6D8597EC51EFA3DEB5745978225EF1D3 The most dangerous 6 types of dogs - Facts and Information


The most dangerous 6 types of dogs

The most dangerous type of dog is a dog, an animal belonging to the family of mammals. This animal is distinguished from others by its loyalty, as it is considered the best friend of man, and man uses it for multiple purposes: hunting and guarding, and all dogs are considered to be in one degree of danger, especially those dogs that did not receive socialization and proper care known to its violent and aggressive nature, in this article we will know about the most dangerous types of dogs in the world according to what was published by the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Center for Disease Control in the United States, as 10 types of dangerous dog breeds were monitored, we will suffice to mention dogs that occupy the first four ranks in terms of severity.


1.   Pit Bulls

§  The Pitbull origin is from the United States of America, weighing approximately (30-55) pounds and its length (18-22) inches, and is ranked first in terms of severity and ferocity.

§  Not to allow his opponent to survive, as he closes his upper and lower jaws on his prey until he dies.

§  He is described as born to fight and has many victims, whether from animals or humans.

§  He was forbidden in France.

§  Travel restrictions were imposed and insurance rates were raised.


2.   Rottweilers

§  Rottweiler has its origin in Germany, weighing approximately (85-110) pounds and its length (23-27) inches, and comes in the second gravity phase after Pitbull.

§  It is distinguished by its large body and large mouth, which contains strong jaws and full teeth.

§  It was used during World War I and II for transport, guard, search and rescue, and first aid transport.

§   It is characterized by obeying orders and eagerness at work.

§  He has great skill in swimming.

§  He is distinguished for his love for children.

§  The weak point of Rottweiler is his tail.

§  Celebrities and politicians use it as a guard dog.


3.   German Shepherd

§  The German Shepherd originates in Germany, weighing approximately (70-85) pounds and its length (22-26) inches.

§  It comes in the third stage in terms of danger.

§  He is famous for his standing upright.

§  He has round eyes and a strong jaw, and is medium in size.

§  It is characterized by its speed, intelligence, strength and ease of taming it.

§  It can be used to track down criminals and as a police dog and to detect contraband like drugs.

He is 7-10 years old and is very popular around the world.


4.    Husky

§  The Siberian Husky has its origins in Syria, weighing approximately (35-55) pounds and its length (20-24) inches.

§  It comes in the fourth place in terms of danger.

§  It is characterized by activity and intelligence.

§  He loves to live in groups of his lineage.

§  Wolves look more like dogs.

§  His bite is considered fatal.

§  It was used in the past to transport goods in the polar regions, as they live in such weather conditions.



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