Dogs have long been known as man’s (and woman’s) best friend. Canines are loyal and lovable, and they often provide comfort, protection and other services to their human counterparts. However, they can also be dangerous.
Depending on the animal’s upbringing, temperament and circumstances, any dog can be a threat. Even small dogs might bite someone. In fact, chihuahuas sink their teeth into vets more often than any other type of pooch.
But certain breeds can cause greater harm simply because of their size or the force of their jaws. Based on the damage they can do, these are some of the world’s most perilous pooches, in no particular order.
Siberian Husky-These lively and striking dogs are loaded with energy and ready for playtime. Although they are friendly, outgoing and eager to please, they can also be stubborn and require a great deal of training and attention. Studies show Huskies are among the most dangerous dogs, particularly when there is a lack of structure or training.
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