9 dogs that are banned around the world

Pit Bull Terrier: Pit Bull Terriers, including American Pit Bull Terriers, American Staffordshire Terriers, and Staffordshire Bull Terriers

1. Rottweiler: Rottweilers are banned or restricted in some countries and municipalities due to concerns about their size, strength, and potential for aggression.

1. Doberman Pinscher: Doberman Pinschers are subject to restrictions or bans in some countries and regions due to their reputation as guard dogs and their history of being used for security purposes.

1. German Shepherd: German Shepherds may be subject to breed-specific regulations in some areas due to concerns about aggression, particularly if they are used as guard or protection dogs.

1. American Bulldog: American Bulldogs are banned or restricted in some countries and municipalities due to concerns about aggression and public safety.

1. Siberian Husky: Siberian Huskies may be subject to breed-specific regulations in some areas due to concerns about their high energy levels and potential for escape.

Wolf-Dog Hybrid: Wolf-dog hybrids, which are crosses between domestic dogs and wild wolves, are banned or restricted in many places

1. Japanese Tosa: Japanese Tosas, also known as Tosa Inus, are banned or restricted in several countries due to their reputation as fighting dogs and concerns about aggression.

1. Fila Brasileiro (Brazilian Mastiff): Fila Brasileiros are banned or restricted in some countries due to their history as guard dogs and their perceived aggressive tendencies.