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Yes, there are many lists of the worlds top 50 aggressive dogs. However, they are not reliable, as each writer has their own sources and opinions.
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Boxer dogs are defiantly not on the aggressive dog list! They are such lovely dogs, i have one myself and they are wonderful with children. When they are playing with other do…gs, it may look like they are really hurting them because of the noise they are making, but they will never actually hurt the other dog. Even when they play fight with people they know that they cant be to aggressive other wise they will hurt someone. They are defiantly the BEST dog! My heeler was attacked unprovoked today at the dog park by a Boxer - and when fights break out, it always seems to be a boxer. This was not play fighting... The owner of the boxer took his dog and moved to the other dog area where it started picking fights with other dogs. Seems like they are the worst dog to bring to a dog park. They should be on the aggressive dog list. Boxer's need to be socialized from a early age, aggression can occur with any type of breed, but socialization is key. To say that a Boxer is the worst breed, which you are entitled to do so is just absolutely not true. Boxer's are great loving, kind and hilarious. Boxer's are not for all people, and can be extremely energetic at times so they need to be exercised every day.
Sorry, no such list exists. Most experts in dog behavior and psychology agree that specific dog breeds aren't naturally aggressive - individual animals are made aggressive by …bad breeding, socialization and handling. http://www.helium.com/TM/766475/dangerous-breeds-breeds-produced That is only partially true because different breeds have different personalities for example the terrier family allthough master dominated is agresive and instinctivly chase smaller animals because that what they was bread for. im not saying that there is primary aggressive breed but incertain situations different breeds will react in different ways regardless of there breed. most dog that have the bad reputations i.e pit bull, staffishire bull terrier etc have the most potential to be dangerouse but are the easyer trained dogs were as at the moment sausage dogs hold the records for most bites, poodles and dalmations also snap alot. I would say that the Yorkshire terrior is another one of the most likely breeds to be agresive (little man syndrome lol). Btw its not true that dogs aren,t natyrally aggressive that's wishfull thinking they share 99.9% of their DNA with wolves they also share the same instincts and behaviour. So they arent made agressiv but if their behaviour/instincts arent corected there primative side may show.
Please see the related links for more information on this very misunderstood breed of canines. They are normally aggressive only when trained to be aggressive. No more than an…y other breed, dog behavior is a direct result of the owner and their training. Unfortunately some bad owners have trained them to attack and earned the breed a poor reputation.
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A dog is only aggressive if you train it to be aggressive The person is asking if they are on an aggressive list, not if they are aggressive. I have never seen them on any of …the aggressive lists in my area, but check with your land lord, insurance company, or local humane society to be sure, as aggression lists tend to be at a business's own discretion.
Loving toward people from just a few weeks of age, a proper Stafford is never shy or snarly. He is energetic and enthusiastic in everything he does and remains on alert,… even in repose. This breed's temperament is described as tough, courageous, tenacious (read: stubborn), and curious. A people-loving personality makes him a good caretaker of his family, but he's less likely to be protective of property. Because he's so attentive and interested in people, however, he'll always alert you to the presence of visitors, wanted or unwanted. http://dogtime.com/dog-breeds/staffordshire-bull-terrier/personality
Yes, the German Shepherd is on the aggressive dog list.
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No, Australian Shepherds are not usually aggressive dogs. They were bred for herding and may sometimes nip at people's heals, but again, they're not usually aggressive.
A dog should be named something that fits the dog's personality even if it is not on the top 50 names for dogs list. The following is a list of the top names for boy and g…irl dogs. Max, Bailey, Lucy, Bella, Buddy, Daisy, Sophia, Jack, Jake, Chloe, Toby, Cody, Lola, Sadie, Bailey, Buster, Zoe, Bear, Tucker, Murphy, Sasha, Lily, Lady, Oscar, Teddy, Winston, Missy, Mia, Annie, Milo, Ruby, Gizmo, Baxter, Lucky, Bandit, Luke, Henry, Honey, Roxie, Pepper, Luna, Honey, Dixie, Maximus, Romeo, Samson, Rudy, and Hunter.
