, they require experienced owners and lots of vigorous activity to prevent boredom-related bad behaviors. 

Chow Chows  

Independent and stubborn, many have aggressive tendencies due to minimal human interaction while breeding. Early socialization is critical. 

Cane Corso 

As a mastiff-type guard dog, they can become aggressive without proper leadership from their owner. Not ideal for novice dog owners.

Akitas 

Many were bred for aggression. They are bold and willful; therefore extensive obedience training is required from a young age. 

Wolf Hybrids 

Retain genetic ties to wild wolves. Considerable caution is advised due to their unpredictable nature. Legal restrictions vary by state. 

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