A dog is a man’s best friend, so no wonder thousands of people prefer to have this four-legged companion. Before getting any pet, you would probably want to do a little bit of research to make the best decision!
You definitely want to know which dog breed suits you and your accommodation the most: If they get on well with children or seniors, how long do they live, if they’re immune to parasites, can they coexist with other pets, which of them require daily exercise, etc. But first of all, you want to know which breed is most likely to attack its owners.
Talking about most dangerous dog breeds is a very subjective thing. The behavior of any canine depends on a number of factors such as genes, temperament, and most obvious, how the dog is raised and trained. That’s why attack data provided here doesn’t always correspond to the dog’s fault.
However, it is still might be interesting for you to know biting statistics (1982–2014, Canada and USA), as it might affect your choice of buying a certain breed. The number of incidents is very small when compared to the number of years (32) during which the information was gathered, yet fatal cases happened.
Top 10 most dangerous dog breeds:
10. Doberman (23 incidents of bodily harm, 8 deaths)
9. Chowchow (61 incidents of bodily harm, 8 deaths)
8. Akita (70 incidents of bodily harm, 8 deaths)
7. Pit-Bull Mix (206 incidents of bodily harm, 12 deaths)
6. German Shepherd (113 incidents of bodily harm, 15 deaths)
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