4. Doberman Pinscher
Dobermans have built a reputation of being completely harmless towards their owners. The same cannot be said for their behavior towards strangers though. Although Dobermans are considered less dangerous, they still possess the size and strength to wreak havoc. The last reported case of death caused by a Doberman in the States took place in 2011 when a Doberman killed its owner, an elderly woman.
It is only natural to be intimidated by the bullmastiff’s large stature. After all, they can reach up to 130 pounds. That’s why it is imperative to train a bullmastiff well to have its obedience. This breed is generally employed as guard dogs because of their temperamental behavior. So, if you need to keep your safe safely guarded, you should consider owning a bullmastiff.
Primarily known as a sled dog, the Husky is closely related to the Malamute. Huskies have plenty of energy to spare and are energetic dogs. They are not meant to be pets and are wired to work round the clock. You would wonder if the phrase, “work like a dog” was coined because of a husky’s work ethic. Between 1979 and 1998, Huskies were responsible for 15 mauling deaths in the United States.