“These Are Some Really Bad-A** Dogs,” said the 10-Pound Yorkie-Poo
Posted on June 9, 2015 by Joy of Living No comments
Bolt, the Yorkie-Poo guest blogger: Hi! Happy Tuesday! Since I am an early riser, I decided to come to the table today with another educational post. You know, sometimes I look in the mirror and see a vicious, formidable, and terrorizing creature. “I am tough. I am mean. I am the boss!” I will remind myself. However, despite these daily affirmations, I am still the same little 10-pound dog with black fur and the uncanny ability to roll to my side and pee a little when I greet you. A frightening presence I do not have!
However, there are several dog breeds out there that do take the cake when it comes to being mean. Sure, each of these breeds definitely has positive attributes, but they are also known for their aggressive side. Here are five of them…and just so you know…they cannot hold a candle to this sweet little Yorkie-Poo!
- The Great Dane – Yes, this dog can be a gentle giant if his owners work with him, but this breed can reach heights of up to 86 cm and can weigh up to 200 pounds. I’d say that it would be in your best interest not to upset him.
- The Boxer – This breed was used as early as World War I as an attack and guard dog. The Boxer is known for its powerful bite and strong jaws. He is very protective of his family, but can be quite headstrong.
- The Wolf Hybrid – All dogs are descendants of wolves, but when you cross breed them today, they can be skittish and unpredictable.
- The Malamute – The state dog of Alaska, this breed is best known for its sled dog prowess. They also have high prey drives, which can cause them to attack smaller animals.
- The Husky – Also a sled dog, this breed is athletic and energetic. They have a strong history as working dogs and were never intended to be social.
- The Yorkie Poo – Wait…what? Yeah, this dog is the most “vicious” of all. Known for its cute tail wags and love of falling asleep on your lap, he is one mean lover! However, DO NOT attempt to play with him while he dines, as he will become quite protective of the food bowl!
Thanks to therichest.com for this information. (Of course, I added that last part!)