Top 10 Dog Breeds That Don't Deserve to Be On the Top Ten Worst Dog Breeds ListYanRocky
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Absolutely, I am a very experienced dog walker and have NEVER had any serious problems. The only time where Pit Bulls I was walking attacked was when a game of play fight got a little too ruff (pun intended, I know, I know) but no one was injured and when an Afghan Hound attacked a Pit Bulls and the Pit Bull bit it back. In the end the Afghan had a few scratches and the Pit Bull needed a Veterinarian. - DogLuv-R
Absolutely. But really, the list shouldn't exist. I love all dog breeds. - PositronWildhawk
Pit bulls are nice and cute and loyal they do what their owner teaches them like all dog breeds because they are the most loyal and will be your best friend because of how awesome and misunderstood they are. - ToptenPizza
Underrated breedV 6 Comments
I grew up with this breed and they are not bad dogs. They HAVE to be socialized. That's one of the most important things a chow owner should do. It's been my personal experience that most people have trouble reading them. It's weird, but I've noticed that people don't seem to notice the signals the dogs give when they're upset. Maybe it's because they're fluffy so people let their guard down. Maybe it's because they're generally less demonstrative than breeds like Labrador Retrievers. I wonder if anybody else has noticed this? I think maybe their bad reputation comes from owners who don't socialize their dogs and people who aren't familiar with the breed misunderstanding them.
It is true that without socialization these dogs aren't the greatest but assuming you've done your research this dog is going to be an amazing family pet. The one part that gets people is that these dogs NEED be outside interacting to learn how to be with other dogs starting from a young age. - DogLuv-R
I have always wanted this type of dog it is pretty, fluffy, and it can pull you on a sled.
A Husky is not a lazy animal. It needs to be outside doing something or at least doing something, either way they need stimulation or they can become aggressive or destructive and that's why so,any people hate is because they haven't done enough research on the breed's needs. - DogLuv-R
What? , is a iconic dog - YanRocky
My dad had huskies! They are so sweet! I love them. I recommend having a husky - emily3232V 2 Comments
DO YOUR RESEARCH! Half of the dogs on this list are here because not enough people do research in the needs of this particular breed. Just like the Husky the Dalmatian needs exercise and stimulation! Also, socialize them, that is a must! - DogLuv-R
I own one and am literally sitting right next to him as I type this! Johnson's American Bulldog to be precise but there isn't really a big difference. Anyway this dog is a Guard Dog and is very protective of his or her master(s) mine does not get along with dogs his size of bigger and nothing close to being size either if the dog is male, it's because these dogs are bred to guard an they can see certain things as threats. But I have never had a problem other than the time he attacked another dog, BUT, in his defense that dog broke into our yard and attacked HIM first. - DogLuv-R
People who say American bulldogs are a terrible breed most have never come across one. If trained well this breed is amazing. They are so full of enthusiasm - DUTCHlionessV 2 Comments
There are a lot of videos with aggressive chihuahuas on it. I always think what they have done to them to make them like this. Owners tend to treat them like little humans which you absolutely most not do. They are dogs not human. I have 2 chihuahua's who I have raised like dogs. They are not aggressive at all and one of them loves little children and is happy to be around them.
Treating chihuahua's like objects need to stop
Raise them like dogs
Be consequent, assertive and loving. - DUTCHlioness
I love Chi's! They're loving, protective, brave, and fun. You have to be consistent when you train them because they can sometimes be stubborn. Honestly, the majority of the complaints I've heard about them had more to do with lazy/inexperienced owners when you got down to it. My elderly Chi is a sweetheart and so are a lot of the others I've met. It's all in how you train them.
I own a large chihuahua. They are quite aggressive, but only to protect their owner.
Back in 2008, my house got robbed. My chihuahua, Fiona, was able to RESIST being taken. She STAYED in the yard when the gate was open. She was sad when my other dog, Shrek (I used to obsess over those movies), a Yorkshire Terrier, was taken.
Thing is, though, Shrek found his way back after he was taken. - CatCode
The top ten worst dog breeds list is horrible! How could these small, adorable little dogs be number 1? They are so sweet and they could only be bad if their owner treated them wrong!V 3 Comments
It's the owner who is a lazy-ass and don't train their dogs and not the dog itself. - DogeFan132
Such a lovable dog - YanRocky
2nd best guard dog, out ranks German Shepherds and Rottweilers. 5th smartest breed of hundreds of other dog breeds. What more can you want from a dog. The Doberman Pinchser is the perfect dog breed.
The German Shepherd is great best dog ever. It can kill you if you attack their owners.
My older sister has one, she's quiet and usually just sits there looking at the wall.V 1 Comment
I have one and he is so retarded but that's not make it the worst dog breed - YanRocky
What is that. that gives me nightmares
YORKIES ARE THE BEST
Don't hate the Pug. Don't hate any dog. No dog breeds are bad. Every breed has their own strengths and weaknesses but all are lovable animals. - EspioTheChameleon
Aren't these fighting dogs, maybe they're hunting dogs..
Akitas are considered royal national treasures in their native country of Japan
Akitas are sooo NICE I'm pet sitting one today and she has been the sweetest thing ever
Wow, much don't deserve, so misunderstood, such active, wow
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3. Chow Chow
3. American Bulldog