What dog breed has most reported bites?
The dog breed most likely to bite was not the Pit Bull, Rottweiler, or German Shepherd, but â�¦wait for itâ�¦the Dachshund. And second was the Chihuahua, followed by the Jack Russell Terrier. Research involved 6000 dog owners. Course, if you want to know which dog produces the most fatalaties from their bites, the answer is overwhelmingly pit-bull,
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It may surprise you, but Cocker Spaniels are right near the top ofthe list... and have been for seven or eight years now. Most of thebites reported tend to be from large dogs, and that's simplybecause they do the most damage. However, I wouldn't be at allshocked to learn that the real "bite leaders"… are small dogs likeToy Poodles, Pomeranians, and Chihuahuas. People get bit by theselittle guys every day - but no one reports the bites because theyaren't serious. There's a big difference between the imprint inyour leg left by a Rottie vs. a Shih Tzu. Dalmatians can often get aggressive and snap, as well as Chow Chows German Shepherd dogs are at the top of the list, then wolf-hybrids.However, those are only of the reported cases. Bites from smalldogs are rarely reported & happen very often. 'Pit' Bull Terriers do not have a 'locking jaw' and in fact lost abite pressure test as compared to German Shepherds and Rotties.Course, if you want to know which dog produces the most fatalitiesfrom their bites, the answer is overwhelmingly pit-bull. (MORE)
The three most aggressive dog breeds (google this and you'll find my sources): . Dachshund . Chihuahua . Jack Russel Terrier The previous answer stating the most aggressive breeds are the 'pit bull' (which isn't an actual dog breed anyway and more of a "type"), German Shepherd, and Rotweil…er was misinformed. These are not dogs born aggressive. Any experienced dog trainer will tell you that any dog can be aggressive, but at the same time any dog can be a cuddly joy to own. Attacks by chihuahuas and other small dogs are probably the most common, but not reported because the bites seldom do much harm. The media give certain dog breeds bad press to sell more stories. For example, if someone reported on a young Labrador which attacked a child, it wouldn't be a great storyline. Attaching an image of a fluffy eared bright eyed Labrador doesn't give the same effect as an aggressive looking German Shepherd. (MORE)
The most dangerous dogs are those that are not properly cared for, trained, socialized, housed, and fed. Breed makes little difference. Another answer The most dangerous dog to other people that are not in its direct family is the Fila Brasileiro. They were and still are raised to love and a…dore the owners and family but to hate and attack everyone else. I would have to say the pitbull because they can do the most damage I know they are less aggressive then little dogs but if they bite you your pretty much screwed Another answer Simply put, there are many many breeds that have a powerful bite and many breeds bread to be guard dogs or attack dogs. But the basis of a dog's demeanor is not established by it's history but rather it's up-bringing. If a dog is raised undisciplined and untrained or even abused and not properly socialized with other dogs and people it will obviously be an aggressive and dangerous dog. But ANY breed can be properly trained and socialized to be loving and nurturing. Also to say the pit bull has the strongest bite is plain ignorant. A bite force is based on power of the jaws. LOGIC and COMMON SENSE will point out that the bigger the head, the stronger the jaw, the stronger the bite. But also to point out, each jaw structure was designed for a purpose. The German Shepard has a Scissor bite, meant to cut easily through meat. The Pit Bull's jaw was designed to act as a vice and hold on tightly to large bulls while the butcher would kill the cow for meat. Furthermore, there is no possible way to fully determine the strongest and most destructive bite simply because you can't tell a dog to bite as hard as it can. A dog will bite however it chooses to bite. So to answer this question, possibly the most dangerous dog would be the Striped Hyena. A Hyena is the most dangerous because it has the strongest bite recorded, a bite intended to break through the bones of an elephant. Also they are the most dangerous because they hunt in coordinated packs. Modern dogs living in society are aggressive due to poor upbringing. Hyenas are purely wild and only have wild upbringing where if they don't kill, they will be killed. Unlike wolves, the hyena will organize an attack from the perfect angle to drive their prey into a corner where they all will kill it. Wolves, though efficient, allow their prey an opening by spreading out. I am a wild-life researcher for the San Diego Wild Animal Park in Escondido, CA. If anyone wants to question my credibility, come pay me a visit and I'll show you exactly what I work with on a day-to-day basis. It is impossible to know the likelihood that any dog of a particular breed will attack, because it is not possible to know the number of dogs of a particular breed that there are. If you don't know the total population of a breed, you can not calculate the percentage of those dogs that have attacked. Existing dog bite statistics are highly misleading, because they do not take into account the popularity of a breed. If a breed is more popular, it will likely make up a larger percentage of total dog bites. But that does not say anything for that particular breed's likelihood to bite. (MORE)
The Dogue De Bordeaux has the largest head and the strongest skull and bite force in the whole K-9 world. The mastiff breeds have the most powerful bites out of any dogs, no matter which breed it is.
