What is the most aggressive breed of dog?
I've always wondered which breed is the most aggressive.
In my own experience, Cane Corso...never, ever have one of these critters unless you really know what you're doing and have lots of time to train and socialize them.
Throughout my life, I've owned many different breeds of dogs. From Chihuahas, to Jack Russel Terriers, to American Pit Bull Terriers, and many more! (I own an 8 year old Pit Bull who is the sweetest most gentle animal you could meet.) I believe (as I'm sure many others do) that it has nothing to do with the dog or the breed. It is simply how the dog is raised. Any breed of dog can be absolutely sweet, and any breed of dog can be aggressive. it's all about the individual dog, not the breed.
Any breed of dog can be the 'most' aggressive - but there are some that are labeled as most aggressive - among them pit bulls, my favorite breed malamute, and huskies, northern breeds in general. However, I have to add the qualifier here that it is all about how these dogs are raised and what people do to train them that makes the total difference. If you look up which dogs are not good with families or social situations, you will find the breeds above and then some. However, if you train ANY dog the correct way and socialize them, I am of the firm belief that they do not need to display that aggression. You also must of course not put them in situations that CAUSE aggression.
It depends on the kind of aggression you are talking about. If you are talking about the kind that people are genuinely embarrassed to report because they feel like wimps when someone's shitsu bights them or you are talking about the kind of aggression that people are freaked out about because certain breeds look cool on T-shirts and are used and abused within an inch of their sanity to make them as tough and mean as the self image of their master calls for?
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Do you believe agression is the fault of the breed of dog or the owners of the dog?
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