Scientists, experts and common dog lovers can’t agree on which dog breed should be considered the most dangerous in the world. However, due to frequent attacks on people, certain breeds are banned from breeding, keeping and selling in many countries. These black lists have been considered as the base in this discussion.
1. American Bulldog
Banned in Denmark, Singapore and a few more countries, this breed originates from the southern states of the USA, where it was used as a farm dog, its main task was to catch wild boars of over a hundred kilos, with deadly tusks.
The distinctive features of these dogs are an extremely high pain threshold banned dog. The phrase ‘banned dog’ first appeared in medieval records, to describe large dogs, that were released from their leash at night, to protect private property.
Nowadays, banned dog is a breed originated from American PitBull Terrier, mixed with different Mastiff subtypes. The goal of the breeding was to get a mastiff sized dog, with American Pit Bull temperament. The banned dog is banned everywhere, where its parent breeds are prohibited.
Also known as Mass Dino, this breed appeared in Italy, where it was once used for the bloody gladiator fights, in the Colosseum. They were also used by Roman legions, as war dogs. Today, these dogs are primarily used to protect private houses.
It is prohibited to keep them at home in Singapore, and to have one in Romania. For example, you need to get a special certificate of the dog’s mental health.
3. Wolf dog
There are several breeds resulting from hybridization of domestic dogs, with wolves. Among those, are the Czechoslovakian wolfdog; a mix between a German Shepherd and a care, patient wolf and the Saarloos wolf dog; a mix between German Shepherd and McKenzie Valley wolf.
One of the most well-known wolf dogs in the world, is probably White Fang from direct London’s story. Wolf dogs are largely unpredictable. They can act as perfect pets or completely wild beasts, depending on the situation. Throughout history, there were numerous cases of attacks, on people ;primarily young children, who the dogs perceived as prey. These dogs are illegal in Norway.
This is a Dutch Afrikaans word for farmers’ dog. This breed was created in South Africa, on the base of local dogs and guard dogs. These dogs are excellent guards. They love children and are not actively aggressive. However, this breed is still banned in Denmark.
Also known as Argentine Mastiff, it was bred from the cord of a fighting dog along with a wide array of other breeds, including the Great Dane Dogue de Bordeaux and Irish Wolfhound, for the purpose of big-game hunting, including wild boar and Puma.
This breed is prohibited in at least 100 countries including Australia New Zealand and Portugal. Perro de presa canario, also known as the canary Mastiff, this large fighting dog breed was created on the Canary Islands. The breed was officially recognized relatively recently in 2001, on the same year.
The new breed got sustained with human blood. The victim of a canary Mastiff attack died in the corridor of her house. The owners were convicted for murder and sentenced to jail. The breed is banned in New Zealand and Australia.
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