Since the beginning of their domestication, dogs have been a part of the human world. Because of their instinctive guarding ability, they are used to protect livestock and even as police dogs, or even as house pets performing tricks.
Noticeably intelligent creatures, dogs surely do make great and loyal companions. Although often described as “man’s best friend”, these creatures, weren’t naturally designed to interact with humans.
From time to time, there have been reported instances of dogs attacking owners or other people. Although extreme cases are rare, it is still important that we are aware of the dangers and responsibilities of having dogs. The following is our list of the 10 most dangerous dog breeds in the world.
1. Caucasian Shepherd
Meet the topper of our list, also known as Caucasian Ovcharka. This dog can grow very large, a minimum of 50kg or 110 lb. For an adult male, the life span average is 10-12 years.
This breed originated from Russia and other European countries. Originally used as guard dog for protecting livestock in mountain regions, these dogs are even feared by some popular wild predators such as wolves.
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