Top 10 Banned Dog Breeds

June 26, 2013 4:28 pm - Posted by Susan in Dog Breeds

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In many countries around the world there are some special laws that restrict the population of certain dog breeds. Those dogs are considered to be potentially dangerous. That’s why a lot of governments are trying to reduce their number. According to me, restrictions of that kind are shame for the whole country they are coming from. However, I’m glad to share with you the Top 10 Banned Dog Breeds in the world:

1. Fila Brasiliero

These dogs are intelligent and powerful, but disturbingly aggressive. They are capable of killing a grown man. The breed is banned in Cyprus, Norway, UK, Israel and Malta.

2. Alaskan Malamutes

Malamutes are one of the most beautiful dogs on Earth. They are so cute, especially as little pups. However, it’s in their nature to hunt down whatever endangers them. Raising a puppy from that breed is a hard task. Alaskan malamutes are hyperactive and they need a special training. If trained well, they can become your best friend, though.

3. Doberman

They are unusually aggressive to strangers. If a watchdog is what you need, this is the right choice! Their size and physical characteristics make that breed potentially dangerous.

4. Neapolitan Mastiff

The government of Singapore has banned the possession of dogs from that breed. When fully grown, they become enormous and may harm you or your children.

5. The Perro de Presa Canario (Presa Canario)

These dogs are prohibited in New Zealand and Australia. Their aggressive temper may be the reason for unpredictable attacks. Strangers and other dogs in their territory can be seriously damaged, if attacked by a Presa Canario dog.

6. Pit Bull

UK has banned breeding of Pit Bull terriers. Studies show that representatives of this breed are responsible for about 40% of all recorded dog attacks in the world. Children were the victim 65% of the time…

7. Tosa Ken

Tosa dogs are enormous. Their body is athletic and powerful. That’s one of the reasons for many countries in the world to ban them.

8. American Bulldog

Extremely dangerous dogs, if provoked. Recently, Bulldogs have been responsible for many children attacks in UK, according to the dog walkers in South Lambet.

9. Rottweiler

Rottwelier, also known as Rottweiler butchers, were used to pull carts laden with meat in Germany. They will protect their owner, no matter what happens. Probably this is the main reason for most of the attacks from that breed. They are forbidden in Romania, Poland, Portugal, Ireland and other countries in the world.

10. Bloodhound

Originally, Bloodhounds were bred for hunting deer and other big animals. They are known to be calm and friendly, but if provoked, dogs from that breed can be dangerous.

Every dog can harm you, if you don’t train it well enough. You need to protect yourself and your family by making all necessary efforts!

Miriam Nikol

Miriam Nikol is an ambitious and young writer exploring different interesting topics and going deeper in the problems. This one is based on resources presented from experienced dog walkers from South Lambeth. Be careful when choosing your pet and read twice the tips and information given.

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