Top 10 Most Dangerous, Expensive, Loyal, Fascinating Dog Breeds

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Calling them “man’s best friend” may be a cliché, but no description is more apt to describe the relationship of humans with these fascinating creatures. Loyal, smart, protective, fun and playful, dogs have served as man’s ultimate companion since time immemorial.

But did you know that a dog’s loyalty to his master can reach enormous, fascinating levels? Yes, there are dog breeds which are amazingly loyal to their owners.

What other “mosts” are there when it comes to these canines which man has considered to be his best friend since time immemorial? How about the world’s most expensive dog breed? Or the most dangerous? Or you probably are hoping to own a canine breed which is considered to be one of the most fascinating. Some of these dogs will be too big to fit through the average dog doors, and others will break your banks.

Here, we will take a look at the world’s most amazing dog breeds – and describe what is it exactly that makes them so outstanding. A large database of dog names to help you pick the perfect name for your puppy!

Counting Down the Top 10 Most Amazing Dog Breeds

If you’re thinking of a breed of dog to take care of, it is good to have an idea about what its temperament is, its characteristic and what makes it unique. [Owning a Dog] A large database of dog names to help you pick the perfect name for your puppy!

To help you out, we will have a countdown of the top 10 most amazing dog breeds – ranging from the most dangerous, loyal, fascinating, popular and expensive breeds that you can buy.

1. Dog Breed: Doberman pinscher

Distinction: One of the most dangerous dog breeds in the world.

doberman pinscher

With their tall and compact bodies, dark color and alert ears, it is easy to see why the Doberman Pinscher as a dog breed is considered to be one of the most dangerous dog breeds in the world. Simply referred to as Doberman, this canine breed originated from Germany.

Generally, a domesticated Doberman is loyal, intelligent and alert. If you own this dog breed, they will be particularly loyal to you and aggressive towards strangers. They also do not like rivalry with other dogs.

What makes caring for a Doberman pinscher particularly dangerous is when the owners lack guidance, subject them to abuse or if not enough attention is given to them – upon which they can become destructive, dominant and extremely aggressive. [Dog Behavior]

2. Dog Breed: German Shepherd

Distinction: One of the most dangerous dog breeds in the world.

german shepherd

Another German breed of dog which is considered to be one of the most dangerous in the world is the German Shepherd. Unlike the Dobermans, this breed of canine does not have a particularly menacing look because they have a long coat and a generally mild-looking face.

However, they are extremely intelligent, strong and obedient, which is probably the reason why most police and military establishments employ them as guard dogs. Another characteristic of the German Shepherds which makes them particularly dangerous is their aggression towards smaller dog breeds.

3. Dog Breed: Rottweiler

Distinction: One of the most dangerous dog breeds in the world.


Did you know that Rottweiler is also known as Butcher dog? This canine breed ranks third in our list of the most dangerous dog breeds in the world. They are energetic, intelligent and hardy animals.

The thing which makes Rottweiler – and any dog breed for that matter – become dangerous is when they are subject to abuse and neglect. They also become a hazard to the community if they do not have sufficient training when it comes to mingling with humans or other animals.

In addition, Rottweilers are aggressive towards other dogs of the same sex. If you have cats and birds in the house, they might also exhibit aggressive behavior towards them.

4. Dog Breed: Samoyed

Distinction: One of the most expensive dog breeds in the world.


Next, we will take a look at a few of the most expensive dog breeds in the world. This ‘luxury’ dog breed has a price ranging from around $3,000 to $8,000.

What makes the Samoyed breed particularly expensive is the fact that they are among the ancient dog breeds that have been around for the last three centuries.

There are also a dwindling number of Samoyed dog breeders which is another reason why an owner needs to pay an arm and a leg to call this canine breed his or her best friend.

5. Dog Breed: English Bulldog or British Bulldog

Distinction: One of the most expensive dog breeds in the world.

english bulldog

How would you feel about owning a dog breed which is also owned by the British royals? In the United States in particular, English or British bulldogs are both expensive and popular. This breed of dog is also favored by a lot of men who see the breed as being a symbol of masculinity and tenacity.

