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10 Popular But Dangerous Dog Breeds

01. Alaskan Malamute

This breed Alaskan Malamute weighs 75 to 100 pounds and has a lifespan of 12-15 years. It is one of the oldest breeds whose looks have remained unaltered. Alaskan Malamute was traditionally a sled dog owing to its large and strong built. This dog was also good for hunting seals and for security purposes. This dog breed Alaskan Malamute can be dangerous when left alone with kids and other small pets. It is a dog that requires large space and companion. Alaskan Malamute can become pretty aggressive when bored.
Alaskan Malamute
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02. Wolf Hybrid

This dog breed Wolf Hybrid weighs an average of 130 pounds, grows too an average height of 29 inches, and has an average lifespan Of 14 years. This is a dangerous dog breed because half of its genes are wolf genes. Wolf Hybrids are capable of maintaining their hunting instincts because of their wolf genes, which makes them dangerous to have around.
Wolf Hybrid
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03. The Great Dane

This dog breed Great Dane can weigh up to 200 pounds maximum, reach a maximum height of 34 inches and live up to 8 years on average. Great Danes are among the largest dog breeds known. This dog breed has low hunting skills. Their sheer size is a danger to children other small pets and to humans too, which makes Great Dane a dangerous dog breed.
The Great Dane
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  • Pit Bulls are not bad they just have a reputation of being bad. Like if they are trained to fight and they see a stranger it’s gonna be bad. But it’s not their fault the people who trained them to fight are responsible.

  • I own pitbulls for many years they have been a very good breed show very much love and care for me my wife and my son but don’t walk into my house uninvited they are very protective

  • I have a Great Dane, and she takes offense to the mention of the Great Dane because of sheer size. If you did your homework, you’d find that they are incredible family dogs, often thinking of themselves as lap dogs. Size and breeds don’t make dogs dangerous-bad owners do.

  • You forgot the dalmation. I work in the veterinary field. One of the worst bites i ever recievee was from a dalmation, and never a pit bull ! Please make a list of the most dangerous dogs under 20 lbs…trust me…they will eat your face off faster than most of the larger breed dogs mentioned in your article…

  • I own three huskies, saying they are unsociable is ridiculous. Huskies are the most social dogs ever. The most stubborn maybe but not unsociable.

  • I love chows. Socialization is very important. I used to raise chows. I had a black male for 14 years and raised 3 kids. He never bit anyone. My sweet baby boy. I Miss Him so Much

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