German Wirehaired Pointers . Well they may not be the "most" profitable breeding dogs, but I know that German Wirehaired Pointers are very valuable dogs. I own one myself and she was very pricey. I have seen the puppies for sale for over $2,000. . There isn't one. Speaking from the point of a p…rofessional breeder you will spend a great deal more money breeding any breed of dog than you will ever recover. The breeders that I know do it more because they love having the dogs around and it helps offset some of the cost of keeping them. I know people see these $2000.00 price tags and think that breeder is making a bundle but I can tell you from experience to make that $2000.00 they very likely spent $10,000.00 and only a very few breeders are dedicated enough to their breed to insure good healthy pups and the time it takes to get a reputation strong enough to command these prices. And finding customers that can pay that kind of money for a pup are not that easy to find either.. Saying Professional Breeders don't make money is something professional breeders say to discourage professional breeding, and that statement is ridiculous. Most pro breeders are in it for the money, and this love of the breed thing is a cover story that sounds good.. The show quality dog breeding situation has a Naziesque dedication to superficial qualities like coloration and physical qualities for example neck length in some dogs, that not only looks silly, but isn't the best trait for the dogs well being. They can have grooming standards which require so much work that the dogs must endure hours of torture for the beauty show. They are surely not looking out for the best interests of the dog for the dogs sake, and to hold up exploitation such as this and respect show breeders and the show circuit for "what they do for the breed" is hardly an intelligent stance for anyone who really cares about dogs well being.. Along with this twisted treatment of dogs for their own profit, most big "show quality" breeders go a long way to discourage others who would like to breed, including posting mountains of propaganda on the internet and in publications smearing all those who breed dogs that are not of "show quality", but those who have the cultivated show characteristics in their dogs take measures to protect their control and profits, like insisting that dogs they sell be neutered and none of their pups can be registered, or charging an extreme price for them.. It's true that there is a lot to it, and someone looking for easy money is very likely to be very disappointed and lose money. It's a long term proposition. Many dogs are expensive due to much expense required to bring healthy puppys into the world in such dogs are English Bull Dogs which usually have c section births and often some health problems to deal with. You can really lose your behind even if you know what you are doing, let alone if you don't. It's really best to work with a quality breeder before you just try to do it yourself without a base of knowledge that will probably make all the difference.. A good breeder concentrates on building characteristics of health and good temperament in dogs for the purposes intended. There is a place for show dogs, but things have gone a little nuts when so many consider that dogs prime roll in the world. There are working dogs for hunting, guarding, tracking anything from game to drug interdiction, racing which is probably the only thing worse than the show obsessors. There are dogs which are just good pets, and they should all be someone's pets, because that's what makes them the most happy in life aside from running around in packs killing other animals and people and eating them, as is the nature of all dogs ancestry, but which we probably don't want now.. There is no short answer to which dog is most profitable to raise. It all depends on demand in an area, and the expense in raising different kinds of dogs of a quality that will demand high prices with the people in those areas. Most of the inflated prices some pay is unfounded in real characteristics of the dogs they buy, and more grounded in status based on superficial criteria like show wins which are highly subjective and driven by personal preference and whims of judges, based on often silly criteria which won't serve the dog or a dog owner any practical purpose, and often even look really, well ... stupid and or ugly.. If you want to be a profitable dog breeder, like most other business, it requires knowledge of dogs and markets which requires a lot of learning and intensive research, a lot of work, and some money to invest in the dogs and proper facilities as well as operating expenses, which are usually much higher than planned. Dogs are noisy, messy, often destroy your property, other animals, sanity, tick off your neighbors, and enjoy being just a plain old pain in the back side in general ... and that's just the good part : ). I've bred and raised fish, rabbits, quail, chickens, reptiles, cats, sheep, cows, horses, even 4 kids as a single father and probably even some stuff I forgot, and only the kids have been a bigger pain than dogs, of course only kids have been more rewarding, but you have to love em to do it well (both kids and dogs). I can say this, there are much more sure and easier ways to make money than raising dogs. If you want a 24 hour job dealing with a number of challenges that can drive you crazy, that may or may not pay you, raising dogs for a living is for you. (MORE)
