Top 10 Most Badass Guard Dogs
The are universally known to be very protective of what they own. I have one from Germany, and to most everyone he meets he is extremely friendly. He also can tell if someone's trying to be sneaky. Plus factually the most bite pressure of any dog breed (1/2 as much as Tyrannosaurs-Rex). #1
Rottweiler should be higher than 5. It is the most protective guard dog I know. It has the strongest grip in the teeth and they are very loving to humans. They are active and playful loyal dogs. Plus I've never even heard of the boerboel before.
Rotties are the total package. Temperament, size, intelligence and courage. Had one from 8 weeks till 8 yo who died from cancer. Trusted him more than most people. Must establish alpha and you'll be fine.
I absolutely love rottweilers it should be at least number 2, I can understand though why the caucasian is better, but come on, the German shepherd? Too energetic.
Bad ass in the BEST WAY! When God made dogs, the German Shepherd was standing first in line. They are truly glorious dogs.
Loyal to the owner and at night they guard it was very kindful and very powerful also it is a police dog k-9 muscular it is the third most inteligent dog.
The most magnificent dogs of all time. Only badass in a GOOD WAY!
I love German Shepherd's because they are so loyal and protective and I have One I know
These dogs are huge, strong, fast, it's natural for someone to get scared from this dog, only the bravest can rob from this dog.
Have you seen these dogs I own 1 and its BIG! Very strong and mine is very aggressive to anyone but me and my boyfriend.
These dogs cannot be brought down and will keep going no matter what. Would not want to be on the reciving end of that bight
Kangal are way more badass and way way more powerful than this little dog. It's all fur
I have one. She is very intelligent and gentle. Even sweet with our yorkie, but if I am wary of someone she starts looking and acting scary immediately!
The best dog ever bred. Loyal, and willing to defend his family until the end. Yet, they aren't afraid to be independent.
Best alarm, always watching and guarding.
Fierce dogs, yet very loyal and sweet. Overall it is a great watch dog, guard dog and well not so much companion but it will give you kisses
Cool dogs, horrible in the cold. But kangals can tolerate the cold and heat
It an awesome I want one
Very smart, easy to train, loves her family, if socialized with farm animals, is very tolerant of them, including goats, cats, horses and other smaller dogs. Loves to ride shotgun in our big truck. Got a CGC at 11 months. House trained herself. She was shipped from FL at 10 weeks and upon, arrival her crate was (sealed) and clean and dry. Awesome dog, I.E. dogo, can't say enough good about her! Great companion, too.
Proud and respectful. Need training in order to see their great potential. Surprisinglly good swimmers.
There's stories of dogos fighting off mountain lions, seriously badass stuff.
Extremely loyal loving and gentle but there in an instant if they perceive any threat
Should be number 1. This thing can take on a whole wolf pack alone just to protect it's humans and their livestock. That's extreme loyalty and strength to me.
How tf is this number one but the German shepard, a retarded dog breed, is?
Definitely cannot take on a pack of wolves,I've seen the photos were wolves have eaten a Kangal.Even 1 on 1 will have trouble against large European wolf
Should be number 1
My first Akita weighed in at 175 lbs all muscle. Purebred and healthy
You need to check em out
These would defend me easily if I had one (I think)!
Excellent dogs. Will alert and protect owner from intruder. Very level-headed and is situationally aware. Very smart dog.
It's a goods guard dog plus it's the bad ass dog from the movie sandlot
They are very sweet in nature but if trained as a guard dog they are the best choice in my opinion. They are bigger than most of the dogs on the list and faster as well. They do however need to be trained. They do best in a large area so if just guarding an apartment or house I would go for a bullmastiff as they are calmer.