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5 Illegal Dog Breeds In The World

5. Dogo Argentino

The crispy white dog breeds known as Dogo Argentino were first bred and credit for big prey hunting. These muscular dogs are famous for their distinct color and built. Along with their unique physical characteristics, Dogo Argentino is also known for its instincts to protect its loved ones at all costs. This is why these puppies have been deemed dangerous and unpredictable at times.

With their strong and dominating temperament, these puppies found themselves on the banned list across multiple nations like Australia, Spain, Romania, the United States, and Singapore to name a few. And to all other countries allow this 120 pounds beast to roam around their lands, some areas required specific permission and specific documents for ownership.

4. Tosa Inu

Tosa Inu otherwise known as the Japanese mastiff is a relatively unknown breed in the world of pups and canines. These large dogs were originally bred for dogfighting rings and competitions. This is why the tosa is famous for its short temperament and extremely powerful fighting style. 

However, if another dog attacks a tosa, chances are the other dog might end up deeply hurt and injured. That's why this specific breed made its way into the dangerous dog act of 1991, which is why you won't be seeing this Japanese mastiff in Australia, New Zealand, and the United Arab Emirates, or Tunisia anytime soon.

3. Rottweilers

Just like the German Shepherds, these fearless and powerful rottweilers have become incredible in the world of law enforcement and armed forces. The 120 pounds canines are among some of the most loyal dogs dog breeds in the world. But along with their protective personalities, the rottweilers have been found guilty of unprovoked attacks and dangerous behaviors. 

Unwelcome in Ecuador, the Bermuda Islands, the short hair pups also need to have placed restrictions of ownership in Portugal, Romania, and Singapore. But when it comes to the nations of Germany, Belgium, and Australia, rottweilers represent part of the police force and team.

2. Caucasian Shepherd

These large Caucasian shepherds are known for their massive built, malicious looks, and protective property. These shepherd breeds were bred for guarding livestock and protecting their owners from trespassers. Able to fight against wolves, the 250-pound beast is no stranger to attacks and sudden strikes. This is why Caucasian shepherds are banned and illegal in Denmark, Italy, Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus.

But despite the scary looks, the Caucasian shepherds are extremely warm and kind to their owners, their family, and other family pets.

1. Wolf-Dog Hybrids

Just like their name suggests, these hybrids were created by mating domestic dogs with different wolves species, which is why it's not surprising to hear many countries have banned these hybrids from their lands. Prohibited in most states and countries of the world, here is why experts deemed this dog species to be so dangerous and vicious. People who own hybrids often found that their pet's behavior makes it a challenge to care for. 

However, the diversity of genetic composition even with one little of these hybrid pups can lead to a wide range of appearances and behavior among all hybrids. Thus making their behaviors inconsistent and more difficult to predict. And so, while some part of the United States allows ownership of these hybrids, it's no secret that the wolf-dog hybrids are the most illegal and dangerous dog species in the world.

Which illegal and banned dog did you find the most extraordinary? Are there any powerful canine breeds you think to deserve a spot on our list? Let us know in the comment section below and please don't forget to like and share this article.

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