10 WORST GUARD DOG BREEDS
We are counting down our top picks on the top 10 worst guard dog breeds.
1. Labrador Retriever
Labrador Retriever labs are one of the friendliest dog breeds, you will ever meet. They’re also highly intelligent and love to please. It’s hard to find a Labrador Retriever that does not like every person she meets happy go lucky she would gladly show you where her owner keeps his best stuff.
2. Golden Retriever
Golden retriever social and friendly they are a friend to everyone they meet the golden is just a friendly dog while he loves his owner, he’s the type that would go home with anybody, energetic pooches, they are best suited for the active outdoorsy family, all these dogs love to assist in hunting and other outdoor activities, they cannot assist in guarding your home.
3. Irish Wolfhound
Irish Wolfhound known as the Greyhounds of Ireland. These dogs are strong and fast, very friendly, Irish Wolfhounds get along with everything and everyone well someone may not want to risk a meeting with these large pooches, they’re actually affectionate to even strangers to top off that glowing description, these canines are intelligent and easy to train as well.
4. Saint Bernard
This is not just a really huge dog, the breed drools and tends to shed a whole lot safer learn to love children are friendly and even very patient with kids during play, because of the breeds loud bark and enormous size, they would most likely put up most house breakers. However, if a burglar did come into your house, a standard Saint Bernard dog would rather play with them than attack.
One of the best hunting dogs on the planet, the bloodhound boasts having an extremely sensitive nose. In fact, the best in the canine world, they have a wonderfully kind nature’s and are quite happy to greet everyone they meet, whether they know that person or not, they’re just to kind of be good guard dogs.
6. Basset Hound
The Basset Hound is such a laid back character, they may not be the smartest canine on the planet but they are the most loyal, they absolutely loved the great outdoors, and are very fond of picking up a scent that they can follow. The basset hound is such a late add on with everybody and other pets too. However they also get on with intruders and strangers, so not the best choice for a guard dog.
This is a large dog that has a very sweet temperament, they love children, and tend to bond firmly with their families. They don’t like to be left alone and are known to be one of the gentle giants that although may require regular exercise can perfectly be contented to just lie around your house all day long, because of their extremely laid back personality Newfoundland’s are the least effective guard dogs.
Pug the charming and beguiling pug is known to be a good temper, laid back character. You’re very clever little dogs, hence they are excellent when it comes to obedience because of pugs mission in life is the please be like to lead a quiet, relaxed life, and they adore, all human contact, which could include giving a warm welcome to win intruder.
9. English Bulldog
English Bulldog used to have a reputation for being aggressive, but this trait has been bred out of them over recent years, these days this lovely loving breed has a super temperament, which is very similar to that of a pug English Bulldogs love everyone children, other pets, and people they don’t actually know.
10. Siberian Husky
Siberian Huskies do not make good guard dogs. They’re not a guardian breed as they lack natural aggression, and they are notoriously difficult to train. They love people, and are more concerned with who will play with them, not who shouldn’t be there. Huskies are not aggressive possessive or suspicious dogs. This makes them great dogs for a family, but not so great as guard dogs.