Dogs are loyal, friendly and well, a man’s best friend. But many of these loving creatures devote themselves to protecting us from what they perceive as dangerous.
As a result, they may act hostile towards strangers and in some cases, attack. Not all dogs on this list are truly “dangerous dogs” all the time with no exceptions. It’s just that some breeds do have a higher tendency of exhibiting aggressive behavior.
We did not put together this list to deter you from owning one of these dogs. Rather, it is to help educate dog owners and people about the potential dangers of interacting with some dogs.
1. Bull Terrier
It’s quite easy to recognize a Bull Terrier, not only because of their peculiar sized bodies but also because of their almost oval egg-shaped heads and slanted eyes.
Bull Terriers are incredibly strong with the highest amount of lean muscle tissues in any dog breed in terms of their weight ratio. They are the top in “pound-for-pound lean muscle tissue”. Luckily, Bull Terriers aren’t too aggressive – but they aren’t a fan of smaller animals. Anything smaller than them they might consider being their prey. Not good.