The Most Aggressive Dog Breed

Akitas are Japanese spitz-type working dogs originally bred for hunting large game—including massive brown bears native to Northern Japan.

The Basenji is an African hound. One of the oldest domesticated dog breeds, it lived semi-feral with humans until the late 1800s. 

A popular herding breed, Border Collies are among the smartest dogs in the world. Highly discriminating, Border Collies may dread and react to unfamiliar dog breeds and animals. 

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As with most canine aggression, fear and anxiety drive Chihuahuas' aggression.

The Chow Chow, another ancient dog breed, was bred in China as companion dogs to aristocracy, guard dogs, hunting dogs, and hauling dogs. 

Doberman Pinschers were designed to protect families and fulfill canine duties. 

The Dogo Argentino, a powerful working breed from Argentina, hunts wild boar and pumas in groups.

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