Most Aggressive Dog Breeds

Pit Bull

Powerful and tenacious, Pit Bulls have a high prey drive requiring early socialization and obedience training.  


Rottweilers are strong-willed guard dogs that need consistent training and experienced handling.

German Shepherd

Intelligent but demanding, German Shepherds need extensive obedience work to curb their protective nature.

Doberman Pinscher

Dobermans are fearless, energetic working dogs best matched with confident owners.

Chow Chow

Wary of strangers, Chow Chows require socialization to curb aggression. Their thick coats also make them prone to overheating.


Energetic Dalmatians have a strong prey drive requiring plenty of exercise and training to avoid aggression issues.


Boxers need strong leadership and training from puppyhood to control their boisterousness and headstrong personality.

Top Most Popular Teacup Dog Breeds