The USA's Riskiest Dog Breeds With a History of Aggression  

Understanding these breeds and their predispositions is crucial for responsible ownership and public safety. 

Pit Bulls often find themselves at the center of contentious debates surrounding dog aggression.  

While individual temperaments vary widely, the breed has historically been bred for bull-baiting and later dogfighting.  

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This background has led to a reputation for aggression, especially towards other animals.  

Despite their loyal and affectionate nature towards their families, Pit Bulls require responsible ownership and early socialization to mitigate potential risks. 

With a history as a herding and guard dog, Rottweilers are known for their confidence and protective instincts.  

While they can be loving and loyal companions, inadequate training or irresponsible ownership can result in territorial aggression. 

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