9 Worst Dogs For Kids

Chow Chow: Known for their aloof nature and potential aggression, especially towards strangers.

Chihuahua: These small dogs can be territorial and prone to snapping if not socialized properly.

Dalmatian: While they can be great family dogs, some Dalmatians have high energy levels and may not tolerate rough handling.

Australian Cattle Dog: Highly active and known for herding instincts, they may nip at children's heels in an attempt to herd them.

Alaskan Malamute: Strong and independent, they require experienced owners to manage their energy and temperament.

Shar-Pei: Known for their wrinkled skin, they can be wary of strangers and may not tolerate the unpredictability of young children.

Rhodesian Ridgeback: They have a strong prey drive and may not be suitable for households with smaller pets or kids.

Shiba Inu: Independent and strong-willed, they may not be patient with the energy and curiosity of young children.