Most Dangerous Dog Breeds

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The Most Dangerous Dog Breeds in India are as follows:-

  1. Pit Bull Terrier
  2. Rottweiler
  3. German Shepherd
  4. Chow Chow
  5. Doberman Pinscher
  6. Bullmastiff
  7. Great Dane
  8. Boxer
  9. Dogo Argentino
  10. Mastiff
  11. Komondor Dogs
  12. Black Russian Terrier
  • The Pitbull Terrier

pit bull

Pitbull Terrier, Also known as the American pit bull terrier and Pit Bull, is a dog breed. The dog has been selectively bred for various behaviours, most often for dog fighting. In the United States, the breed gained prominence in the early 1980s as a result of urbanization, and was subsequently banned in many localities as a dangerous dog. This breed is medium-sized with a short coat and can come in almost any colour combination.


The Rottweiler is known as one of the world’s most courageous breeds. It has an excellent nose and is used as a sniffer dog for termite detection in Africa. It is medium-sized, robust, powerful and athletic.

  • The German Shepherd Dog

German Shepherd

The German Shepherd Dog, named for his country of origin, also called Alsatian or just Shepherd, was developed in Germany as a herding dog. This breed is talented in terms of being a watchdog, for guarding, and for police and military work. The German Shepherd Dog is a very large breed of dog, which has a dense and water-repellant double coat. It was bred from the older herding dogs, to be able to perform various tasks such as rescuing people in mountains and performing police work such as tracking and detaining criminals.

  • Chow Chow

Chow Chow dog

Chow Chow is a breed of dog that originated in China. The chow chow has a very distinctive appearance, with dark brown fur and a blue-black tongue. Over the centuries, these dogs have developed into two separate types: the rough-coated Chow Chow and the smooth-coated Chow Chow. They have many stories about their origin.

  • The Doberman Pinscher

Doberman Pinscher dog

The Doberman Pinscher, also known as the Doberman, is a medium-large breed of domestic dog originally developed around 1890 by Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann, a tax collector from Germany. The original purpose was to create a reliable companion dog that would be medium-sized, have a short coat and be able to perform demanding physical work.

  • Bullmastiff

Bullmastiff dog

Bullmastiff is a large breed of dog. They are known for their powerful strength, agility, speed and fearless nature. These dogs were created by breeding Mastiffs with Bulldogs to produce a dog that was good at catching poachers. The Bullmastiff has a short, smooth coat. It is often black with brindle points or may be mahogany red with yellow points.

  • The Great Dane

Great Dane dog

The Great Dane is one of the world’s tallest dog breeds. Their chest is very wide. They are very powerful and noble animals. They have a dignified appearance that makes them seem regal and noble.

  • The Boxer

Boxer dog

The Boxer is a medium-sized, short-haired breed of dog, developed in Germany. The coat is smooth and tight-fitting; colours are fawn or brindled, with or without white markings. Boxers are brachycephalic (they have broad short skulls), have a square muzzle, mandibular prognathism (an underbite), very strong jaws and a powerful bite ideal for hanging on to a large prey. The Boxer was bred from the Old English Bulldog and the now extinct Bullenbeisser, which became extinct by crossbreeding with Bloodhounds, Mastiffs and others.

The Dogo Argentino 

Dogo Argentino dog


The Dogo Argentino (or Argentinean Dogo) is an athletic, muscular hunting dog. The Dogo Argentino has been used for many types of hunting, including wild boar, deer, and jaguar. This breed was created by Dr. Antonio Nores Martinez, a Nobel Prize winner from the Institute Pasteur de Montevideo in Uruguay.

  • The Mastiff

Mastiff Dog

The Mastiff is an ancient breed that has been around for thousands of years. They are very large dogs with short, tawny coats and massive heads. Originally bred for battle, the Mastiffs are now used as guard dogs.

  • Komondor Dogs

Komondor Dog

Komondor Dogs are known by several names including Hungarian Sheepdog, Mop Dog and Monk Dog. They are large dogs with long white cords of hair, which gives them a unique appearance among dog breeds.

  • The Black Russian Terrier

Black Russian Terrier dog

The Black Russian Terrier is a large breed of dog that is the result of crossing several other breeds around 1952. Their coat is glossy black and may have some rust-coloured markings on the head. They are very strong dogs that are intelligent, calm, and dignified. They are used as police dogs for their great strength, intelligence, and calm temperament.

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