10 Banned Dog Breeds Most People Want
Sometime during the late 1980’s, there was what some would call an epidemic of dog attacks by Pit Bulls, which led to a widespread ban of the breed in a lot of areas. The United Kingdom, for instance, banned the dog breed, and other countries decided they liked the law and implemented their own. In some areas where these dogs are legal, it could be near impossible for someone to get insurance. Here are ten banned breeds of dogs most people actually want.
The American Bulldog, although quite cute, is actually banned in Denmark and Singapore. These dogs were once used to catch wild hogs, so they can weigh several hundred pounds. Some grow larger, though.
Bandog is a term that has been used since the Middle Ages, and describes a large breed of dog that is generally let off the chain at night in order to protect the household from intruders. This usually includes Pit Bulls and Mastiffs.