We will explore the top 10 most dangerous dogs in the world

Chow Chow

Chows are powerful, compactly built dogs standing as high as 20 inches at the shoulder. Dignified, serious-minded and aloof, the Chow Chow is a uniquely fun breed.


Dogo Agrentino

The Dogo Argentino is an Argentine breed of large dog of the mastiff type. Primarily these dogs are used for dog-fighting, but also for hunting large game like wild boars and pumas.


Great Dane

The easygoing Great Dane, the magnificent "Apollo of the Dogs," is a joy to live with, but owning a dog of such astounding size, weight, and strength requires dedication.


Tosa Inu

Tosa Inu - The Tosa Inu is a breed of dog of Japanese origin. It was originally bred as a fighting dog in Tosa, Shikoku. Ownership is banned in some countries as a dangerous breed.


Doberman Pinscher

The name "pincer" comes from a German word that refers to their habit of attacking and biting prey. These animals are used as guard dogs.


Cane Corso

The Cane Corso is an Italian breed of mastiff. It is usually kept as a guard dog. In the past it was used for hunting big game and also for herding cattle.


German Shepherd

German shepherds are working dogs. It has been used in military and police forces in recent decades. These are strong, intelligent, and dangerous dogs that can make fatal attacks on people.



The Kangal Shepherd Dog is a large herding dog breed from Turkey. The caste gets its name from Kangal, a town and district in Siwas province. The color of the coat varies from pale fawn to wolf gray.



The Rottweiler was often considered the most dangerous dog breed in the world. These dogs can grow up to 25 inches tall and weigh 120 pounds or more.



While most people who study dangerous dog breeds are not shocked, the pit bull is the most dangerous dog. According to the study, pit bulls were responsible for 284 deaths over a 13-year span.