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  • I'm not sure, but I think it's probably the Brazillian Fila (http://puppydogweb.com/dogs/filabrasileiro.htm) -- a guard dog -- this is not the kind of dog you try to pet while it's barking: I have seen these dogs in action. They have beautiful coats, weigh upto 180 pounds. They are safe around family members (like pitts) -- but if you're a stranger, I'll bet they can tear off a hand in one bite! I saw a few of them in a dog run one time, and the fencing was completely stretched out from them jumping on it when strangers walk by.
  • may be the Kuilas or the prairie dogs. They're really wild. but i never ventured to try how wild actually they are!
  • Pit bull.
  • This is the question I absolutely hate, as the American Staffordshire Terrier and the Staffordshire Bull Terrier is not the most feared breed, the most feared breed is the dog that is TAUGHT to be mean. The most feared breed is a dog that is ALLOWED to run loose. The Pit and other Bully Breeds gets a bad rap because of people teach them to fight. It is not the breed it is the person. These people are animal abusers and until we stop, looking at the dog and look at the people that do this the problem will continue. If the pit bull is banned there will be another dog to take it place, the Doberman Pinscher the Rottweiler, German Shepard, Boxer, Bulldog, Bullmastiff, Chow chow, great Dane, Chinese Shar-Pei any large or small dog can be taught to fight. It you do research on the internet, you will fine that the Labrador retriever, Springer Spaniel, Cocker Spaniel, Collie and other cute little dogs are just as likely to attack as any other dog. When a American Staffordshire terrier and the Staffordshire bull terrier Attacks it becomes a media frenzy. I have worked in the animal rescue field for more than half my life. I am in and out of shelters daily. I have handled more American Staffordshire Terrier and the Staffordshire Bull Terrier than you can imagine. I trust them more than I trust some of the other breed. I have been bitten more than once and nine times out of ten, it is some little yippy dog like Chihuahua or French Bulldog. Until we as intelligent human being start dealing with dog fighting industries and gambling that takes place because of these individuals the breeding of fighting dog will continue. We need to stop the problem where it starts. I have an American Staffordshire Terrier right now she is listed as my avatar. Her name is Miss Piggy. She was found wandering the streets of Newark NJ. She when found was emaciated, she had a prolapsed uterus, an enlarged heart and a heart murmur. They feel she was dumped on the street because she could no longer produce puppies and did not want to spend the money on her. Miss piggy has been with us for some time now. She comes on all of our adoption event. She spends her day with two cats and a free roaming bunny and any where from 2 too 50 guinea pigs in her home, she has been awarded her good citizen award. In addition, she is a role model for her breed. I have met hundreds of dog that have been euthanized because no one will adopt them because or their bad wrap. I would also like to point out, that my family and I where ATTACKED in our own yard by what you all would call friendly breeds, it was a Boxer and a Labrador on Memorial Day weekend that were ALLOWED TO RUN LOOSE. This happened in New Egypt NJ. Case in point no media showed up at my home, but had my Pit-bull wandered down to someone else’s yard and went after their family and dog you bet your SWEET FANNY I would have made the head line.
  • The three headed dog of hell. Lets face it, If you were faced with a bull terrier and a bloody three headed muderous dog of hell, who would you take your chances with?
  • Most feared dog? Doberman. If you watch any movie with security dogs on patrol it's always the doberman. The dogs from Resident Evil are also feared lol
  • the dog is a american pitt bull
  • what are the 10 most vicious dogs
  • A Rosie O'Donald...
  • the ones who are abused and neglected and taught to attack
  • I think there is no such thing as an essentially vicious dog brand. It is all about education or the lack of it. (Of course you will probably not be able to transform a Chiwahuahua into a killing machine, that would be easier with a Pit bull or a related brand). The most vicious dog, in my opinion, would be one that has the necessary biological capacities to be really mean (and that could be any Staffordshire Terrier, Brazilian Fila, or whatever "evil" brand there might be) and that is trained by an evil person to become an evil beast.
  • A dog is what the owners make it.