If you’re thinking about a breed of dog to buy and you are willing to shell out the money for it, then you might as well go with one of the most popular and expensive dog breeds in the world – the British or English bulldog. A typical English bulldog puppy can cost you anywhere from $2,000 to $5,000.

6. Dog Breed: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Distinction: One of the most expensive dog breeds in the world.

cavalier king charles spaniel

To cap off our list of the most expensive dog breeds, there is the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel which can cost anywhere from $800 to about $3,500 for a puppy. What makes the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel expensive and special is that they are the ultimate definition of a man’s best friend.

When you look at their puppy-dog eyes, their rich coats and their small, compact bodies, it is easy to see why anybody would want to spend a significant amount of money just to be able to own a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppy. [Adorable Dog Breeds]

7. Dog Breed: Labrador Retriever

Distinction: One of the most popular dog breeds in the world.

labrador retriever

Finally, we’ll move on to some of the most popular dog breeds in the world. First, there’s the Labrador Retriever. They are among the world’s most popular dog breeds according to the American Kennel Club because of their friendly demeanor.

If you would like to purchase a dog breed which is great with kids and works as a great solo companion as well, then you can never go wrong by choosing to care for a Labrador Retriever.

8. Dog Breed: Golden Retriever

Distinction: One of the most popular dog breeds in the worlds.

golden retrieverGolden Retrievers rank next to the Labrador Retriever as the most popular dog breeds in the world. This cousin breed is almost synonymous with the dog that almost every average American family has.

What’s so good about this breed of canine is that they are gentle by nature and their temperament is suitable for kids and all members of the family to play with.

Despite their large size, they do have a way with kids which make for the perfect canine friend. Just make sure that you have enough room for them to grow, because they can weigh as much as 90 pounds.

9. Dog Breed: Yorkshire Terrier

Distinction: One of the most popular dog breeds in the world.

yorkshire terrier

Yorkshire Terrier dogs are small pooches which are also an ideal family dog. Let’s say that you live in an apartment which allows pets – but there isn’t much room for the dogs to move around. Naturally, you would be selecting a breed which is small in nature – and the Yorkshire Terrier is perfect for such a setup.

10. Dog Breed: Dachshunds

Distinction: One of the most popular dog breeds in the world.

dachshundsThis dog breed with a unique name, Dachshund, is also known as wiener dogs. They do have a unique body shape and they are known for their playful and sometimes ferocious nature.

There are different kinds of Dachshunds that you can own – including the long-haired, standard Dachshunds which has a calm demeanor, or the wire-haired Dachshund which has a personality more like the terrier’s.

Now that you already have an idea about the world’s most expensive, dangerous and popular dog breeds, which one are you planning to own?

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  1. Stacy says:

    I have a dog who is a mix but seems to have part German Shepherd and part Doberman and she is probably the most harmless dog in the world :) Funny how that works out.

  2. Lucia says:

    ANY dog is dangerous if it abused or improperly treated or negligently trained. There are far more responsible owners of your so called “dangerous breeds” than there are serious incidents involving your list.
    All pet owners should be properly educated in the handling of their pets. Strong-willed dogs require consistent training. Owners are responsible for their animals. Stop blaming the animals for their idiot owners.
    I have owned Rottweilers for years. Ask any of the neighborhood children who have grownup with my dogs — they are sweet and gentle. I trained them. I am responsible for them. The safety and comfort of my neighbors was as an important factor in my ownership of Rottwielers as the companionship and protection my dogs provided me.
    I have encountered many, many well-trained German Shepherds. I have watched them play with smaller dogs.
    It really is time to blame incompetent owners and not the dogs.

  3. Yun says:

    How “dangerous” a dog is depends almost entirely on its training and socialization (or lack thereof). But if you must make a list, here’s one that actually has scientific basis:

  4. Lauralie says:

    You have got to be kidding me about some of your statements on the German Shepherd… I grew up with a GSD who loved everybody and everything, and I am a current owner of one, that is well socialized… He gets bit all the time by little dogs for nothing, and doesn’t retaliate just looks at them like “what did it do”… I use to work for an animal shelter for several years, I never had a problems with any GSD, or other large breed, but had problems with little dogs they would bite you faster than any large dog.

