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World’s Top 10 MOST DANGEROUS Dog Breeds

August 30, 2019


[Music fades in] Narrator: Elite Facts presents Narrator: World’s ten most dangerous dog breeds. Narrator: Number ten, Great Dane. Narrator: At 200 pounds and a height as much as 7 feet standing on it’s hind legs The great Dane can cause grave injury if it turns aggressive. Narrator: Number nine, Rottweiler. Narrator: Bulky muscles, and a big square jaw combined to give the Rottweiler one of the most forceful bites in the dog world The breed is not more likely to bite than any other but, because of it’s incredible strength, when it does bite it can cause massive damage. Narrator: Number eight, Pit Bull. Narrator: No dog gets more bad press than the Pit Bull, which really isn’t a breed at all, but rather a style of dog that encompasses several breeds Pit Bull type dogs are terriers which are known as tenacious and stubborn. Narrator: Unscrupulous owners and breeders do train and use the dogs in pit fighting, taking advantage of the dog’s natural traits, and their unrivaled strength. Narrator: Number seven, Husky. Narrator: Huskies like to run, and run, and run, and not much else They are not generally good pets because the personality traits that breeders prefer for sled dogs are not the same as traits that make a good house pet. Narrator: Number six, German Jagdterrier. Narrator: Also known as the German hunting terrier, this dog was bred to hunt small prey, meaning the chipmunks in your backyard are definitely not safe with the Jagdterrier around. Narrator: Number five, Doberman Pinscher. Narrator: Better breeding practices over the past several years have resulted in Doberman Pinschers that are better pets However, they are less tolerant of strangers and can pose a danger because of their size and strength. Narrator: Number four, Boxer. Narrator: Trained as attack and guard dogs as far back as World War I, Boxers were bred with powerful jaws that can cause a crushing injury. Narrator: Number three, Alaskan Malamute. Narrator: Like it’s cold weather cousin, the Alaskan Malamute is a dog bred to to work pulling a sled It will chase smaller animals, the result of a high prey drive. It’s not a good idea to own cats or very small dogs if you share your home with a Malamute. Narrator: Number two, German Sheperd. Narrator: Statistics suggest that the German Shepherd is prone to attacking smaller animals The German Shepherd’s dog bite delivers a great deal of force, no matter it’s victim. Narrator: Number one, Tibetan Mastiff. Narrator: Any dog that’s willing to protect a sheep against a leopard attack is one tough customer The Tibetan Mastiff can grow to 180 pounds, and displays a fearless temperament. [Quiet music fades in] Narrator: Subscribe for more! [Music continues] [Music fades out]

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