  • number 2, 4, & 5 you have got that totally correct. Dogs that are not socialized and trained when they are young (their most impressionable ages are between 4 months and 1 year) are the most dangerous. They could be ABSOLUTELY ANY AND I DO MEAN ANY breed of dog. Although there is not ONE single breed that is the most vicious, the most feared dogs are the ones that are the most vicious. As with ANY SPECIES there are BULLIES and these bullies scare most people and they know it and feed off of it, so also does the canine species. I have rottweilers and dobermans. The rotts weigh literally twice as much as the dobes and yet they are feared less. But when it comes right down to it NO dog can be trusted with strangers unless they have been properly trained and socialized. Sorry I know this doesn't exactly answer your question but rather look for the answer to what are the most feared dogs.
  • Well I wouldn't want to take this guy on! A Preso Canrio.
  • I believe you are mixing up bull terriers with pit bulls. A yorkie can be visious it depends on its breeding and its discipline by its owner. mr bill
  • bull terriers have a bad rep and its because of bad owners. im willing to bet that in genral that chows are more viscious than pit bulls.
  • I believe it has more to do with the owner, not the breed.
  • While there is no international tracking of dog bites, CDC statistics show that the best predictor of whether a dog will bite is whether it has been neutered. "It's not the breed that makes a dog dangerous, it's the attitudeof the owners," The "Rambo" of the dog world is currently the Rottweiler, a once-rare breed whose popularity has increased by 70 percent inthe last five years. Originally used to herd cattle and pull milkcarts in Germany, the dog almost went extinct in the early 1900s. Today, American Kennel Club (AKC) figures show it is the second most popular breed in the U.S. (The labrador retriever is the first.) Another guard dog, the German shepherd, is third in popularity, while the American Staffordshire terrier has doubledits numbers.
  • The most vicious dog ever would be the Cerberus as his duties required it.
  • Pitbulls are not vicious and they are not the most vicious in the world. They are what there owners make them as is the case with any dog. It's the owners who fail to be good pack leaders for their dogs.
  • Everyone keeps saying "it's not the breed, it's the people" - but that's not entirely the case with a dog like a pit bull.. These dogs were bread for their ferocity and fighting instincts against other dogs.. They selected only the toughest dogs that would fight til the death for the forefathers of the breed.. Now yes, if brought up nicely they can be pleasant and tame, just like any other dog - but the margin of error is much smaller compared to another dog.. You could maybe get rough with a cocker spaniel and it'd be no big deal - but with a pit bull you could turn on that fight instinct, and things could ugly really fast..
  • As mentioned accurately here by others....it is not so much the individual dog that is vicious, but that there are some dogs bred to serve particular functions that are best NOT OWNED by novice individuals. These breeds need an owner/trainer who is aware of the dog's breed TEMPERAMENT...and what the dog was created to DO... Often when we take ANY BREED OF DOG and put it in a position where the dog's NEEDS...emotional, physical, mental are not being met, the individual dog may develop behaviors that can become aggressive in nature. Lacking routine, order, training and socialization with humans or humans not part of the "family" and with other animals...any dog can become a potential danger. As I mentioned, the American Cocker Spaniel LED THE BITE LIST FOR ABOUT FIVE YEARS! Irresponsible breeding and training contributes more to making a Dog vicious than any other factor. Two breeds that are well known in the "industry" as being good potential biters are: http://www.akc.org/breeds/komondor/ http://www.rarebreed.com/breeds/cane_corso/canecorso.html The Komondor was bred to live out with the sheep...not so much with people. As puppies they must be introduced to EVERY LIVING CREATURE...human and animal that lives on "their" property, because they believe if it does not live there...it should be driven away from there...to protect the herd they live with. Owners will often either put the dog up, or insure that guests do not venture into where the dog is working, because while the dog may not attack the guest, they WILL NOT be comfortable having a strange person on the property and they MIGHT attack. Cane Corsos are also very, very territorial, and highly protective of THEIR PEOPLE. The few I've met were not bad dogs, and for the most part had been well trained and socialized...but I've also known ones that were highly over-reactive, and at least one, should not have been owned by the person who had her..there simply was a gross lacking of structure in that dog's life and she did have potentially bad opportunities to make decisions that could have resulted in harm.
