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10 Fiercest And Most Powerful Dogs Banned In Some Countries For Terrible Reasons

Dogs are a man's best friend and when it comes to guard dogs, they are no exception. It's the aggressiveness in their genes and some human attacks which have made them infamous. It's just that these dogs need to be trained from the very beginning with great care and responsibility. When it comes to power and strength there is no comparison to these dogs. These dogs can tear apart any pound of flesh from their jaws.

Let's have a look at some of the most powerful dogs which are banned in some countries.


10 Fiercest And Most Powerful Dogs Banned In Some Countries For Terrible Reasons

10 Fiercest And Most Powerful Dogs Banned In Some Countries For Terrible Reasons

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1. American Bulldog

1. American Bulldog

The American Bulldog is a breed of working class dogs. It is a well built, stocky and a strong-looking dog. They are confident and active dogs that are at ease with their owners. They might be slightly withdrawn from strangers. If the American Bulldog is bought, it should be socialized at an early age. These dogs are highly emotional and require a high level of attention. This breed is banned in Denmark, Singapore and various municipalities.

2. Bandog

2. Bandog

The Bandog is a stubborn, vast and eager dog of heavy body. These days Bandogs are made by crossing two or more breeds. The prime motive of creating a Bandog is to combine the health, athletic ability and courage of the American Pitbull Terrier with the bigger size power and guarding instinct of the Mastiff. All bitches and dogs should be kept in good working conditions to avoid laziness and lack of courage. These dogs are generally prohibited anywhere around the world.

3. Neapolitan Mastiff

3. Neapolitan Mastiff

The Neapolitan Mastiff is a large and ancient dog breed. These are extremely intelligent dogs with a tendency to be independent thinkers. Without training and proper early socialization, these dogs are likely to become aggressive towards strangers and other dogs. They can be disastrous for small children and they protect their owners with their lives. It is banned in Singapore and Romania.

4. Wolfdogs

4. Wolfdogs

Intra-hybridization of subspecies of grey wolves and dogs is the most common way of breeding wolf dogs. Hybrids are often bred in captivity for various purposes. You'll be surprised to know that the breeding programme that created the German Shepherd included wolfdogs! These dogs are banned in Norway.

5. Boerboel.

5. Boerboel.

The Boerboel is a purebred which is known for being loyal, courageous, protective and intelligent. It originates from South Africa. These dogs are bred as working farm dogs. Apart from being a farm dog, these dogs can be used for various other tasks such as lure coursing, herding, tracking and weight pulling. These dogs are banned in Denmark.

6. Dogo Argentino

6. Dogo Argentino

The Dogo Argentino is a breed which originated in Argentina. It was developed mainly for the purpose of big-game hunting, including Wild Boar. The breeder Antonio Nores Martinez wanted a dog which would show steadfast bravery and willingness to protect its human companion to the death. It was bred from the Cordoba Fighting Dog (an extinct breed of fighting dog) and various other species including the Great Dane. Some families purchase a Dogo Argentino as a status symbol but sooner they are faced with reality because these dogs require extensive training and exercise to be content and happy. THESE DOGS ARE NOT FOR FIRST-TIME OWNERS. It is banned in at least 10 countries including Australia, New Zealand, and Portugal.

7. Presa Canario

7. Presa Canario

Two Presas killed a woman in San Francisco in 2006 because their owner hadn't trained them and was unable to control them. This large dog is intelligent, powerful and headstrong. The average life span of a Presa is between 8 - 12 years and it can weight up to 110- 200 pounds. It is banned in Australia and New Zealand.

8. Brazilian Mastiff

8. Brazilian Mastiff

The Brazilian Mastiff is a working breed of dog which originated in Brazil. This breed is known for its aggressiveness and unforgiving temperament. When the dog finds its quarry it does not attack it but holds it until the hunter arrives. It is also a very rare breed. Due to its aggressive nature, it is banned in many countries like Cyprus, Norway , Denmark etc.

9. Tosa Inu or Japanese Mastiff

9. Tosa Inu or Japanese Mastiff

It was originally bred in Tosa in Japan as a fighting dog and still is today. The breed originated in the second halfof the 19th century. Very less is known about Tosa dogs as they are very rare to find outside Japan. Maintenance of these dogs is usually minimal. It is banned in Australia, New Zealand, Denmark, Iceland, Norway, United Kingdom to name a few.

10. American Pit Bull Terrier

10. American Pit Bull Terrier

These dogs were bred to fight other dogs and animals. These dogs have the strength of the English Bull Dog and the fearlessness of a Terrier. These were often used in bear baiting, a blood sport in which Bears were publically tortured. Later, this sport was banned. The breed is known for its willingness to work and attack humans!! It is banned in Denmark, Germany, Spain, Great Britain, France etc.

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