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The result of all this is that the larger breeds often get unfairly labeled as being the most aggressive dogs out there, when — in many cases — it’s dogs who barely reach their kneecaps who deserve the title of most aggressive dogs.
The dogs who cause damage most likely do so because of their ancestry.
Nature versus nurture: It’s the age-old debate, especially when applied to the question of who the most aggressive dogs are. However, some dog breeds were bred for centuries to become protectors and hunters, and those traits are stamped on their genes.
Proper training is vital when it comes to helping dogs cope with anxiety and aggression.
They ask: How much damage will this dog cause to a person or property should they attack?