A dog is a person’s friend. However, many forget that this is still a wild animal, which is not always successfully trained. For example, in the late 1980s, cases of dogs attacking people increased. As a result, the pit bulls and their related breeds became notorious.
Even a wave of prohibitions on the most certain types of dogs was rolled. For example, in 1991, the Parliament of the United Kingdom officially prohibited the establishment of dogs of such dangerous breeds as Japanese Tosa Inu, Argentinean Danes, Pit Bulls and Phil Brazilian.
This initiative was supported by some other countries. Even in those states where such breeds were officially permitted, the owners found it rather difficult to conclude an insurance contract.
These dogs are officially banned in Singapore, Denmark and some other states. The breed has become famous since the end of the XIX century. This is one of the closest and untouched relatives of an English bulldog. Initially, the breed appeared in the south of the country, where these bulldogs were used as watchmen. They were specially trained to hunt wild pigs. But these creatures weigh a few hundred pounds and are rather ferocious. That is why the trained dogs were large, strong and quite dangerous. When attacking his victim, an American bulldog clung to her throat until the host approached. Feature of the breed in its high pain threshold. And weigh American bulldogs from 27 to 54 kilograms.
The word “bandog” has been used since the Middle Ages to refer to large dogs used as guards. The modern bloodhounds lost their thoroughbredness, they are taken out of such breeds as mastiffs and pitbull terriers. The size of such a dog is comparable with the dog. To breed the breed began in the late 1960s by veterinarian John Swinford, she soon became famous. The most famous representative, the dog Bantu, was extremely cruel and famous for fighting exploits. Now such a breed is banned almost everywhere. And these aggressive animals can weigh between 30 and 50 kg.
Another nickname for the breed is neo. She was born in Italy. This mastiff immediately began to use as a military Roman legionaries. She also acted as a kind of gladiator in bloody fights. Today the Neapolitan mastiffs are guardians. The breed is large, its representative has wrinkled skin, saggy cheeks and loose wool. It was the Neapolitan mastiff that was taken as a basis for creating the image of giant Hagrid from the epic about Harry Potter. Dangerous dogs are prohibited by law in Singapore, and in Romania, the owner, before you have such a pet, you must pass a preliminary interview with a psychologist. Czechoslovak Witch (Czechoslovak wolf’s dog).
This breed was bred in 1955 in Czechoslovakia by crossing a German shepherd with a Carpathian wolf. The intertwined genetic structure rewarded the wolf with an unpredictable character. It’s hard to say when she behaves like a wolf, and when she’s like an ordinary dog. Representatives of the breed have a clearly expressed production instinct. That is why sometimes a child is seen as a potential victim, as a result of which there are cases of attacks on children. In general, the dog is considered a good pet, but in Norway its content is prohibited.
This dog is common in South Africa. Outwardly, it resembles a sports bull. The name of the breed in Dutch means literally “farm dog”. Burbulis originate from African and guard dogs. In 1920, the breed appeared on the mainland from Europe, especially for the protection of diamond copies in South Africa. Dogs are excellent guards, they love children and do not show frank aggression. Huge dogs reach a weight of 60 kg and are banned in Denmark. Boerboels are very strong and hardy, however, the owner is required to conduct constant grueling workouts.
In 1928, the breed was created by Dr. Antonio Martinez. In the process of creation, 10 different breeds participated at once. This is a German dog, a Bordeaux dog, an Irish wolfhound, an English pointer. Each of them gave a new breed something of its own. Irish Wolfhound – speed, a great Pyrenees dog – endurance and white color, the German dog – growth. The breeder brought out such danes specifically for hunting mountain lions, pumas. In a pack of five dogs, at least two are suicide bombers, which requires dogs to be brave. They represent a real pile of muscles, and weigh up to 65 kg. The Argentinean dog is similar to the increased size of the pit bull. Breeding of such a breed is prohibited in 10 countries of the world, including in Portugal, Australia and New Zealand. True, despite the terrible form, the dog was never used as a fighting dog.
The Canarian Dog comes from Spain. The breed was recognized relatively recently, in 2001. At the same time, the dog marked the first case of a man’s murder. The victim died right in the corridor of her house. Owners of the dog were found guilty of committing a murder, sentencing them to a long prison term. She is well guarded and feels her territory, loves peace. The appearance of an uninvited guest may lead to an outbreak of aggression. A dangerous animal is prohibited in New Zealand and Australia. The history of the development of the Great Danes dates back several centuries. They were not artificially taken out, this breed was formed naturally on the Canary Islands.
Once a large Brazilian mastiff was used to hunt jaguars and wild boars. Progenitors of the breed are most likely mastiffs. Of all the banned dogs, this is the most rebellious. The Brazilian mastiff is an excellent guard who does not trust outsiders. Some lovers even appreciate this kind of breed for its aggressiveness. Even at exhibitions, judges are not recommended to touch them. In the United Kingdom such a breed is prohibited. Although the dog shows loyalty to his master and his family, numerous guests can cause aggression.
This breed is also called the Japanese mastiff. She was once brought out in the principality of Tosa for dog fights. Local Japanese dogs crossed with bulldogs, mastiffs, danes and St. Bernards imported from Europe. As a result, a breed has emerged that can fight soundlessly and has increased resistance. She does not rush at the enemy and does not growl, but tries to press him with her body. Although tosa-inu sales from Japan itself are extremely rare, this breed is banned in Malta, Norway, Denmark and other countries.
American pit bull terrier.
This dog is a real human horror. Meanwhile, most of the fears are in vain. Pitbulls were removed from early bulldogs and terriers especially to fight other dogs. In this really equal they do not. This breed is strong, able to fight to the end and win no matter what. However, today, unfortunately, pitbulls are a symbol of criminal offenses related to dogs. But the attack on a person is associated only with poor care for the dog and its poor-quality training. Initially, it was bred not to attack people, so it does not show aggression. Do not consider this good-natured domestic pet as a deadly enemy. True, he was banned in Miami-Dade County, Florida, the Canadian province of Ontario and some countries.