Most people don’t know the difference between the Akita and the Akita Inu – however, the Akita is the American bred version of the Akita Inu. They’re quite similar, but still two distinct breeds of dogs.
The Akita is an incredibly strong-willed, beautiful dog that has been bred for hunting. They are an independent breed and that makes training them particularly difficult. Akitas, when not trained properly, can become aggressive and dangerous towards others.
Not only is the Shar-Pei one of the rarest breeds of dog in the entire world, but they’re also one of the most aggressive. The Shar-Pei was bred in China, particularly to be an aggressive dogfighter. For anyone who has a Shar-Pei, their aggression should be monitored carefully.
While they may be sweet to their owners, but they can prove to be pretty dangerous towards strangers. Due to their aggressive nature, it is not recommended that these dogs be left alone with small children as they may attack them. Shar Pei’s should constantly be observed to avoid any fatal injuries.
Most people associate beagles with loud howling, short, friendly dogs. And while a well-trained beagle could be your best friend, the beagle is actually a dog breed that has a high rate of aggression.
Did you know that beagles were originally bred for hunting small game? Because of this, beagles today have a high prey drive and can become excited and aggressive quite easily. This means that small animals and children should be carefully monitored around this kind of dog. Overall, the Beagle is a very friendly and wonderful house pet.
42. Bedlington Terrier
This is an interesting looking dog. It is actually in the official Dangerous Dogs list in the United States. They’re an incredibly stubborn breed of dog, and because of their breeding, have a high prey drive. These particular dogs can be docile and friendly when well trained and socialized as puppies.
However, the Bedlington Terrier can be particularly dangerous around small animals and children, due to their prey drive and instinct to hunt. They also have an infamous temperament issue, which can cause them to lash out and be more dangerous. This breed needs plenty of attention to their training at a young age. They are recommended for experienced dog owners only.
43. Korean Jindo Dog
Bred on Jindo Island in Korea, the Jindo is a hunting dog that’s well known for its bravery and loyalty. Of course, hunting dog instincts mixed with bravery make a particularly dangerous dog, especially if it isn’t trained properly.
Like most breeds of primitive dogs, the Jindo is quite stubborn, which means it can be hard to train. Inexperienced trainers may find that the Jindo is more than they can handle. Because of this, most of these dogs are left untrained, unpredictable, and aggressive.