1. Pit Bull
The Pit Bull, a combative dog breed, is capable of killing almost any enemy. The incorrect education of pit bulls is suicidal for passers-by and owners. They are responsible for more than half of dog-related deaths in the United States. Be very careful when keeping pit bulls!
Weight: 30 to 60 lbs; Height: 17-22 inches; Lifespan: 8-16 years
Rottweilers are one of the most popular dog breeds in the world. They are powerful and have a natural instinct to protect their owners. They generally don’t like strangers and other dogs. If they are poorly socialized from an early age, they can become dangerous.
Weight: 77-132 lbs; Height: 22-27 inches; Lifespan: 8-11 years
3. German Shepherd
Weight: 50-100 lbs; Height: 22-26 inches; Lifespan: 9-14 years
German shepherds, the first breed of police K9 dogs, are intelligent, confident and fearless. They are also potentially overprotective and can become very territorial. If they are not properly trained, they can easily become a danger, far beyond their intimidating appearance.