Top 10 most banned dog breeds in the world

According to some people, dogs are man’s best friend. If the definition of “best friend” can encompass here unconditional love, comforting companionship and unparalleled loyalty, it does not however omit a propensity to shit everywhere, to piss on a sofa, to ruin an armchair and to bite people. It is also perhaps this second part of the behavior of this noble animal that makes certain countries prohibit certain breeds on their territory. So today we invite you to see some examples of dogs that we are not allowed to have in some parts of the world.

1. American pitt bull terrier

Banned in more than fifteen countries including France, the American Pitt Bull Terrier is frankly not in the odor of sanctity. Considered dangerous, the animal also suffers from a name that does not inspire confidence: “pitt” is a derivative of “pit” which means arena, “bull” means bull, “terrier” probably means “terrier”. and “american” means American (which is the scariest thing). A brave beast historically used in dogfighting which is therefore banned from many countries. Other than that, he is also one of the star-looking dogs.

2. The Dogo Argentino

When a dog is used to fight wild boars and cougars, it should come as no surprise that this is regulated in nearly 18 countries. If the animal can be very affectionate, it is in the wrong hands that it can become fatal, which is the case with almost all dogs, danger is often the master in the end. Forbidden to possess in many corners of the globe (which is geometrically impossible, I grant you) the Dogo Argentino therefore finds its place in this top.

3. The American Staffordshire Terrier

Although it is in the list of the most popular dogs in the world, many countries regulate or prohibit its possession. In France, for example, a minor or a person with a criminal record cannot have one and you need civil liability insurance that covers damage to the dog if you adopt one. Sporty and energetic dog, it is also used for illegal fights and is therefore prohibited in several places.

4. Tosa Inu

Widely used by the Yakuza in dogfights, this animal native to Japan is also regulated or prohibited from entering more than 15 countries. Considered dangerous, he is generally subjected to a behavioral study by a veterinarian at a young age to find out if he can live in society without too many risks.

5. Mastiff

“What the lion is to the cat, the mastiff is to the dog”. This sentence from “Cynographia Britannica” gives you a pretty telling idea of ​​the animal and the mastiff is also one of the most massive dogs in the world (probably a ton of puns to be made between massive and mastiff but I’ll spare you that ). Regulated or prohibited for possession in some countries, it is often used as a guard dog. The problem is that without being violent, he can hurt someone with his simple strength that he does not always control.

6. The Rottweiler

Formerly used as a herdsman, the Rottweiler is now often present alongside the police and is one of the dogs that bite the most in France. A dozen countries consider it dangerous and its possession is also regulated or simply prohibited as in certain parts of Switzerland. The dog originating from Germany takes its name from the city of Rotweill, unlike the poodle which does not take its name from the city of Cannes.

Top 10 most banned dog breeds in the world
Photo credits (CC BY 2.0): Phil Sangwell from United Kingdom

7. The Canary Islands Mastiff

Historically used as a hunting dog, a combat dog or as a herdsman (which means cattle herder), the Canary Mastiff is regulated in eight countries. Once again it all depends on his education because they say he can be as peaceful and calm as a teenager listening to Tryo in his room. The growth of the Canary Mastiff is extremely long because it reaches its adult size generally around two and a half years.

8. Akita Inu

Even though the akita inu is the very definition of cuteness, its presence and possession is regulated in nearly five countries including Ireland and Spain. This little ball of hair (well little, it’s not a kitten either) from Japan is considered a “dog / cat” in terms of education, it does not support power relations and missing its education can have repercussions in adulthood. On the other hand, he rarely tolerates other dogs of the same sex, whether they are of the same breed or other large volumes, and all this plays out once again during education.

9. Fila brasileiro

A dog that has quite a story, this giant of the molossoid family (it already arises there) that was used to pursue deserters and slaves in Brazil. Its name means “catch, hold, don’t let go” and quite frankly it’s quite a deterrent as it is. The animal is therefore regulated or prohibited in more than ten countries and some classify it as a dangerous dog for which a possession permit is required. And at the same time with this image he could enter the list of dogs in photos that are too sad.

10. The Poodle

An extremely dangerous and violent animal, it is even thought to be the origin of the myth of the Beast of Gévaudan. The poodle is what was long called “the curly death” in the Middle Ages, which explains why many old ladies use it as a defense dog, especially since it is one of the most popular dog breeds. smart. Feeding mainly on adult bears that he hunts shamelessly, the poodle should logically be banned in all countries of the world, but he is far too clever for that.

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