10 Most Dangerous Dog Breeds In The World

it's no secret that dogs can be terrifying they are big fast loud aggressive and most importantly loving which are also traits that can apply to humans remember it's the owner that makes the dog not the dog that makes the owner stay tuned until the end to see which dog breed was made from dingoes before he gets started like this video subscribe to the richest and join our notification squad now here are the 10 scariest hybrid dog breeds in the world Doberman the Doberman is the Frankenstein's monster of breeds and it even bears its creators name the dog was first established in 1890 by carl friedrich lewis Doberman a tax collector living in the town of a poldek germany he wanted to make a dog that would protect him during his fraud expeditions to dangerous neighborhoods and confrontations with dangerous people this was achieved by mixing several breeds including Rottweiler German Pinscher and beauceron the hybridization was successful in the 28 inch tall 80 pound Doberman was born into the world of protection services the breed thrived in its role and today Dobermans are used for all kinds of aggressive specific jobs they can be found guarding businesses hunting down criminals and rescuing wounded soldiers on the battlefield of course they can also make great house pets however because of their selectively bred tenacity Dobermans have found themselves near the top of the list of dangerous dogs wolf dog we don't need much of an explanation for this breed Wolf's and domestic dogs have been bred in society for hundreds of years and in nature since the Ice Age since domestic dogs split from Wolf's only forty thousand years ago and share 99.9% of the same DNA crossbreeding is easy it has been accomplished with Wolf's such as grey wolf timber wolf and eat the open wolf and dogs like German Shepherds Siberian Huskies and Alaskan Maltese wolf dogs become the size of Wolf's rather than dogs standing nearly three feet tall and weighing over 100 pounds in terms of temperament wolf dogs have a bad rep each which has resulted in breed-specific bands around the world however public opinion is changing in regards to wolf dogs as people believe that they have been unfairly vilified and are no more temperamental than other independent breeds still owing to woof dogs size and unpredictability they rank high in dog bite statistics if this weren't scary enough keep in mind they are part wolf Great Dane though Great Danes are gentle giants they belong on this list based on sheer size also the fact that they've had a long and convoluted breeding history means that Great Danes did become great through sheer tyranny of will it was a centuries-long process that started in Germany in the 1600s although dogs resembling the Great Dane have been found on Egyptian monuments and in ancient Chinese literature the modern Great Dane is believed to be derived from English Mastiff and Irish Wolfhounds Danes were originally bred for boar hunting and quickly became prized for their size intelligence and tenacity the Danes even found their way into the hands of European royalty eventually the need for boar hunting ran out and the Great Dane made a unique transition from ruthless hunting machine to friendly and docile companion dog it still retained its legendary size of course the Great Dane is the tallest breed of dog with one individual reaching 44 inches at the shoulder canary Mastiff the canary Mastiff was bred in the canary islands in the 15th and 16th centuries it is thought to be the descendant of early Mastiffs brought by conquistadors these Mastiffs were then bred with bull dogs and sheepdogs to create the unmistakable size and coat that has defined the breed also defining the breed is its ferocity following roles as hunters herders and Guardians the canary Mastiff was forced into dogfighting at twenty-five inches high and well over 100 pounds the breed was an obvious choice for the bloodsport but years in the ring drastically reduced its population and soon the canary Mastiff was in crisis mode thankfully the breed entered a resurgence period in team 70s and the canary mastic was rehabilitated as a brave and loyal pet with extraordinary markings this doesn't mean we won't still be scared if we see one there's no dog that looks more like a mythical beast so excuse our apprehension pitbull it's no secret that pitbulls have had a short but brutal history they were first bred in England in the early 1800s by mixing Bulldogs with Terriers this created in effect super dogs early pit bulls were used exclusively for blood sports like bull and bear baiting which pit groups of dogs against the aforementioned animals when blood sports were banned in England in 1835 pit bulls were forced to fight each other and were selectively bred for dog fighting as you well know this has continued into the 21st century pit bulls are the most popular fighting dogs and have been stigmatized in society as a result this is not an unjust ruling pitbulls are among the most aggressive dog breeds and are ranked annually amongst the most bite centric canines they are also responsible for causing more human fatalities than any other breed it's not a surprise then that pit bulls have been the subject of city and even countrywide bans of course pit bulls are not the problem they are the scapegoats of a larger problem that begins and ends with their owners bull mastiff there are few breeds as powerful as the bull mastiff which has become one of the most feared the colossal bull mastiff dates from the mid eighteen hundreds and was created by gamekeepers to help guard estates the dogs were a result of breeding English Mastiff swith now extinct Old English Bulldogs the best qualities of both dogs converged in the bull mastiff which is large strong and fast thus individuals were shipped all over the world to aid in the protection of land this included South Africa where bull Mastiffs were used to guard diamond mines though not as large