Any dog can be dangerous if it is not taken care of properly and is abused. One that is not socialized. the above answer is wildly imprecise. a badly taken care of Chiwawa is obviously nothing like as dangerous as a badly cared for pittbull. top ten lists of most dangerous dogs, who have bee…n bred specifically for fighting skills, strength, and in some cases proneness to rage typically include the American Pittbull, Italian and French Mastiff, Rottweiler, Presa Canaria, and Japanese Tosa. anyone who thinks that a dog's likelihood to pose a threat to people (mostly children) comes down entirely to the owner is a liability to public safety themselves. dogs are not to be held responsible, or course, since they can't defend themselves in court. - but if a dog is built like a brick ***house, and has jaws the size of a bear trap, and has been specifically bred to fight, how hard is it to figure out if it's a threat to people or not? And your answer is wildly inaccurate. No dogs are prone to rage. It is impossible to know the likelihood that any dog of a particular breed will attack, because it is not possible to know the number of dogs of a particular breed that there are. If you don't know the total population of a breed, you can not calculate the percentage of those dogs that have attacked. Existing dog bite statistics are highly misleading, because they do not take into account the popularity of a breed. If a breed is more popular, it will likely make up a larger percentage of total dog bites. But that does not say anything for that particular breed's likelihood to bite. ^ i see what your saying, but your actually pretty 'inaccurate aswell' , a chiwawa could be just as potentially dangerous as a pitbull - it really does depend on how its brought up. so yes, a pitbull is a fighting dog. but not every pitbull will have the same instincts ? it could be bred of a non fighting dog. It would seem a pitbull could do more damage , but a chiwawa still could be more of a potential danger, again, it depends on the up bringing. And i don't think any dog should be blamed for bites. okay, its the dogs jaws that are clamping shut but think about who has brought him up to do this? yeah, so people should expericence a pitbull before marking them off the list. All these are completely right! I have a rotti and he almost killed a couple people bit with me he is so sweet he is a calm dog now and i don't have to worry but you never now they could turn they're backs on you like nothing (MORE)
Defiantly the Golden Retriever. Next is the Labrador Retriever According to the Guinness World Records , the most popular dog breed in 2010 was the Labrador Retriever. It is also the most popular breed in America and Great Britain in the same year. The Labrador Retriever well the lab dog ,golden r…etiever, chihauhaua,corgi,cocker spainle,poodle,dachshund,german sheper,husky,dalmatian,hound,beagle, ANY DOG IS THE BEST!!! WE LOVE DOGS!!!!!!!!!! (L) (L) (L) The most popular dog in the world i think is the Golden Retrever or and Lab. The Labrador Retriever is the most popular breed in the United States. (Please see related question for the top 10 list.) According to the American Kennel Club, Labrador Retrievers are the top breed (2009). According to the American Kennel Club, Labrador Retrievers are the top breed (2009). lab . Puppy lab (MORE)
The only way to answer this question is if a unbiased person was able to get info from hospitals around the country about what types of dogs has been reported for the most attacks/bites. But the real question you should ask is what type of owner raises a dog that attack. Sadly, people blame th…e breed of dog for the attack but in every case it is not the dogs fault - but the fault of the OWNER or possibly the person being bitten. Usually, a dog will give you a warning before attacking & if you are unable to read what he is telling you then how can we blame them for that. As far as the owners blame they know when there is a problem with their dog there for they should take measures to prevent this happening. I say it is up to us to as a society to learn how to raise dogs better. If we are not willing to do this then we should not have them. (MORE)
the poodle! it is the smarted of all dogs. the next smartest dogs are border collies and German shepherds.
