Often portrayed in the media, Pit Bulls were historically bred for bull-baiting and later dogfighting. While they can be affectionate family pets, improper training and lack of socialization can lead to aggressive tendencies.
Rottweilers are known for their protective nature and can be territorial if not properly trained and socialized. They are loyal to their families but may display aggression toward strangers if not appropriately managed.
This breed is highly intelligent, trainable, and often used in protective roles. Improper training or lack of socialization can lead to territorial behavior or aggression.
Huskies have a strong prey drive and an independent nature. While not typically aggressive, improper handling or lack of training can lead to assertive behavior.
Similar to Huskies, Malamutes are strong-willed and need consistent training and socialization. They can display aggression if not properly managed.
Dobermans are known for their loyalty and protectiveness. Without proper training and socialization, they may exhibit aggression towards strangers or other animals.
Chow Chows can be aloof and reserved with strangers. They are known for their strong-willed and independent nature, which can lead to aggressive behavior if not properly trained and socialized.
Not a pure breed but a cross between a domestic dog and a wolf, wolf-dog hybrids can inherit the wild traits of wolves. They can be unpredictable and exhibit assertive behaviors.