- Anonymous1 month agoFavorite Answer
owner's fault if it is agressive and you do not evoke it to happen.
overall they aim to kill because instint, like all dogs they are wild
- 1 month ago
You got the wrong dog if you wanna kill stuff. My big strong American Staffordshire bull terrier can kill anything and everything. Be tough get a pit.
- LorraineLv 71 month ago
Sigh.... they don't. Not where I live in the UK anyway. But then the way they are treated as guard dogs around the world and left with no training and encouraged to be unfriendly it is hardly surprising and unfortunately you have the other side where some people claim they are their 'fur babies' and think it's funny when their dogs 'protect them' or have no manners. Some of them need to do more than just be 'pets' as they are working dogs.
Breeding / genetics comes first and then handling. Bred and brought up well they are FABULOUS dogs.
- 1 month ago
My cousin's mother had a Rottweiler once and wasn't dangerous at all.
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- Anonymous1 month ago
Erm..... Let's see...... What is spelled b-a-d-o-w-n-e-r-s? Oh wait let's see.... It is too hard for the troll
- VeschengroLv 71 month ago
If they are trained correctly then they dont as a rule.... Baby Blue....
So why do you believe that they do.....Do tellSource(s): Baaaaaaaaaaaah