as his predecessor the English master the bull mastiff averages over 100 pounds and x approaches 200 temperamentally bullmastiffs are quite calm but if challenge they will put up a fight that no one wants they've been responsible for 111 attacks in the US and Canada from 1982 to 2014 bull Mastiffs are deciding Li unaggressive unless provoked and their scariness is mostly an illusion Dogo Argentino this ghostly dog has a reputation similar to that of a pit bull only the fear is reserved for South America rather than North America Dogo Argentino was first bred in 1928 in Argentina it was developed by Antonio Martinez who wanted big-game hunting dogs for wild boar and other South American pests he accomplished this by crossbreeding the now-extinct Cordoba fighting dog which was itself a crossbreed of the boxer Mastiff and others with all kinds of breeds like the Great Dane bull terrier Great Pyrenees and even the pointer the result was 90 pounds of pure muscle and power Martinez got his wish and maybe more than he bargained for when the breed excelled at hunting and thanks to its reliability and pressor variants it started to be used in search-and-rescue operations the police service and the military unfortunately it's also been used in dog fighting despite its appearance ferocious past and the fact that Dogo Argentino has been banned or restricted in countries like Denmark and Australia it can make a social loyal and loving pet Rottweiler the Rottweiler has an origin story that should make most other breeds jealous as one of the oldest dog breeds in the world the Rottweiler is a mixture of ancient Roman Mastiffs with unknown local dogs from the German city of wroclaw the newly formed Rottweiler was used to drive carts and herd livestock thus earning the nickname butcher's dog being bred for their strength Rottweilers attained sizes that made it one of the most intimidating dog breeds in the world the largest Rottweiler on record weighed 195 pounds Rottweilers work all kinds of jobs and have proven to be a perfect companion of course their size and strength means danger for people who mess with for their owners Roddy's ranked second behind pitbulls for the most attacks on people and the most attacks resulting in fatalities however they protect far more than they harm as Rottweilers serve as police and guard dogs all over the world horrible the Boerboel is also called the South African Mastiff and for obvious reasons for Bulls originated in South Africa after Dutch boars settled in the area Boerboel translates from Africans to farmers dog they were bred to protect farm hunt game and defended the land from intruders it's hard to determine Horrible's exact lineage but when the breed emerged the dogs common to the region were bloodhounds greyhounds Mastiffs and terriers it's believed that the Boerboel is a combination of these breeds being trained to hunt lions for bulls emerged as an extremely powerful breed tipping the scales at 175 pound in some instances but just like with other dogs that were bred for aggression and later levelled out for voles are now quite social and loyal dogs but they are also unflinchingly protective which is why they can mane people who threaten their family or property for voles are banned in several countries and at first glance it's easy to see why dingo dog there's always a bit of trepidation when a domestic dog gets crossed with the wild one wild dogs aren't trustworthy in the ways that domestic dogs are which is why such cross breeds posed problems not just in society but in the wild dingo dog breeds are one of these this abundant hybrid emerged in Australia when settlers dogs began mating with their genetically similar dingo relative however this didn't always happen against the wishes of the dog's owner some dogs have been intentionally bread with dingoes to create energetic and intelligent yet independent hybrids including the famous Australian Cattle Dog which was first developed in the early eighth hundreds but for every cross three that was intentional there were thousands that weren't and now Australia is overrun with dog dingo hybrids they're often easy to spot because they have the body of dingoes but the coat pattern of other dogs it turns out that they have the tenacity of wild dogs with an unprecedented comfortability around humans that's all for the 10 scariest hybrid dog breeds in the world what dog are you the most afraid oh let us know in the comments below thanks for watching and don't forget to subscribe

25 thoughts on “10 Most Dangerous Dog Breeds In The World

  1. Yet again im from argentina and therr are legends of the guy being abusive to his dog and leading his dog to hurt him…….you guys need to meet them because they are sweethearts

  2. I only clicked on this video to say that no dogs are dangerous.

    They are trained for this. I have been with most of these dogs on the list and they are very sweet it only depends on the owner and I hate that people say "oh dogs are vicious" But no they aren't they are trained to do what they do. Dogs are a very gentle animal.

  3. I own a caniche poodle, and a maltese, and I can tell that my dogs are the most dangerous dogs lol (exactly the opposite)??

  4. i love how they put that one scene of DDK in there for the pitbull lol ?✊? love pitbulls though

  5. Why do dogs get aggressive? Well maybe cuz some dogs get abused, abandoned, neglected, etc..it’s not there fault they can’t trust people

  6. I got attacked by a Doberman once. It was terrifying. I was on my bike, and this kind of dog was running towards me, I didn’t have my glasses on so I didn’t know what it was. It literally jumped on my bike and I ran but it was fast though, and so I got attacked and I had to go to the hospital.

    Scary? For me it was

  7. To clarify this these dogs are not hybrid because the definition of hybrid is the breeding of two different spieces such as a horse and a mule.

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