Dogs are our best friends, but many breeds have the tendency to be a potential killer. When someone decides to tame a dog, they must know the natural instincts of the breed. If taming a dangerous dog is your choice, then you must train and socialize the dog. If you can’t, then don’t even think of getting one at your home. These canine species have all the qualities that a killer dog needs: a powerful jaw, physical strength, agility, over-protective nature, bravery, firm attitude, and last but not the least natural killing instincts. The names of such canines given below with brief information about them:
Pitbull: Pitbulls are regarded as the perfect fighting canines. They don’t give in unless they finish all. The combination of a strong bite and sturdy jaw make them the most deadly dogs in the world. They need proper training and socialization since puppyhood; if not given then it’s foolish to tame this breed.
Rottweiler: The Rottweiler is notorious for its ill temperament; this makes it one of the worst canines for a family that keeps a dog for the first time. The training and socialization must be provided to this canine at an early stage of its life (puppyhood). The dog tends to bite brutally.
German Shepherd: The German Shepherd is one of the most popular dogs for its immense loyalty, and one of the most infamous dogs for its overprotective nature. This breed is very agile and brave enough to face any danger. It can kill someone if the person seems a threat to the dog. The appropriate training, proper socialization, and deep affection can bring about a positive change in its nature and can make it a perfect family dog.
Doberman Pinschers: Doberman Pinschers are well known for their intelligence, strength, and sensitivity to sound. They tend to feel the threat and then become deadly. They are worst for strangers, and their frightening size and look make them much more threatening. Those who want to keep this breed as a pet must train the dog to follow their instructions and order to avoid any serious damage.
Bullmastiff: The Bullmastiff is notorious for its aggression. This dog must be trained properly to keep serious damage issues away. The size of this dog is large which makes it more dominant upon the victim.
Siberian Husky: Siberian Huskies were bred to be a working dog. It makes them somewhat distant. Training and socialization mustn’t be ignored in their upbringing. If not trained and socialized, they can become aggressive and cause severe harm to someone.
Alaskan Malamute: Alaskan Malamutes are gifted with an abundant amount of energy; if this energy is not used properly then they can become aggressive. Being a slow learner of this dog breed takes a lot of the trainer, so have great patience while training them.
Wolf Hybrid: These canines are a result of the breeding between grey wolves and dogs. It makes the breed’s nature beyond our prediction to a large extent. Their nature is wild which has resulted in the ban on keeping a Wolf Hybrid as a house dog.
Boxer: The Boxer is called a hunting dog. Its jaw is sturdy, and the bite is powerful: which make it very dangerous. Its attacks can be fatal; therefore, the breed is not a good choice for an amateur owner. It’s compulsory to train and get it used to society. If you adopt a harsh behavior while training the dog; then the dog can become aggressive or irritable.
Great Dane: If you give proper training and your love and time to a Great Dane, then it can become a gentle dog due to being emotional. The canine species are large in size with a bulky weight which makes them a more powerful attacker. It is important to train the dog at an early stage of life (since puppyhood) to make it an ideal pet.