Ten Most Dangerous Dogs In World

People believe that pets are our best friends. People love them so much that sometimes they eat together, sleep together, and go for walks together. Many people like dogs because of loyalty and security advantages, some dogs are cute and small but some are big and dangerous. Here is the list of ten most dangerous dogs on earth.

At Number 10

Dalmatian

The Dalmatian is a breed of dog whose roots are often said to trace back to Dalmatia, where the first illustrations of the dog have been found. The Dalmatian is noted for its unique black- or brown-spotted coat and was mainly used as a carriage dog in its early days. Today, this dog remains a well-loved family pet, and many dog enthusiasts enter their pets into the competitions of many kennel clubs. Via

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(Weight: 40-70 lbs.)

Origin: Balkans, India, Middle Ages
Height: 20-24 inches

 

At Number 9

Dachshund

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Weight (6.8kg-13kg)

Origin: Germany

 

At Number 8

Boxer

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(Weight: 50-70 lbs.)

Origin: Germany, 1850-ies
Height: 20-25 inches

 

At Number 7

Presa Canario

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( Weight: 80-115 lbs.)

Origin:Canary Islands, Africa
Height: 25-26 inches

 

At Number 6

Saint Bernard

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The St. Bernard is a breed of very large working dog from the Italian and Swiss Alps, originally bred for rescue. The breed has become famous through tales of alpine rescues, as well as for its enormous size.

Origin: Switzerland, Middle Ages
Weight: 110-180 lbs
Height: 24-29 inches

 

At Number 5

Chow Chow

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(Weight: 50-70 lbs.)

Origin: China, antiquity
Height: 18-22 inches

 

At Number 4

Doberman Pinschers

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(Weight: 65-90 lbs.)

Origin: Germany, XIX century
Height: 26-28 inches

 

At Number 3

Rottweilers

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The Rottweiler is a large size breed of domestic dog. The dogs were known as “Rottweil butchers’ dogs” because they were used to herd livestock and pull carts laden with butchered meat and other products to market.Some recordsindicate that earlier Rottweilers may have also been used for hunting, although the modern Rottweiler has a relatively low hunting instinct. Via

 

(Weight: 100-130 lbs.)

Origin: Germany, 1820-ies
Height: 23-27 inches

 

At Number 2

German Shepherds

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(Weight: 70-100 lbs.)

Origin: Germany, XIX century
Height: 22-26 inches

 

At Number 1

Pit Bulls

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The term pitbull refers to certain breeds of dog – namely, the American Pit Bull Terrier, the American Staffordshire Terrier, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, and any crosses between the three. In a few parts of the world, the American Bulldog is also classified as ‘Pit Bull’-type dog, despite the fact that they have major genetic differences. Via

 

(Weight: 55-65 lbs.)

Origin: US, XIX century
Height: 18-22 inches

 

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