7 Dog Breeds To Avoid With The Highest Bite Risk

American Pit Bull Terrier

One of the most deadly dog breeds in the U.S. and abroad is the American Pit Bull Terrier. They are vicious and have killed people. Strong dogs, they can quickly overcome everyone in their path.


Rottweilers are huge, powerful canines with potentially fatal bites. They also pose a hazard to humans and animals because of their aggression and territoriality.

German Shepherd

German Shepherds are among the most deadly and popular dog breeds. Originally developed to herd and guard sheep, the dogs are now police, guard, and service dogs. 


This kind of dog is not just bright but also challenging to teach. With this in mind, it is important for owners to begin obedience training their dog when it is still young. 

Wolf Hybrid

Most people imagine wolves as vicious beasts. Wolf hybrids exist, did you know? A wolf hybrid is a dog-wolf mix. Dogs may be hazardous despite their cuteness.

Alaskan Malamute

The Alaskan Malamute is a huge dog developed for Arctic hunting and labor. Without adequate training and socialization, these powerful, aggressive canines may be lethal. First-time dog owners and families with small children should avoid them.

Doberman Pinscher

Doberman Pinschers may be scary to own or encounter. Like a surprise visit from a bear in a distant woodland.