My sweet pup Rosie just turned 5 years old.

My wife and I adopted Rosie just before her third birthday. We were told that she's a lab/retriever mix, but if you were to see her you wouldn't guess it. A lot of people assume she's part boxer (she does tend to bat at or "box" other dogs when playing with them) or pit bull; I think she looks strikingly similar to a Southern Ker.

Really, we don't know what Rosie is. But she's a beautiful dog with a wonderful temperament and personality.

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The website Inside Dogs World released a list of the 10 Most Dangerous Dog Breeds in the World. "Almost all dogs can cause unimaginable damage and danger, but certain breeds are more prone to showing dangerous reactions and cause fatalities," the article reads. "These breeds should be the most attentive to, socialized and trained obedience so that they can live happily in various households and situations!"

According to Inside Dogs World, the top 10 most dangerous dog breeds are:

10. Great Dane
9. Boxer
8. Wolf Hybrid
7. Alaskan Malamut
6. Siberian Husky
5. Bullmastiff
4. Dobermann Pinscher
3. German Shepherd
2. Rottweiler
1. Pitt Bull

Inside Dogs World explains why each breed is considered dangerous which you can read here.

Do you agree with this list? What's your experience with these dogs been like?

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