9. American Bulldog:
They are confident, social and active dogs. They must be given proper training and attention at their early ages otherwise, they can be a mess as a family dog.
10. Chow Chow:
They are proud, independent and spirited. They are not at all a cuddle pup and can be called a
fiercely faithful companion. They are not good for the novice owners.
11. Wolf Hybrid:
This breed is a cross between Wolf and dog. So it inherits the wild characteristics of a wolf and thus it is dangerous and unpredictable in its behavior.
12. Tosa Inu:
Originally bred for fighting this dog is massive and hard to handle. Even it is legally restricted in some areas of the world to be kept as a pet.
13. American Bandogge:
If not kept under control this cross breed between American Pit Bull Terrier and Neapolitan Mastiff can prove to be a risky one due to its massive size and strong muscle mass.
14. Cane Corso:
They descended from a breed that was used during battles by the Romans. They are heavy, fearsome and very strong.
15. German Shepherd:
They are loyal and obedient. But this high energy dog should be trained properly from a very early age otherwise, can develop bad behaviors.
This is playful and fun to have as a companion. But if not kept properly in check can become over boastful which is dangerous for strangers and other small dogs.