The Most Illegal Dog Breeds Dogo argentino
Dogo Argentino was bred primarily for the purpose of big-game hunting including wild boar. They are a large, white, muscular breed of dog with the males weighing between 40kg – 45kg with the females being slightly lighter at 35kg – 40 kg.
They are considered exceptionally good guard dogs and are known for protecting their family and home. They tend to be unwilling to accept strangers, so they need to be cautiously introduced to new people.
Dogo Argentino tends to be okay with other dogs, but they were bred as a fighting breed, so they may be increasingly aggressive toward other dogs. In that same vein, however, they were bred to work with other dogs when hunting, so many are okay with dogs they have been raised with or introduced to.
Dogo Argentino is considered to be one of the most aggressive dog breeds in the world. Since the breed’s inception, these dogs were used as fighting dogs and were bred from fighting dogs. In one of the most bizarre incidents of attack, a Dogo Argentino dog by the name of Max bit the face of a news anchor, Kyle Dyer, on live TV on Valentine’s Day, 2012.
In the United Kingdom, under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991, it is illegal to own a Dogo Argentino without lawful authority. The Dogo Argentino is not a good first-time dog and should only be owned by experienced dog handlers.
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