  5. GSD says:

    Should have added, the rottie bitch I mentioned lived with small birds, both of whom she plays with. And her cats often beat her up.

    i also know FIVE rotties, different homes, who are so very neglected it makes me sick, no socialization, beaten, and left in their back yard 24/7 who are DOLLS. They put on a big act to scare you away until you come into their yard, then their tails (or nubs in some cases) loosen, their heads lower and they GRIN their butts off at having a friend.

    I am not advocating abuse, neglect, or cruelty in any way, not all dogs come out okay from being abused, many turn severely aggressive from fear and lack of good experiences with people.

  6. Nicole says:

    To Stacy – same… Go Figure I have 2 german shephard x rotty boys and they are the most gentle good natured boys you could ever meet.. friendly with other dogs and people and very gentle with kids and me…. I totally agree that owners and humans being the so called ‘higher species’ shouldn’t blame the dog for its behaviour… I’m a first time dog owner with my 2 boys and I have had no problems at all… its all in the care, love, research and education of yourself on how to best train, care and provide for your dogs… People always come up to me at dogs parks and say “woo what cute dogs.. and always comment on how gentle and good natured they are..” then they’ll ask me what breed they are.. I’ll tell them and they will take a step back.. this at times annoys me because of a preconceived perception just because of their breed…

  7. hannah says:

    I Think Boxers should be on the list they are really quite expensive, very loyle and guarding plus strong.


    Really great bodys and a GREAT GREAT personality.

  8. Cathy says:

    German Shepherds are mean to smaller animals? Hahhaaah I’ll be sure to remember that when I think about how my deceased Lacygirl used to bring in our cats kittens from the yard and put them in their box. She wouldn’t let them wonder to far, and ya know why? Because they were bred to be HERDERS, hence, the SHEPERD name. She herded in anything that lived in our house whenever she felt they might not be safe. Heck, she even herded me in once when a pack of dogs came after me.

    Her and my chihuahua played all the time, she put up with my son’s pet rats, hampsters, mice, birds, lizards, and whatver else he DRUG home. If I allowed it in, she knew it was safe and need to be protected. Even if the rodent crawled all over her, she protected it. End of story to her gentle giant and HERDING INSTINCT.

  9. Cathy says:

    Another quick point about my German Shepherd. She WOULD take down ANY dog, pack of dogs no matter how many or what size if they ran after or scared or bit ANY child on our street. We had so many big dogs running lose that parents were scared to let children go to the bus stop unless MY dog was there. When a neighbor would get mad about the stray dogs and call the pound, they would always say, “Get lacy inside first before you call the pound” That was my ‘dangerous’ German Shepherd…hell, I had parents on the street pulling for my German Shepherd. One time a new child on the street went to the bus stop and was scared of Lacy for her sheer size, her father was going to call the pound. Our neighbors set him straight really fast. NO ONE takes our German Shepherd. She died five years ago and I am just now getting to where I want another big dog. This time I’m thinking about a Doberman. Just as loyal, just as smart, just as protective, but doesn’t shed as much, and isn’t usually quite as large. But, all three Shepherds I’ve had either in childhood or as an adult were superior loving protective but gentle sensitive hearted creatures who truly DO want to please their owners.

  10. Paula says:

    I have owned 4 samoyeds. They are well worth the money. Not having a dog “odor” is a huge plus. Amazingly enough, they stay white even when getting dirty. If you choose not to breed, the price of your samoyed drops dramatically making them quite affordable. This is a contract you make with the breeder at purchase. The samoyed is excellent with children and other dogs. I constantly get comments on her beauty and smiling face. Note: DO NOT purchase a samoyed if you are unwilling or unable to exercise or entertain your dog on a daily basis. They will get bored and be destructive.

  11. Dobe Lover says:

    you really need to do better research. Dobermans are far from dangerous just beucase they are a Doberman. You stated what makes the dog dangerous is lack of guidance and subjet to abuse and not enough attention. Heck a toy poodle or a chihuahua will be dangerous with the same treatment…Dobermans are very intelligent and loyal. They are extremely affectionate and lovingdogs. Any dog can be ‘aggressive’ to strangers, it’s the nature of the ‘beast’. Try owning a Doberman, you’ll be hooked for life…..