Some of the smartest dogs include Labradors, German shepherds, golden retrievers, terriers, and boxers. Others include poodles, Rottweiler's, collies, and pugs.
10. Dalmatian Dalmatians are very protective dogs and can be aggressive towards humans. They are very active and need lots of exercise. They have very sensitive natures and a…n excellent memory. This bred is famed for their intelligence, indepedence, and survival instincts. Weight: 40-70 lbs. Origin: Yugoslavia 9. Boxer Unlike their name suggest, these dogs are not typically aggressive by nature. They are bright, energetic and playful breed. Boxers have been known to be "headstrong", which makes it a bit difficult to train them but with positive reinforcement techniques, Boxers often respond much better. Weight: 50-70 lbs. Origin: Germany 8. Presa Canario Originally bred to guard and fight with cattle, an attack by this dog has been described as hopeless for the victim. They are a guardian breed with man-stopping ability, incredible power and a complete lack of fear. Weight: 80-115 lbs. Origin: Canary Islands 7. Chow Chow These dogs can be aggressive if poorly bred. The Chow Chow may appear to be independent and aloof for much of the day but needs constant reinforcement. Weight: 50-70 lbs. Origin: China 6. Doberman Pinschers Dobermans are great guard dogs for their alertness, intelligence and loyalty. They can be aggressive dogs when provoked. The typical pet Doberman attacks only if it believes that it, its property, or its family are in danger. Weight: 65-90 lbs. Origin: Germany 5. Alaskan Malamutes These dogs are very energetic and active. If they are bored, they can become destructive. That's why this dog needs lots of exercise to be happy. Weight: 75-100 lbs. Origin: Nordic 4. Huskies Very energetic and intelligent dogs. Not considered a good guard dog because of its personality characteristics and gentle temperament. A 2000 study of dog bites resulting in human fatalities in the U.S. found fifteen such fatalities (6% of the total) were caused by "husky-type" dogs between 1979 and 1997. Weight: 44-66 lbs. Origin: Alaska 3. German Shepherds These dogs are intelligent and very alert. They are highly used by local authorities such as the police K-9 unit. German shepherds are known to be fearless and confident dogs. Weight: 70-100 lbs. Origin: Germany 2. Rottweilers Rottweilers are known to be very aggressive dogs because of their keen territorial instincts. That's why they make great guard dogs. Weight: 100-130 lbs. Origin: Germany 1. Pit Bulls A pit bull is a fearless dog that will take on any opponent. They will lock their jaws onto the prey until it's dead. Pit bulls have a reputation of mauling people to death and they are highly sought for dog fighting. Weight: 55-65 lbs. Origin: United States
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If rasied with love and attention they are not aggresstive at any time.Make sure they are not under fed and have fresh water and he/she should be fine.
1.) Border Collie 2.) Poodles 3.) German Shepherds 4.) Golden Retriever 5.) Doberman Pinscher 6.) Shetland Sheepdog 7.) Labrador Retriever 8.) Papillon 9.) Rot…tweillar 10.) Australlian Cattle Dog
According to the Dog Breed Info Centre, the Top 50 Most Popular Breeds of Dog are: Airedale Terrier Akita (American) Alaskan Malamute American Cocker Spaniel Australian Sheph…erd Basset Hound Beagle Bichon Frise Boston Terrier Boxer Brittany Spaniel Bulldog Cairn Terrier Chesapeake Bay Retriever Chihuahua Chinese Shar-Pei Chow Chow Collie Dachshund Dalmatian Doberman Pinscher English Springer Spaniel German Shepherd Dog German Shorthaired Pointer Golden Retriever Great Dane Great Pyrenees Labrador Retriever Lhasa Apso Maltese Mastiff Miniature Pinscher Miniature Schnauzer Newfoundland Pekingese Pembroke Welsh Corgi Pomeranian Poodle Pug Rottweiler Saint Bernard Samoyed Schipperke Scottish Terrier (Scottie) Shetland Sheepdog (Sheltie) Shih-Tzu Siberian Husky Weimaraner West Highland White Terrier Yorkshire Terrier
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Any dog may be taught and trained to be aggressive. Those chosen to do so are usually larger breeds. German shepherds, Rottweilers, Doberman s, etc.