A pair of the rarest dogs in the world, Snow Lions, (aka: white Tibetan Mastiffs) are for sale for $1.2 million. They are the only breeding pair outside of China in the entire world. www.snowliontibetanmastiffs.com
My vote goes to the Bull Mastiff, breed to hunt poacher, silent and200 lbs of bulging muscle. Called night hounds. 2nd Answer: Voting has nothing to do with it. According to statistical records,pit bulls are responsible for close to 70% of all human deaths.Pits are deadly because they attack hard,… then hang on. Most otherdogs will run in for a bite, then run off. Rottweilers are far behind, but come in in second place. Both dogsare considered to be unpredictable. In my small town last year, apit attacked the 9 year old daughter of its family, and her head isnow badly scarred and deformed. This is one of many such facts inmy area, alone. I KNOW . . . these dogs are pussycats and very devoted and sweet.Don't you believe it for a second. The US Postal service does notbelieve it! Unbiased answer: There are 5 million pit bulls in America. Therewere 25 deaths caused by dogs that appeared to be pit bulls lastyear. Statistics don't back up your claim. And All dogs hate postalworkers. (MORE)
\n. Once trained, Collies are extremely obedient. Untrained, their willingness to please often translates as being 'a bit loopy' as they don't understand what you want and run-around in a mad way. . \n. Once trained, Collies are extremely obedient. Untrained, their willingness to please often tr…anslates as being 'a bit loopy' as they don't understand what you want and run-around in a mad way. . \n. Once trained, Collies are extremely obedient. Untrained, their willingness to please often translates as being 'a bit loopy' as they don't understand what you want and run-around in a mad way. . \n. Once trained, Collies are extremely obedient. Untrained, their willingness to please often translates as being 'a bit loopy' as they don't understand what you want and run-around in a mad way. (MORE)
1. Labrador Retriever 2. Golden Retriever 3. Yorkshire Terrier This info is from 2010, and this is based on number of registeredpurebreds with the American Kennel Club.
its not so much the breed but there training!! fighting dogs could get a bit dangerous and shepherds if protecting
\nnow that i dont know \n. \nrottweilers and other guard dogs are very vicious so washout!!
Probably the Komondor. They have long, beaded, protective fur. They were bred with this fur not just to protect them from the cold but mostly to protect the dog from wolf bites when it is fighting wolves. Also to protect against bear bites. Although they rarely encounter bears. They have the most… protective fur of any dog breed and the most. (MORE)
The most beautiful is a Sharpie lab mix Look up a sharpie lab mix at google
Pitbulls are very commonly known to harm humans if kept in a unclean, dirty area and has not been fed which also leads to anger... Also its the same with German Sheppards, but if kept in a clean area, fed daily, and loved you'll have no problem at all with pitbulls and German sheppards.
i think it is all how u bring the dog up!! if brought up well then a pup would b more affectionate to u when gets older than starting with an adult dog!! its all about how its brought up
THis is false. I know that an English Mastiff has a bite pressure of 550-600 lbs. per sq. inch so it is much stronger then a doberman bite. that is not true also a rotweilers teeth is like a lions theire theet are thin but the strongest canine bite goes to the doberman theire theet are like a tig…ers strong and not thin . tigers bite force : 1250 per square inch lions bite force :680 per square inch rotweiler : 300 per square inch doberman : 340 per square inch so that's my point human : 60 - 120 per square inch hyena : 1000 per square inch wolverine:180 per square inch crocodile : 1500-3500 per square inch gorilla : 580 per square inch that's all i know (MORE)
the bigger the dog the more puppies it can have. smaller dogs like jack russles have around four pups whereas bigger dogs ie. boxers can produce around eight.
Labrador Retriever- 125 pounds of force . Dutch Shepherd- 230 pounds of force . American Pit Bull Terrier- 235 pounds of force . German Shepherd- 238 pounds of force . American Bulldog- 300 pounds of force . Rottweiler- … 328 pounds of force . wolf hybrid- 400 pounds of force . English Mastiff- 500+ pounds of force (MORE)
There is really no such thing as the MOST athletic dog breed, but there are certainly some breeds that excel when it comes to speed, agility, and endurance. Many people would agree that the Border Collie is a superb athelete because of its ability to herd and compete in sporting events such as agili…ty (and they usually dominate). (MORE)
\nStaffordshire Bull Terriers tend to not bite as much as other breeds, but it all comes down to how the dog is bred, treated, fed and exercised and what kind of personality it has. Potentially, any dog can bite.
