Top 10 Baddest Dogs – Animals Meal

dogs are known to become very attached to their owners. Some breeds are very outgoing, friendly and loving towards family, strangers and other dogs. However, other breeds are the ones you don’t want to mess with, especially if they haven’t had proper socialization and training. Here are the 10 meanest dogs out there, whether they are the most dangerous dogs, the most aggressive dog breeds, or both.

#10: Cocker Spaniel

Some Cocker Spaniels have a genetic condition called anger syndrome.

This affectionate, loyal and somewhat needy breed makes a great family pet and was originally bred to be a ?? hunting dog. However, there is a downside when the cocker spaniel has so-called anger syndrome, a genetic condition in which the dog turns into a biting frenzy with no recognizable trigger or stimulus and attacks strangers and even owners. It is especially common in solid, red, or gold colored Cocker Spaniels, making them some of the most aggressive dog breeds. However, variegated spaniels do not have this problem.

A socialized and trained dog is a great companion and not only loves its owner but is also friendly with other people and even other dogs and animals. Certain breeds are wary of strangers and may even act viciously towards anyone other than their owners, or may even lash out at their owners. Some have a natural tendency to be mean based on inbreeding or genetic abnormality closer to their wild ancestors while others are mean due to insecurity about small size or abuse and neglect. It is important to remember that such dogs are not always hostile, but only when provoked. Regardless, these breeds have earned a reputation for being the meanest dogs as well as the most dangerous dogs or the most aggressive dog breeds.

#9: Beagle

Beagles are a very stubborn dog breed.

The broke was developed as a hunting dog using his excellent sense of smell. It is also a security dog. However, he is also very stubborn and tends not to listen to his owner if he doesn’t get what he wants. It can even get violent. A child staring into a Beagle’s eyes is a bad idea and will prompt it to bite them. This makes it one of the meanest dogs.

#8: Dachshund

Dachshunds are difficult to train and tend to bite children.

Almost everyone has heard of the so-called “wiener dog”, which was originally bred to hunt small animals. The dachshund is tall and cute, with short legs, long ears, and big eyes. Yet he is stubborn and impatient, becoming aggressive towards other dogs, strangers and even his owner, making him one of the meanest dogs around. It is difficult to train and can bite strange children. That’s why it’s a bad idea to let kids play around it.

#7: Wolf Hybrids

Because wolf dogs have wolf genes, they automatically have a reputation for being mean.

Some of the most dangerous dogs or most aggressive dog breeds are the various wolf hybrids, or wolfhounds, which exist. The higher amount of Wolf genes, the wilder, more dangerous and prone to wanderlust the hybrid is. Therefore, they need early training and socialization by highly knowledgeable and experienced handlers. They tend to get along well with family but are wary of strangers and some are not recommended around small children. The wolf hybrids among the existing 15 that have the greatest propensity for restless, destructive behavior without early training and socialization and regular exercise are:

#6: Chow Chow

Chow chows tend to have a terrible temperament if they don’t get what they want.

An ancient dog breed, the Chow Chow is a large dog with a thick, soft double coat and a cuddly appearance. Seemingly aloof, it is attention seeking, stubborn and independent. It can have a terrible temperament if it doesn’t get what it wants. Even with training since puppyhood, he can remain overprotective of his owner and dislike other dogs or pets. It is not a good choice for a novice dog owner as it is one of the meanest and most aggressive dog breeds.

#5: Toy Poodle

Toy Poodles have “Small Dog Syndrome”.

The toy poodle is just the miniature version of the Standard Poodle, but the small size isn’t the only thing causing it. It is also one of the meanest dogs, although this same problem is not as common in the Standard Poodle who is usually intelligent and well-behaved. But not only can the Toy Poodle become restless and aggressive if left alone for long periods of time, but he also has “Small Dog Syndrome” – the canine version of the human Napoleon complex. This behavior of fear and uncertainty is especially taught and encouraged in small dogs.

#4: Terriers

Terrier dog breeds are known to be hostile towards humans and other dogs.

terriers are some of the meanest dogs. That’s because they were bred to hunt rodents and other pests, especially the small and medium-sized ones. Such an instinct doesn’t go away, and without the proper training and socialization to constructively channel that instinct, a terrier is known to be hostile to humans and other dogs. Some examples are the Manchester Terrier, Jack Russell Terrier, Boston Terrier, Yorkshire Terrier, and Skye Terrier. On the other hand, “terrier” is a group of dogs of several breeds with common characteristics and includes: larger breeds which are developed to be an all round farm working dogs or watchdogs. The Pitbull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, and bull terrier are examples of “bully” breeds, which were also bred to lure and take down bears and bulls.

#3: Lhasa Apso

Lhasa Apsos have a tendency to bite people they don’t recognize.

Looks can be deceiving, and the Lhasa Apso is no exception. The fluffy little dog is difficult to train and handle, stubborn and independent. It can also become aggressive if strangers approach it. Even if your friends approach you in public, it doesn’t mean your dog will recognize you know them and likely bite them, making them one of the meanest dogs out there.

#2: Chihuahua

While Chihuahuas are considered to be one of the meanest dog breeds, they are also considered to be one of the most popular.

Although it is one of the most popular dog breeds and one of the smallest, the chihuahua is known as one of the meanest dogs. Owners tend to coddle them and neglect training or disciplining due to their small size leading them to believe they can handle them which exacerbates their bad behavior and leads them to take control of their owners as the alpha leader. Therefore, they tend to be very possessive with their owners and have no problem barking, snapping or even biting other people and dogs several times their size. While it cannot cause serious harm, a dog bite, even from a Chihuahua, can become a potentially serious infection and require hospitalization.

#1: Basenji

Because the Basenji is one of the most difficult dogs to train, he is also one of the most aggressive.

The Basenji dog is one of the most difficult dogs to train, making it one of the most potentially aggressive dog breeds out there. This Central African dog is a sighthound and with a high prey drive it will chase any small animal nearby. Also aloof and reserved with strangers, it has only one master. A dog trainer who has experience with this particular breed is best qualified to handle it. On the other hand, it is quiet and known to attack intruders quickly and without warning.

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