The fiercest types of dogs

The fiercest types of dogs 


  • 1 most ferocious dog breed
    • 1.1 Petiol
    • 1.2 Root file cabinet
    • 1.3 german shepherd
    • 1.4 Siberian Husky

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The most ferocious types of dogs

Many of us are interested in breeding dogs because they are distinguished by their intelligence and loyalty to their breeders, which is why many people want to have dogs because they are "man's best friends". Having a dog can be a positive idea for many, as it can become a friend to all members of the family, while all dogs can be dangerous and some more dangerous than others.

But there are some dog breeds that are characterized by strength, violence and aggressiveness, and according to the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Center for Disease Control of the United States, the 10 most dangerous and ferocious dog breeds in the world have been included. . . To avoid its risks and know the most dangerous:


It is a Pit Bull, originally from the United States of America. Its length is (18-22) inches and it weighs approximately (30-55) pounds. It is the fiercest species and a hybrid dog of different breeds of dogs.

-Pitbull is distinguished by his strength, and his ferocity, so his only task was to fight alone, he does not leave the competitor alive and kills him, closing his mouth on his prey until he dies

- Airlines have imposed restrictions on pit bulls' air travel, and insurance companies have also raised insurance rates due to their repeated assault.

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It is a Rottweiler, originally from Germany, and its length is (23-27) inches and it weighs approximately 85-110 pounds. It is a dog that has a large mouth that contains strong jaws and full teeth.

The Rottweiler is characterized by the size of its large body, and by possessing these characteristics, the Rottweiler participated in the world wars that took place, which is why it was used for the transport of first aid, guard, search and rescue.

The Rottweiler is distinguished by his aggressiveness, but he loves children, obeys them and is eager to work.

Rottweiler is distinguished by its ability to swim with skill.

The Rottweiler's only weak point is its tail during combat, which is why its owners often cut off its tail when it is young.

German shepherd

The German Shepherd is native to Germany and is between 22 and 26 inches long and weighs approximately (70-85) pounds. He is also called a German Shepherd as he is the most popular animal in the world.

The German Shepherd is a medium-sized dog with a strong jaw and round eyes, and is known for its upright posture, and it doesn't like strangers at all.

The German Shepherd is used in wars and is used by police to track criminals, detect prohibited substances such as drugs, and warn soldiers of the presence of enemies.

The German Shepherd is characterized by (intelligence, speed, strength and easy human obedience training).

The average life expectancy of a German Shepherd is approximately 7 to 10 years.

Siberian Husky

The Siberian husky (Husky) is of Siberian origin and is 20-24 inches long and weighs approximately (35-55) pounds. It lives in cold and polar regions and loves to live with other members of the same race.

In the past, the Siberian husky was used to transport goods on a sled in cold and polar regions.

The Siberian Husky is distinguished by his intelligence, activity, stubbornness and control.

The Siberian husky rarely barks. It looks more like a wolf than a dog.

- Died in 2000 in the United States, 15 deaths from bites