If you check out this link, http://www.virtualimpax.com/klhh/28931.htm, you’ll find the TERRIBLE TEN. They are arguably the most dangerous canines to walk the face of the earth. There names sound as if they are wrestlers and will attack without remorse. So if you threaten them…
… Better have a backup plan.
At ten lies the Akita, a dog used to hunt bears in Japan. At nine is the St. Bernard. Known softies, they prove nasty once treated cruelly. Next up is the Great Dane. Scooby-Doo ain’t so cute if hyper. Imagine a 150-pound animal acting giddy as if he is a pug. At seven lies the Chow Chow. Lack of supervision will make it overly-protective of his spot…
… Much like gremlins.
Coming in at six is the Doberman Pincher. Kids should not resort to poking and bothering him in his sleep because he will attack at will. The Alaskan
Malamute, a wolf-dog who has yet to shrug off his wild past is fifth. It is similar to the fourth placer, the Siberian Husky. Although seen as active and playful, the sled dog is said to have a “high prey drive” that could be menacing to little children.
At three is the German Shepherd. Despite the dog’s aggressive nature, he still ranks high in the most sought after breeds list. Blame his insertion to weak-assed owners who’ll forget the dog ever existed and vanquish it at the back of their yard.
The Rottweiler is the runner up while the Pit Bull of course ranks up top. However, their notoriety is blamed again to the owners who’ll rather train them for evil than make them marvelous companions.
And that is why we need more dedicated owners and trainers to see to it that these breeds’ unsavory reputation will always be in check.
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