The Most Dangerous Dog Breeds You Shouldn’t Handle on Your Own

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Dogs are known all around the world as Man’s best friend. It could be true, but it all depends on how you handle them in the first place. Dogs are unique; each species has traits others don’t acquire. Like the Golden Retrievers, these dogs are known as large, loyal, and golden-furred companions that can help around the house. However, like the Rottweilers, for example, can be trained- but are known to be vicious and cruel if not appropriately trained at a young age. So, suppose you plan to take a cute, ugly, handsome, beautiful dog back to your home. In that case, you should educate yourself which dog is right for you and your family beforehand.

1. Doberman

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The Doberman is a loyal but also ferocious dog that is most likely to be chosen in the K-9 Force. Although they are very intelligent, alert, and reliable. Don’t neglect their fearlessness and curiousness towards others than their owners. The Doberman is very aggressive towards strangers. Due to their skinny bodies, the Doberman can chase without hesitation and lose a drop of sweat.