  12. michelle says:

    i have a german sheperd mix and she is now dangerous or aggresive at all…i think this list is a state of opion

  13. yoyo says:

    well i think dalmatian’s the best. all other dogs are nothing in front of a dalmatian dog.

  14. Nicole says:

    The most aggressive dogs I have EVER met are small spoilt rotten toy dogs that have no training or socialisation and tend to hang on the very end of their extender-leads barking, growly and showing it’s teeth while it’s twit of an owner is yelling at me from 7 metres away saying “don’t worry he’s friendly!”

    Sorry but any dog can become dangerous or agressive if not trained, socialised and loved by it’s owner!

  15. natasha says:

    How sad to see so many wonderful breeds incorrectly listed as dangerous dogs. I have had the pleasure of raising six beautiful Rottweiler’s. We have recently adopted an abused 3yo male Rottweiler who is one of the most placid and beautiful dogs I have ever owned. With only 8 months of love and affection our beautiful boy has managed to tolerate out female puppy and my 10yo son without any problems.

    With adequate socialisation and lots of love even the most horribly abused dog had learnt to relax around all types of dogs and people.

    I am of the belief that like any creature its all about the environment.

  16. raz says:

    Thanks for the laugh. What a hoot. I particularly like the photo of the baby dachy.

  17. kenzie says:

    Let me say that my family and I have grown up owning only German Shepherd dogs. They have been super nice to us, and even strangers they meet! We had kittens, cats, and little breeds of dogs. The all got along with eachother. The german Shepherd was not aggressive towards any of the animals. So I strongly disagree with the review these people gave of a german shepherd

  18. kevin says:

    i love dobermans how are they dangerous

  19. Dog lover says:

    Irishwolf hound’s are pretty expensive dog’s. They are the biggest dog’s in the world.I own 1 and because of her size some people think she is scary and dangerous. she’s not. Irishwolf hound’s are sometimes known as ‘the gentle giant’s of the doggy world’. My Irishwolf hound is such a lovely and friendly dog. despite her size she is claustraphobic and scared of the dark and she is extremely shy and gentle.she really is a gentle giant. :)

  20. saransh says:

    english mastiff is the most expensive dog and german shepherd is the most aggressive dog

  21. Felisa says:

    I have a german shephard, and she is the sweetest harmless dog ever! I love her and she’s so playful. I think that they can be dangerous, but it all depends how they’re raised and if they’re abused or anything. Plus, they’re size makes them look much more powerful and dangerous. But it all depends how you raise them, and I raised her as my little baby. She’s so spoiled and adorable. :)

  22. bella says:

    1st of all A mastiff should be on the list for one of the most expensive… Mastiffs run fron $1,500 to $5,000….
    Yea… really expensive… if you get them from a no-name breeder you if your lucky can get them for $600… Any why is there no pitbull on the list???? tell me why??

  23. jc says:

    i would own a german shepherd

  24. Swetha says:

    Ihave a dobourman dog which is so vigerously fights with one pomeranian…and killed it. So, be careful of dobourman. Its my kindest advice for every one……….

  25. DOBERMANN says:

    I have three Dobermans very nice dogs very smart and sly believe me, I don’t trust any dog, pure or cross breeds with kids at any age. YOU NEVER KNOW. Because you need to know the reason for any attack or see it to understand why it happens. A dog remembers too, It has a memory just like you and me. You look after it , It will look after you.

  26. Salafina says:

    I love Yorkshire Terrier!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I have one , too.
    My dog name is Berry and they are so cute

  27. Carolyn says:

    I feel the claims made about German Shepherds, Dobermans & Rottweiler being the most dangerous dogs is absurd. I think this claim is based on the authors own fear of large breed dogs. Any dog is capable of being dangerous. In my opinion small dogs are much more inclined to be dangerous, those are normally the dogs that never get proper training, ever hear of the term “ankle biter”. I once knew a Jack Russel that bit everyone in site.
    Shall we judge all people based on their race?

