A dog can be taught to be aggressive, no matter what its breed — and so-called “aggressive” breeds can raised to be loving members of a family Certain breeds, like the German Shepherd, Pit Bull, Rottweiler, Doberman and Mastiff, are disproportionately chosen as personal protection dogs and are more likely to be raised and trained to be aggressive — often by dog owners who lack good training skills.
This can lead to a dog who is aggressive out of fear, rather than by nature.
Guys, is the reason why I never get approached, because I am not very attractive or because I am intimidating looking?
Failing that a 100 rd burst of 5.56 in their direction would probably motivate flight over fight response. Since all bans are based on looks, I like to do as much as is legal. That's how intimidating my guns are....course could have been just the wind...nah!
She’s done it all; dating sites, meeting guys at cons, the comic store, chatting up friends from class and at work.
If a woman keeps hearing from men that she’s “intimidating”, what is she supposed to do – besides start approaching men who have more self-confidence and fewer issues?
Unfortunately, because certain breeds are favored by people who want to raise guard dogs, these breeds are often assumed to be naturally aggressive.
Pit Bulls are a good example of a breed that has gotten an unwarranted reputation as aggressive and dangerous.