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Be Extra Cautious When Taking These Highly Aggressive Dog Breeds At Home!

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They are cute, cuddly and munchkins, but they are dogs and have aggressive temperaments!

Dog’s are one of the most adorable pet one can own; however, their aggressive behaviors are what makes them dangerous. Well, being violent or aggressive is dangerous, be it’s in human or in your pets. And when the aggression is in a dog, it can be dreadful too.

Aggressive pooches are hard to handle; at times they can be offensive and can even harm anyone who frightens them. While the exact behavior of the dog’s aggressiveness is unknown, one of the most common is fear and possessiveness toward the owner.

If you are planning to have a cuddly monster in your life or family, be extra careful with these breeds. When in the mood, these breeds are extra sweet, but can also become violent if things go the wrong way:

Huskies:

Aggressive Dog Breeds At Home

Don’t get trapped with their petite body and cute face; they are as dangerous as a wild wolf. They are quite aggressive and are highly stubborn. Also, they are critical thinkers, dominant and stubborn. Huskies only need love, so don’t scream or yell at them if you want them to be sweet with you. Further, the love ruling and being bossy so do not dominate them. However, don’t just fell for their beauty, they can bite, so keep up with dog bite laws before having them.

German shepherd:

Aggressive Dog Breeds At Home

Since the German shepherd builds a close bond with the family, they are overprotective when it comes to safeguarding the family and their owners. Also, they are focused, intelligent, reliable and are quite obedient. Their fearless nature and obedient temper make them best domestic dogs.  If you want this breed to be good with you, simply scold them, but don’t yell at them!

Pitbull Terrier:

They are touted as fighters! They have the huge stamina and are quite famous for being vicious fighters. However, some pit bulls are sweet, but they can also kill anybody when it comes to their aggression and anger. Also, animal aggression is quite common in this breed and can harm other dogs and cats. If you have this breed, make sure to socialize them as they easily become anxious when left alone. With a little training, they can become an excellent breed for your home.

Rottweiler:

Although their physical appearance (short hair, rust markings, and dense coat) make them look like German shepherds, they are nowhere around to that breed. They are aggressive, loyal and protective; also they are good-natured and quite obedient. These dogs usually stay in groups and are not much social. So, if you have a Rottweiler at home, keep your guests away from them.

Wolf Hybrid:

If you are looking for a domestic and homely dog, they should not be on your list. Although they are highly social and intelligent, their behavior is quite unpredictable, the reason they are not considered as a domestic pet.  They have sharp teeth, jaws, and muscles, making them look more like wolfs. Also, they have strong predatory instinct, making them dangerous for people coming to homes.

Planning to have a pooch from above breeds, keep in mind that these breeds need intense training. Also, look for a reputable breeder to have a dog as the upbringing of dogs also plays a huge role in their temperament.

Written by Puja Sharma

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