There is a great debate going on for quite a while now regarding aggressive dogs and whether it is in their nature to act the way they do or whether they are nurtured into being violent.
Unfortunately, we do not yet have an answer to the nature VS nurture argument, but we agree that some breeds of dogs are more prone to aggressive conditioning than others.
Here are the top 10 most dangerous dog breeds out there, the ones that are more likely to pick up on any antisocial behavior that their owners would knowingly or unknowingly imprint on their character.
Boxer is a tough breed of dog. As early as the 1930s, boxers were trained and used as hunting and guard dogs. They have strong jaws and muscular necks and this combination gives them a powerful bite force. A Boxer is not a dog that is easily calmed down and it’s also not very submissive. They are strong willed and stubborn but very good for protection. In 2013, a man in Arizona was killed by his own Boxer. He was trying to stop a fight between his headstrong Boxer and another of his dogs.