Most intimidating animal
The breeds listed below are those which have been involved in numerous incidents.
I haven’t just taken the statistics for which breed has been responsible for the most hospital admissions; this list based on the potential and temperament of various dog breeds.
Therefore training and early socialisation are essential.
This dog is restricted in several US states and European countries.
The Neapolitan Mastiff is thought to be the direct descendant of the ancient Roman Molossus used for both war and the bloodthirsty arena.
In essence this dog was bred to be a capable killer making it a popular guard dog and defender.
Weighing in at up to 55Kg (120lbs), with power and intelligence of a wolf – in the wrong setting these dogs have the potential to be dangerous.
On size alone this massive mutt has the ability to intimidate.
Reaching up to 90kg (200lbs) that more than an adult human.
That said, these are generally calm and loyal dogs but correct training and socialization is essential. Also known as the Brazilian Mastiff this is another very large powerful dog.
Weighing up to 75kg (170lbs) the Fila Brasileiro was bred as a hunting dog trained to restrain but not kill its prey.