We have compiled a list of the 6 most dangerous dog breeds in the world. Therefore, if you see that any of the listed dogs are “upset” about something, just stay away and stay calm.
1. American Pit Bull Terrier
- American Pit Bull Terriers account for 66% (284) of these deaths.
American Pit is one of the most dangerous dogs in the world and that is why it is banned in many countries. This medium-sized, intelligent, short-haired dog is one of the most dangerous in the world. The main qualities of the American pit bull are strength and confidence.
This breed performs very well in competitions due to its high level of intelligence. In the United States, over 13 years, from 2005 to 2017, dogs have killed 433 people.
- Rottweilers were responsible for 10% (45) of deaths in 13 years.
Rottweilers are considered unsuitable for the role of family dogs, especially for families with amateur owners. They have one of the worst temperaments among dogs and need the training to avoid dangerous situations.
3. German Shepherd
- German Shepherds caused 20 deaths between 2005 and 2017.
In the United States, the German Shepherd (Alsatian Shepherd) is the second most popular dog breed. She is an important part of the police force all over the world.
Studies have shown that German Shepherds are the third most intelligent dog, which is why the police use them. When attacking, they attack with a bite force equal to more than 1060 Newtons.
4. American Bulldog
- Between 2005 and 2017, they caused 15 deaths (3.5%).
The American Bulldog is a well-balanced, athletic dog that exhibits great strength, endurance, agility, and a friendly demeanor. Historically, they were bred as working dogs for agricultural work.
Bullmastiffs are intelligent, athletic, energetic dogs. But they also have an aggressive personality that can be fatal if not cared for properly.
Bullmastiffs are commonly used as guard dogs. These dogs can become reliable and obedient from an early age through continuous training.
6. Siberian Husky
It is a well-balanced sporting dog that exhibits great strength, endurance, agility, and a friendly demeanor. Historically, they were bred as working dogs for agricultural work.