Pitbulls are (absolute mongrels) Hogwash! That is an answer borne out of pure uninformed prejudice In some localities, the pitbull is the breed involved in most dog bites, however, according to throughout the U.S., mixed breeds are involved in most bites, and that the two pure breeds most o…ften involved are: German Shepherd and Chow . Gee wonder why the most-owned dog in the U.S. would be the most-involved breed in dog bites. Also, children are involved in more dog bites than adults. Hmm, an unknown creature runs up and starts squealing and hitting me, I'm hitting back too! In fact, the Pit bull is one of the most loving and fanatically loyal breeds in existence. The history of the breed, and the continued use/abuse of the dogs for that purpose are what further their bad reputation.some good references on pit bulls. Also, to further the argument of mixed breed attacks, "mongrel" means a dog of mixed breed. Strike two! (MORE)
pit bulls, which is why most countries have banned people from owning them. The CDC concluded (FWIW): "As in recent years, Rottweilers were the most commonly reported breed involved in fatal attacks, followed by pit bull-type dogs... Together, these 2 breeds were involved in approximately… 60% of human deaths." - http://www.cdc.gov/HomeandRecreationalSafety/images/dogbreeds-a.pdf The report is based on data from 1997-98. There were 27 known fatalities in the sample area during that time. (MORE)
1.German police dogs 2.Chow 3.Poodle 4.Italian Bulldog 5 .Fox Terrier small dogs bite much more often than larger dogs but because the bite is much less severe it is hardly ever reported....
I think ( and this is me ) that the Border Collie or German Shepard would be the most liked breed of a dog. I myself have 2 beautiful Border Collies and i love them dearly. They and German Shepard are like the same. They may be a bit more harder to look after but they love you and will always give y…ou gifts such as a broken dog toy or a small dead animal. But still they are lovely company and i would recommend them to anyone that has a big backyard and a lot of toys. (MORE)
The Lab, and golden retriever, are the most recongnized, but pitbulls scored way higher on the behaviour test, if you are looking for a very loyal dog, the get a pitbull puppy.
Many dog bites can be very harmful but the Mastiff and the Pitt Bull take the top prize.
According to Wikipedia, the Labrador Retriever breed has the most number of registration in the United States. It became popular because of its intelligence, alertness, loyalty, and socialization characteristics with humans and other animals.
It is very difficult to get an accurate count in dog bite statistics because most of the time they are not reported and if they are reported it is often not known what the breed of dog is. However, the statistics that are available do not show pit bulls as most likely to bite. In fact, when tests we…re conducted by the American Temperament Testing Society (ATTS), Pit Bulls received a passing score better than some breeds who are considered nice dogs, such as Beagles and Golden Retrievers! Also, as stated above, there are several dog breeds commonly referred to as pit bulls. So, based on that alone, they are much more likely to be blamed for an attack than other breeds because the number of dogs called pit bulls is skewed far higher than the actual number of American Pit Bulls Terriers there really are (MORE)
There is not a breed of dog that is known for being a biting breed.Although there are several breeds that are know to be aggressivesuch as Dobermans, Pit Bulls, and Rottweiler's. This is at debatenot a proven fact. What is proven is a matter of statistics. Pitbulls (and pit bull mixes) have overwhel…mingly caused the mostfatalities in the last few years. (MORE)
There is no such thing as a vicious breed! ANY breed of Dog can become aggressive if it is not socialized and trained properly and responsibly. It may surprise you to learn that in actual fact the highest number of Dog bites come from Dachshunds (sausage dogs), with Chihuahuas being second. There ar…e no bad breeds, only bad owners. (MORE)
According to the official Dog Bite Claims website, the top 5 breeds for reported Dog bites are as follows (this may surprise you): 1) Dachshunds 2) Chihuahua 3) Jack Russell Terrier 4) Australian Cattle Dog 5) Cocker Spaniel
10. is an Dalmatian sweet but around small children a real killer in quite a number of misfortunes 9. Kerry blue terriers are not heard of well but they have a reputation for killing other pets dogs and disfiguring and killing ordinary strangers 8. doberman pinschers may seem sweet b…ut have been over bred damaging the species calm and gentle and playful nature 7. boxers have usually calm and docile temperaments but they have been know to attack unknown dogs at any moment. and has a tendency of stubbornness 6. afghan hounds are perfect dogs but the size is not good around younger children. they pull on the lead which has been known to end in disaster. and is not good with pet rodents 5. weirmaraners have an extremely bold temperment which is to much for smaller children if not aloud to run and hunt frequintly it will become frustrated and destructive 4. Chinese shar-peis are natural huntes and shall become bored,angry and destructive when not allowed to be free 3. bulldogs usaully have a very docile temperment and have restrained there fighting instinct over the years but when the moment comes they will regain there fighting instinct when pushed to the limits 2. presa canarios have always been a wild untamed dog and have a reputation of harming children 1. pit bulls have a natural instinct to hunt and kill are banned in a few countrys due to killings of people (MORE)
The akita dog is most loving. he will wait for you whenever you leave and will follow you around
Greyhounds are extremely energetic and they love to run. No dog is necessarily the most energetic in the world. Dogs each have different personalities and skills but the greyhound is a very energetic breed.
