Top 10 dog breeds considered the most “dangerous”!!

No dog is mean from birth. It is his backgrounds and education that will make him a likely dangerous dog or not.
If a dog is offensive, it’s up to the master to do it. On the other hand, some breeds are more hard to educate than others, in particular, because of their genetic heritage.
This is the case of dogs called “attack” or “guard and defense.”
Here is a list of dog races that are most involved in bite cases. Although, it is necessary to remember that these are observations that in no way reveal the specific character of each dog of these breeds.

10.The American Staffordshire Terrier

The American terrier, also known as the diminutive staff or Amstaff is a dog of group 3 section 3 of the International Cynological Federation.
This strong and powerful dog can weigh up to 30 kilos. This breed has long been used for combat, which makes the staff a potentially very dangerous dog, especially if its aggressive instincts are awake. The temperament of this fighter has been softened over the years, but he remains a dog more difficult to socialize than his fellow.

9.The Labrador

The Labrador is a breed of dog native to the UK. It’s a medium-sized dog, with a round and robust look, thoroughly sand, chocolate or black. From the St. John’s Dog, the breed was imported and developed in the UK and Canada.
As surprising as it may seem, the Labrador is also one of the most dangerous dog breeds. Generally of a soft and calm naturalness, if they have been educated correctly, it happens sometimes that some dogs of this race have hyperactive or even aggressive outbreaks. These outbreaks are often due to an identity problem related to education.

8.The American Pitbull Terrier

The American Pit Bull Terrier is more commonly known as “Pitbull” is a terrier type dog.
The reputation of the Pitbull was made in the 19th century when its main role was to face bulls or bears in arenas for fighting to the death. Even now, the image of a killer dog continues in the collective mind. In fact, although he may be more inclined than others to be aggressive because of inadequate education, he is a jovial and energetic dog.