Most intimidating dog breed


Cats, small children, furniture or anything else not fastened down.This page is dedicated to the male whose tail tells us he's happy and whose tail cools our rooms.Before I get to the list, I want to point something out.

If you do your homework before you get your dog, find out what it needs and if it is at risk for aggression and ensure you train it properly from the time it is a puppy, you can have a wonderful companion.

I also don’t subscribe to the old “can’t teach an old dog new tricks” rule.

She had a serious problem with barking and tearing things apart.

Through careful training and by offering her lots of exercise and fresh air, she’s settled in beautifully.

My dog is a German Shepherd/Doberman mix and she’s the sweetest, kindest girl I’ve ever had the pleasure of sharing time with.