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MOST DANGEROUS DOG BREEDS

10. Alaskan Malamute

Almost identical to the Siberian Husky in appearance is the Alaskan Malamute. The Alaskan Malamute is significantly larger than their wolf-life counterparts, which is the fundamental distinction.

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9. Doberman Pinscher

The Doberman Pinscher has a distinctive appearance that is immediately recognised because to its cropped ears, straight back, and perpetually alert expression.

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8. Boxer

Boxers make unusual pets because, despite their ridiculously dopey appearance, they were designed to be working dogs.

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7. Labrador Retriever

A hunting dog bred to work alongside people is the Labrador Retriever. They can weigh up to 80 pounds and stand just around 2 feet tall, making them pretty big dogs.

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6. Siberian Huskies

Siberian huskies are prized for looking like wolves. It shouldn't come as a huge surprise to you that canines that resemble wild animals also act somewhat like them.

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5. Bullmastiff

The Bullmastiff breed is regarded highly as a pet since they are devoted, vigilant, and courageous. They'll safeguard your house and yard, but they might not appreciate visitors.

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4. American Bulldog

The American bulldog, unlike its British cousins, is still a strong working dog that has not been overbred to the point of being worthless.

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3. German Shepherd

German Shepherds are working canines that have recently been used by police departments and militaries. The pick was made for obvious reasons: these canines are strong, clever, powerful.

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2. Rottweiler

Rottiweilers were frequently regarded as the most dangerous dog breed in the world until pit bulls gained notoriety as extremely vicious animals.

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1. Pit Bull

The pit bull is the most deadly dog breed, even if this shouldn't come as a surprise to most individuals who research dangerous dog breeds.

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