  • I AM SO SICK OF YOU BRAINWASHED A**HOLES. Pitbulls ARE NOT VICIOUS animals! Just because people like to take them and beat them to a bloody pulp, feed them cocaine to MAKE them vicious to fight them with other dogs and win money, and of course the media has to blow this all out of proportion. Have you ever even read or seen what they do to these animals? Of course not! All you brainwashed fools are just followers, you cant have an open mind and will believe anything the TV tells you. Why dont you turn the TV off and stop being so god damned niave. Open your eyes people. Everytime I take my pitt out for walks its always the same sh*t with you dumbasses, people running away, grabbing their children, taking their dogs away from mine as if the dog is going to attack them. You know something, little dogs are the most vicious, but they are to small to do any significant damage. You know why they are the most vicious? Because they are small and people are stupid ignorant f*cks and refuse to train them because they are just so cute and because they are so little they think they wont hurt anyone so they just dont have to train them. Everytime I take my dog out its ALWAYS the little dogs starting with her barking and growling and trying to attack her, I wish my "vicious" pitbull would rip those little maggots apart. How Dare you even ask this question "Whats the most vicious dog in the world... APART FROM BULL TERRIERS?" Aparently you are a moron, and just like every other uneducated brainwashed idiot, stop watching TV, and have thoughts of your own instead of just listening to what everyone tells you. The dogs arent the problem ITS PEOPLE LIKE YOU gossip gossip gossip. DUMBASS
  • I wonder if there really is, I know BullMastiffs can be hard headed but think that it depends on how the dog is treated any dog tied to a tree and abused like fighting dogs are I think are susceptible. I've had Dalmation's in the past was told they were one group that bit the most. but also have read and watched shows that say any dog I don't believe that Rottweiler, Pit Bulls, or Mastiffs, Dalmations are any more vicious than any other or a dog conditioned to be mean by tying them to trees and cruelty.
  • Pit Bull
  • A trained Pit Bull. They are illegal in some countries as they are here in Puerto Rico. Once they bite and grab, they get stuck and they are hard to remove.
  • A scared or hurt dog. Breed doesn't matter.
  • The one that is encouraged to be vicious by the owner through cruelty or training! Dogs by nature are not vicious.
  • the one that is mad at you wan wanting to tear you apart.
  • Pits are suppose to be... I don't agree... I've never owned one but worked with several...they were sweethearts.....:)
  • its the knuckle dragging backward thinking neanderthal wankers who train dogs to be vicious ... not the dogs , any dog can be made to be vicious if they are maltreated... I have seen pittbulls who are sooks and loving dogs yet at the same time I have seen silky terriers who will rip you to pieces .. so it all depends on the owners
  • Like people, all dogs, I believe, are NOT born with an attitude! Either they've been trained that way (like police dogs) or people have abused them enough that they "bite" before they're bitten! Dogs are the only animal that I know that give unconditional love. All they want to do is LOVE you; not harm you! Love a dog. . . . . .and THEY'LL love you and. . . . protect you! And that, I believe, is the TRUTH!
  • A pissed off one.
  • any dog can be vicious... I had a miniature poodle who would beat up larger dogs and would bite at us... we had to get rid of him.
  • Pit Bulls are absolutely not the most vicious dogs! Neither is the bull terrier, the staffordshire terrier, or the staffordshire bull terrier! I have one of my own! He is a sweet, loving, friendly dog who loves kids and is scared of anything he is unfamiliar with. Chow Chows tend to be aggressive. Dalmations are unpredictable as well. Everyone knows chihuahuas are nasty little things too! Canary dogs were actually bred specifically to fight! While pit bulls were bred to bait bulls. Hence the word "bull"! Duh! Some also were to hunt rats, and only some were bred to fight. Shar Peis are another breed surprisingly bred for fighting! Every body needs to get their facts straight!

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