Five most dangerous dog breeds that kids should be aware of

15 Jun 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News

Safety, temperament, and constitution are the measuring yardsticks that help you choose the right canine variety. Here is a brief overview of the worst variety of dogs from the kids' perspective.

1. Chow Chow

Just a mere mention of Chow Chow brings to mind the image of the ever angry dog that revels in bullying humans.  Chow Chow has a menacing grin that terrorizes the weak hearts and responds with a nasty bite to firm treatment.  It is not advisable to have these as pets as Kids love to pull the long fuzzy hair of the Chow Chow which in turn retaliates violently.

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2. Rottweiler

 Rottweilers are all about fatal bites and fluctuating moods that can easily get their owners distraught and anxious. They have a notoriously bad attitude towards  kids and adults and hence deemed to be unsafe to even consider them as pets.

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3. Pitbull

Pitbulls are more or less similar to humans in terms of breeding,  You breed them well, they grow to be amazing dogs.  Careless or shabby upbringing would easily disfigure their personalities for good. They are known for nabbing the throat, which is their first point of attack.  Potentially conflicting  qualities of domination and tolerance characterize their tribe. They were most decorated dogs that were extensively used in world war 1.

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4. Chihuahua

Chihuahuas normally resent intrusion into their territory for the simple reason that they are violently possessive about their belongings. Nervous to the core, they nip at whatever they get their hands on around them. They deeply resent children's’ messing around in their territory. However, their annoyingly eccentric ways can be extremely irritating for children as well as adults.

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5. Dalmatians

Dalmatians, make your world colorful with the lovely spots that they sport on their bodies. However, their unpredictable ways and untimely bites would keep us guessing and on tenterhooks. Deafness is a predominant characteristic of this dog that responds negatively to harsh training.  Be calm, and the battle is half won.

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