Wild, European hamsters are quite fearless, and will attack anything they perceive as a threat, be it a dog, or even a human. As for pet hamsters, Campbell's Dwarf hamsters are known as being the least friendliest towards humans. They can be tamed of course, despite this.
If the dog has not been spayed or neutered, then yes, it is possible to breed it. But it would be highly discouraged to breed any dog that has such a physical abnormality. The genetics that caused the underbite in your dog could easily be passed on to the resulting puppies.
Any breed of dog can have an underbite. Its like people and birth marks. Some are just born with them.
It depends on the owner and their training. If the dog isn't socialized as a puppy, it will bite more. However, if it is socialized very well as a puppy, you'll have a riendly dog.
At the moment it is the Labrador, but in a few years that may have changed :)
i would say the Australian Shepherd is very active i would know i have one she is always playing if she is is not she is begging to play she hurt herself playing a few moths ago oh i am a hobo named hanna the hobo hello i am hanna hobo you should know my sister cayla crazy she is a crazy hobo also
How can pit bulls be the most biting dog breed if German shepperds bites people the most it says it right at the bottom of this page?
Pit bulls tend to have a bad name especially when it comes to the media. I have never met a Pit that has bitten someone without some form of self defense or abuse involved. For the most part, they are very loyal dogs and will only lash out when they are neglected. My brother breeds Pit bulls and… has been for 17 years now. Not once has any of his dogs bit someone unless they felt forced. There are a few breeders out there that have pit mixes that they sell as pure breds. You can tell by their size and shape that they are not pits. Pits range from 50-80 pounds and are usually not aggressive whatsoever. When you mix a pit with any type of dog, especially another dog that has a tendency to attack, can make it ten times worse. Any pit with the proper training and the right amount of love (whether it's a mix or not) won't attack unless protecting it's owner. Every Pit is different but they all have the same amount of loyalty, love and trust for their owners. Once the trust is broken, so is the love and loyalty and that's what leads them to attack. Next time you hear about a Pit bull biting someone, think about what the owner is doing to it. I've heard a lot of stories about Pit bull attacks and when you talk to the neighbors, a lot of them will say that they've seen the dog being mistreated. My brother once told me that he had a friend that trained his Pit to fight by locking it in a closet for weeks. He said that the guy only let the dog out to go to the bathroom and put the food and water right in the closet with it. A Pit cannot be locked up like that. They can't even be chained up for too long unless it's a long chain where they can roam almost freely. They need to be walked or taken for a run for at least a half a mile to a mile every day. They need love and affection. That's how a lot of these Pit bulls became aggressive, they weren't being taken care of correctly. Nowadays, there's a lot of people who don't buy Pits for who they are but for what they are. People want to look tough and so they buy a pit. There's also a lot of us Pit owners who love the breed for who they are and try to let everyone know AND see that the breed is in fact a beautiful breed to have. REMEMBER, any dog that is mistreated will eventually lash out, the Pit Bull breed just won't put up with it for very long. read it through and take note on the end of it. Hope this answered your question :) (MORE)
Some dogs that are bred to be mean are. Otherwise it just depends how you train the dog.
No, not unless your dog has a disease like rabies. Normally, dogs bite each other when they play, and while it may seen violent, in most cases they're just wrestling (like teenage brothers in the living room with pillowfights). Unless they're drawing blood, there's nothing to worry about.
Dachshunds and Chiuahuas have been proven to be the most aggressive breeds, but small dog bites are rarely reported. Therefore, most bites is from pit bull-like dogs.
I would guess a pit bull is a breed that most people do not want because of what people have heard or read and because of media coverage. The media does not cover much bites and or attacks by other breeds. Any dog can attack, but no one will write about it because it is not a good story. The pit bul…l was originally bread to take down a bull. But now the wrong kind of people are owning them and are training them to fight other pit bulls. I have known many wonderful and loving pit bulls owned by loving people. Just remember that pit bulls are bread to fight other dogs not people. If a pit bull attacks a person it is most likely due to being raised badly, and or poor breeding. (MORE)
Labradors. BUT, It all depends on how you discipline your dog. No dog is ever born visicious like how no one is born a criminal.