Five Fierce Dog Breeds Your Family MUST Be Afraid Of
This is the ultimate list! These are the five breeds you MUST be afraid of.
Number Five: Maltese
Although this slacker breed likes to bark, it seems like a great choice for a pet. However, psychological tests reveal that this dog actually harbors feelings of repressed violence and deep feelings of resentment (because of its size and saccharine cuteness). Those buyers foolish enough to choose one of these dogs to be with their family soon find out what a mistake they have made. Although not usually violent, the Maltese will turn around in the middle of a grooming or play session and stalk off to be alone. This is obviously a dog to be afraid of.
Number Four: Yorkshire Terrier
This breed of dog was bred to be a killer of rats in the sweatshops of Old England and the killer trait still survives. They are most vicious when facing visitors and will attack and use their ankle-biting techniques to draw blood. Despite (or because of) their ability to hide in a purse, this breed's violence should never be underestimated.
Number Three: Pug
Since the introduction of the Men in Black movies, this dog has proliferated and become a threat to vet techs everywhere. The dog looks innocent enough with its smushed-in face and big eyes, but as soon as it is presented for a nail trim, it turns into a bloodthirsty killer. Anatomical limits prevent the dog being muzzled, and its chubby body cannot even be restrained like a larger dog. This dog may not have been bred to be dangerous, but it is.
Number Two: Papillon
This breed looks innocent enough. It will pounce around the home doing calculus homework or day trading until it's time to kill. We interviewed Jean Blue from Tennessee, a well known Papillon breeder, and she told us about the pack she keeps in her third floor walkup. “I started out with these dogs because I heard how smart they were and thought they would be great pets, but they get worse every day. The aliens taught them to pick the locks and now they get out when I am at work. These dogs have been responsible for the polar shift and the weather changes all around the planet.” You may not be afraid of this dog, but you should be.
Number One: Chihuahua
This breed of dog was originally bred for llama-baiting in the Chihuahua area of Mexico; after that sport was declared illegal, unscrupulous breeders selected these dogs to fight each other. (Or they were bred for meat? Maybe watchdogs? The sources vary on this one.) This breed of dog has now masqueraded as a pet and infiltrated the homes of many unsuspecting families. Although some countries have been wise enough to ban this vicious animal through BSL (breed specific legislation), in other areas it is still bred and kept as a family dog. The Chihuaua has the most powerful jaws of any known domestic animal, is able to lock its jaws and hold on while shaking its prey to death, and, most frightening of all, has a brain larger than the size of its skull and the pressure drives him into fits of frenzy.
We interviewed a Chihuahua owner (who asked that she be kept anonymous), and she told us of the trials she has faced with a yard full of these dogs. “I got this one male and all he does is lay around and growl at everyone. He ain't got no papers so I can't stud him out, and he only got one ball so he's firing blanks anyway. I wish I never would have got him.” That is a typical story. The breed attracts those buyers looking for a teacup dog that will fit in a purse but soon develops into a ferocious monster.
This is the most vicious breed of dog, one that no family should consider.