What are the least aggressive dogs?
It all depends on how you raise it. If you raise it to bite and be mean then it will be aggressive. If you treat it well and teach it to not bite it won't be aggressive. I'd say most bigger breeds tend to be more aggressive than littler breeds because they have more power. I'm not sure but I think you should get a medium breed and try to treat it very good but don't spoil it because after you spoil it, it won't want to be un-spoiled. Hope I could help.
Yes, although the term "Alpha" is outdated and for the most part, erroneous. No pet dog is an "alpha" dog, especially one that is aggressive. Aggression usually stems from fear, protective, from frustration and even misdirected. Dogs who do not get along with other dogs well or are dog-aggressive can be trained to at least tolerate other dogs for the most part, although there are exceptions. A lot of dog-aggressive dogs are that way due…
Although they may have a reputation as being aggressive, they are in fact very gentle and loving dogs, as long as they are properly cared and loved for. If they are trained to be aggressive they will be aggressive, but that is not the fault of the breed, but the human behind the dog. Staffies are actually dogs who love people and especially children.
Usually, yes, guinea pigs are dogs pray. Bigger dogs are also more likely to be more aggressive towards smaller mammals, including guinea pigs. Retrievers are more likely to be more careful with the cavy (guinea pig), due to their breed, while more aggressive dogs such as rottweilers, and pit bulls will be more..... aggressive.
The most aggressive dogs are Rottweilers, Pit Bulls, and German Sheppard's All three of these dogs made the list of the top 10 dogs that bite people. Looking at each of these dogs its understandable why each is so aggressive. The Rottweiler was bred to be a very aggressive/possessive guard-dog. The Pit Bull was bred to attack and kill the other dog in the sport of dog fighting. And, lastly the German Sheppard was taken…
Yes and no. Dogs are only aggressive if they are trained to be guard dogs or fighting dogs, or have no social skills towards other humans, dogs or animals. A dog can also act aggressive out of intense fear, nervousness, or if it believes that it is the dominant animal in the human-dog relationship and feels it has to protect its master against other humans or animals, regardless whether they're strangers or not. Dogs can…
The term 'aggressive' varies. Aggressive towards what. Aggression Towards Animals: All terriers, some working dogs, and some herding dogs. Aggression towards People: Depends. Chow-Chows can be very aggressive, but the same with poorly bred GSD, Dobermans, Rottweilers, Jack Russel, Mastiffs, Akita, Chihuahuas, etc. Its poor genetics and poor upbringing that create an an aggressive dog.
Yes, some can be extremely aggressive if not trained properly by their owners they can be a killing machine. Male dogs in certain breeds are apt to be more aggressive. There is also pit bull fighting, even though illegal in most countries, and some other breeds are used to 'fight for the almighty buck.' Any dog can become aggressive, it does not matter what the breed is.
Because that's the natural order of things: rabbits are prey and dogs are predators. Not all dogs are aggressive to rabbits, though. Pet rabbits and dogs have been known to get along very well (although they should never be left alone together, no matter how well they behave: too many rabbits have been lost that way). Some dog breeds tend to be more aggressive towards rabbits than others.