  28. Jayde says:

    I have a Doberman, and I couldn’t ask for a more passive animal! He is a proper watch dog, but he loves to play and look stupid.
    I remember while going out on walk, he was attacked by three toy dogs and he stood there and did nothing. He’s less dangerous that a bubble, and is more likely to get attacked by smaller dogs than attack anything else.

  29. aida says:

    i have 20 dogs and no im not a hoarder i have six maids that look after them. yes i am rich i have 5 german shepards 2 rotweilers and 8 samoyeds and more…..

  30. Jazz says:

    Very Interesting & Informative List

    I Love Maltese, Its missing form the list

  31. Tia says:

    I adopted a chihuahua, the first week that I rescued him he bit two dobermans and a rotti- a little blood drawn. However, now when the three large dogs see my chihuahua they run for the hills…my chihuahua is only five pounds and finally trained. Any dog that is untrained and abused can be dangerious regardless of size. Anyone who thinks that size matters in a dog in terms of aggression is foolish!

  32. Dog Club says:

    This fact is very much informative. Among these dogs, Yorkshire Terrier is the one that i adore a lot.

  33. Chi says:

    Your list is absolutely incorrect. The most dangerous dogs are: Presa Canario, Tosa inu, Fila Brasiliero, Dogo Argentino, Boerbull, Pitbull, BullMastiff, Rottweiler, Boxer, German Sheperd. You cannot say a German Sheperd or Rott are the most dangerous simply because they are very common. These dogs are far more dangerous. They are not as common and some of them are incredibly expensive. Some run between $1000 to $5000 for a pure breed.

  34. shi says:

    Well i think THE BEST DOG IS A LABRADOR!!!!!!

  35. bumblebaby says:

    I don’t think boxers are aggeraser.WE have 3 boxers.

  36. KAYLAN says:

    GERMAN SHEPHERDS AND ROTTWEILER ARE NOT MOST DANGEROUS DOG’IN THE WORLD I HAVE ONE AT HOME AND HE SAVED MY LIFE.TO ME NO DOG BREEDS ARE DANGEROUS.IT IS WHAT PEOPLE MACK THEM.BUT IF ALL DOG BREEDS ARE TRAINED THE RIGHT WAY NO DOG WILL BE DANGEROUS ANY MORE.SO BE GOOD TO YOUR DOG.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  37. Doberman and staff lover says:

    you really need to do better research. Dobermans are far from dangerous just beucase they are a Doberman. You stated what makes the dog dangerous is lack of guidance and subjet to abuse and not enough attention. Dobbies are very intelligent and loyal.… ur wrong Dobbies are amazing

  38. jacko says:

    If you want a real gaurd dog, get a red/blue heeler also known as the australian cattle dog. they are smart cunning and they attack from behind(depending on the situation). also if you have two in one group they work together. If you want the most ferocious dog i suggest the maremma sheep dog. One of the farms next door had 2 german shepherds our maremma grabbed one by the throat and the other one jumped in our ute to try and get away lol.

  39. Guenther Michaels says:

    I agree that you really should be more responsible in cyour comments about dangerous breeds. If you would take the time to do your homework.. you will find that the breed that is most reported for dog bites to humans is your friendly Labrador Retriever. not Dobermans, or Shepherds.

  40. Steve says:

    If you have young children, you should not own a dangerous dog. Some idiots think as much of the dog than they do of the child.

  41. Kitz says:

    Next door to my parents’ house lived a male rottweiler who was abused by their neighbor’s son. It used to dig under our fence, then come and snuggle with our male staffordshire bull terrier. Doesn’t sound aggressive to me!

  42. ABH says:

    i have a dobermann too and she is very loyal to the family and i rate them as the best breed i have ever had.

  43. System32 says:

    We’ve been taking care of dogs for 20 years and I find the smaller dogs and “popular” breeds are actually more disobedient and aggressive than the so called danger breeds.Funny how our labrador has growled and nipped at us quite a few times.

    Funny how my 120lb Bull mastiff that I raised by from a pup has never growled nor even shown any aggression towards me. Also took me just a little over an hour to teach our Mastiffs the basic dog tricks.

    Guard dog breeds need a dominant owner and once once you establish yourself as the alpha they are quite obedient.

