Not Family Friendly: Dog Breeds That Might Cause Your Homeowners Insurance To Skyrocket

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Japanese Tosa

Many people have not heard of the Japanese Tosa. It is a relatively uncommon breed, and many countries have banned its people from keeping Japanese Tosas as pets, as they have such a bad reputation. Originally, they were bred as fighting dogs. However, most other fighting dogs only fight dogs, and do not bother other animals. Japanese Tosas, however, will fight anything, even their owner. Even proper training will not stop them at times, and once they begin to attack, it is nearly impossible to get them to stop. Therefore, it is highly inadvisable to own a Japanese Tosa if you have children.

Dogo Argentino

This particular dog was bred in Argentina, South America, in order to help humans with big-game hunting. It has also been used in law enforcement, and since it is so tough, it is a good fighting dog. Since it is so aggressive, it has been banned as a pet in over ten countries. Even if the dog has been trained, they might still attack humans, even their owners, without warning.

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