Before you read about these aggressive dog breeds, know that there isn't anything wrong with owning any of these animals. Dogs that are aggressive are largely a reflection of how the owner treats it, but the aggressive dogs on this list are more likely to bite a guest or another dog. Aggressive necessarily doesn't have to be a bad thing – just look at the Pekingese, a toy breed with a big attitude and an even bigger heart. If you're looking for a guard dog, perhaps you'll like the Bully Kutta, an exceptionally loyal and strong dog. That being said, these dogs are more likely to bite than other breeds, so keep that in mind if you want to adopt any of these aggressive dog breeds.
You might be surprised to learn that Dachsunds are statistically more aggressive than bigger dogs like Pit Bulls or Rottweilers. In fact, you're more likely to be bitten or attacked by a smaller dog than you are a big one.If you already own an aggressive dog, then you are the perfect voter for this list. For those of you thinking about adopting an aggressive dog, use this ranked list to become more informed about each of these canines.
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