    Whoever is that person that called a Bull mastiff a dangerous breed is sadly ignorant. Look it up. Bull mastiffs are actually very tolerant of children and rarely bite, even with intruders. Their instinct is to pounce or corner the intruder and wait for their master to assess the situation.

    We’ve taken care of numerous dog breeds but the Bull mastiffs are by far the best we’ve owned.

  44. maxamillion says:

    I like rottweilers I was told that rottweilers are loyar and freindly if you train them right

    I want a rottwiler. They are so cute, and golden retriever

  45. Ali says:

    huh? No live stock guardian breeds in the most dangerous dog category? Well I gotta give the person credit, they didn’t include pit bulls.

    But I’m well into the dog world. I volunteer at a shelter and I have my dog into agility. And I have never met a vicious german shepherd, doberman, or rottweiler. Some are a little wary when they first meet me but I never had to worry about them charging at me. My cat even chased a rottie out of are front yard! (It was my neighbors, they had three cats and the dog was taught never to “play” with them.)

    List needs revising.

  46. OHNO says:

    I got attacked by a german sheppard 6 years ago. Took off my arm. Then I was walking throu my neighborhood and got chased down by a rottwiler. I tried to outrun him but he chewed up my feet till they bled. Just last year, I was trying to kiss a Doberman through the fence but he bit my ear off.

    No, but for real… I did get bit by a chihuawa on my ankle one time out of nowhere??? Go figure!!!

  47. herb jones says:

    look people. rottweilers dobermans and pit bulls are dangerous dogs, period. don’t give me the old “any dog can be dangerous” BS. yes, that’s true; but we’re talking about general tendencies across breeds. goldens are gentle–in general–pit bulls are aggressive–in general. that’s why people get goldens for their kids, and pit bulls for fighting or intimidating people on the street. i’m just stating the obvious. of course the hard core defenders of dangerous dogs will deny and attack, just like the gun nuts who say that “guns don’t kill people, people kill people”. again, a truism that totally misses the point.

    get a dangerous dog (or perhaps better: a naturally *aggressive* dog) if you want a guard dog; get a gentle dog (a naturally more *passive* dog) if you want a pal that you can trust around strangers.

  48. J-Dub says:

    Why is it that my German Shepherd is one of the most dangerous breeds due to aggression against smaller breeds but She bows submissivly when she is attacked and bit without provocation by my neighbor’s Papillon.

    The statement “What makes caring for a Doberman pinscher particularly dangerous is when the owners lack guidance” sums up the danger in most dogs. People who are bad owners are far more common than bad dogs.

  49. w -hh says:

    I have 3 german shepherd and 1 saint bernard .all of them are loyal,intelligent and brave…

  50. Tom says:

    Herb Jones
    You sir are a good example of poor training.
    Any dog can be made aggressive, any dog can be
    made gentle. They are simple creatures once
    you learn how their minds work. I have taken
    a wolf and trained her to where I was not afraid
    to have her around children. I have seen a
    golden retriever that was trained to be very
    threatening and aggressive.
    Some people just should not own dogs, these are
    the people who want a pet. A dog is a sponge and will basically do what it is trained to do.
    If you are not as smart as your dog, which many
    are not, then you get dominant troublesome dogs
    with no decipline or order in their lives. If your want a pet, get a goldfish, if you want an
    extremely loyal companion, educate yourself about dog psychology, dog training, and research
    what breed would best fit your wants and needs.

    It’s not the dog, it’s the trainer. Your dog
    does what it is trained to do. Whether or not you know it, you are constantly training your dog with your actions, always. They are constantly learning, the training never ends.

    As far as the gun comment, you are so very
    wrong. I suppose you would have all guns
    confiscated so that only the people who are
    not honest and don’t tell you they have them
    will have guns. What do you suppose the guy
    that wants to harm someone else would do if
    he lost his gun? Would he suddenly decide not
    to harm or would he get a knife, or a hammer,
    or a rock, or a stick, or his trained killer
    dog and do what he was going to do in the first place. You people, sheesh!
    I would much rather live in a society where
    everyone was armed than one where wimps like
    you made the rules. I feel sorry for any dog
    that chose you to be it’s master.

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