The term covers several breeds, including the American Pit Bull Terrier. They're strong and can be protective, but when not trained or socialized properly, they might exhibit aggressive behavior.
Rottweilers are powerful and loyal. Poor training or socialization can lead to aggression, especially when they feel their family is threatened.
Known for their intelligence, they can be protective. Without proper guidance, they might display aggression, particularly in situations they perceive as threatening.
While not inherently aggressive, Huskies have an independent nature. Without proper care, training, and exercise, they might show behavioral issues.
Bullmastiffs are protective by nature. Without proper training, they might display aggression toward strangers or other animals.
Akitas are known for their loyalty and can be wary of strangers. If not socialized and trained well, they might show aggression.
Chow Chows can be aloof and protective. Without early socialization and training, they might show aggression.
Malamutes are strong-willed and have high energy. Without proper guidance and stimulation, they might display aggression, especially toward other dogs.