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Check out these illegal dogs that are banned around the world! This top 10 list of dangerous dog breeds got banned in the us and other places around the world, often for no apparent reason!

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12. Wolf Dog
A wolf dog is a hybrid mix between a domestic dog and a wolf. Wolf hybrids are found in the wild in many places across Europe and North America. There have been some cases where a domestic dog somehow mixed with a wolf. It is hard for experts to even tell them apart. Hybrid puppies bred in captivity usually mix a german shepherd with a gray wolf but there are many varieties and people are attracted to the wolf-like appearance of these dogs.

11. Bandog
Bandogs were a type of dog bred for their strength and ferocity by cross breeding aggressive breeds. Also known as the American Bandogge Mastiff, these dogs are known for their courage and that they seem to feel no pain.

10. Fila Brasileiro
Also known as the Brazilian Mastiff, these guys are very large dogs. Fila Brasileiro are also incredibly athletic and are known for their excellent tracking ability. They were raised as guard dogs, hunting dogs-they were hunting big game like jaguars!, and also catching cattle by grabbing it by the neck.

9. Neapolitan Mastiff
These dogs are famous for being one of the biggest dog breeds in the world!! Neapolitan Mastiffs are rumored to go back to at least 300 BC, when Alexander the Great brought mastiffs to Greece. When the Romans conquered Greece, they discovered these dogs and crossed them with other large dogs to make them even bigger.

8. Dogo Argentino
The Dogo Argentino is a is a large, white, muscular dog. As its name suggests, this canine was bred in Argentina for big game hunting, including wild boar. The Dogo Argentino are not naturally aggressive canines and are very obedient and brave, willing to protect their owners at whatever cost.

7. Japanese Tosa Inu
This dog is actually pretty rare. It was bred as a fighting dog and can react aggressively towards other animals but are usually affectionate and calm with their own family. They were extremely popular in the 1920’s and 30’s but should be kept by themselves. Any other pets you have might disappear!

6. Boerboel
The (bur-bull) Boerboel were great guard dogs, and were bred in South Africa to protect farms and diamond mines. They're bred to be lean, muscular, and strong, but they also have a loyalty to their masters. Like many of the dogs on this list, they are definitely not for first time dog owners!!

5. Doberman Pinscher
Many people are afraid of the Doberman Pinscher just by looking at it. It is very muscular and sleek and is actually a very modern dog. The earliest examples came from 19th century Germany and they quickly became very popular in the United States. They are usually black and tan and have a docked tail and cropped ears, although more recently some countries have outlawed this practice.

4. Alaskan Malamutes
To many people the Alaskan Malamute is the most beautiful dog breed in the world. It is often confused with the Siberian Husky, although they ARE cousins. Many love them for their unique fur coat and beautiful eyes but the truth of the matter is that hidden beneath the surface is a personality that can be problematic.

3. Pitbull
I’m sure you already knew this dog was coming up!! When it comes to "banned dog breeds", Pitbulls are usually the first breed that comes to mind.

2. American Bulldog
American bulldogs are often confused with pitbulls. In the US, especially in the South, the American Bulldog is revered as a loyal helper dog, but in most other places, people don’t like them at all!!

1. Presa Canario
How do you measure how good or how bad a dog is? The Presa Canario is a powerful dog and is one of the most outlawed around the world. Also known as the Canary Mastiff, this dog has a thick and muscular body. They were used in ancient times and would protect cattle from wild dogs.

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