Banned Dog Breeds in India: Understanding the Reasons

About banning of dogs in India

Of recently Indian government has banned 22 dog breeds due to safety concern. These 22 varieties are considered as perilous, and their assaults could present dangers to people. Here is the complete list of prohibited canine varieties in Indi and  details are provided here why they have banned and interesting facts about these dogs .
1.Pitbull and Pitbull Terrier
   Reason for Ban: These breeds are known for their strength, agility, and protective instincts. However, they can be aggressive and pose a risk to humans and other animals.
   History: Pitbulls were originally bred for bull-baiting and later as fighting dogs. Their powerful jaws and tenacity make them potentially dangerous.

 2.To sa Inu:
   Reason for Ban: Tosa Inu, a Japanese breed, is large and muscular. It has a strong territorial instinct and can be unpredictable.
   -History: Tosa Inu was bred for dog fighting in Japan.

 3. American Staffordshire Terrier:
   -Reason for Ban: Similar to Pitbulls, these terriers have a history of aggression.
   History: Originally bred for bull-baiting, they were later used in dog fighting.

 4. Fila Brasileiro (Brazilian Mastiff):
   - Reason for Ban: Known for their loyalty, they can be overly protective and aggressive.
   - History: Used for guarding livestock and property.

 5. Dogo Argentino:
    Reason for Ban: Large, muscular, and territorial. Can be aggressive.
   History: Bred for hunting large game.

 6. American Bulldog:
   Reason for Ban: Aggressive tendencies.
   History: Originally farm dogs, they were also used for hunting and guarding.

 7. Boesboel:
   Reason for Ban: Extremely protective and territorial.
   History: Bred for guarding and protection.

 8. Kangal:
   Reason for Ban: Large and powerful, used for livestock protection.
   History: Originated in Turkey.

9. Central Asian Shepherd Dog and Caucasian Shepherd Dog:
   Reason for Ban: Protective and territorial.
   History: Used for guarding livestock.

10. South Russian Shepherd Dog (South Russian Ovcharka):
   Reason for Ban: Aggressive behavior.
   History: Bred for herding and guarding.

 11. Tornjak and Sarplaninac:
   Reason for Ban: Protective and territorial.
   History: Used for guarding livestock.

12.Japanese Tosa and Akita:
   Reason for Ban: Aggressive tendencies.
   History: Originally bred for fighting and hunting.

   Reason for BanLarge and powerful.
   History: Used as guard dogs.

 14. Rottweiler:
   Reason for Ban: Aggressive behavior.
   History: Originally used for herding and guarding.

 15. Terriers:
   Reason for Ban: Various terrier breeds can be aggressive.
   History: Terriers were bred for hunting and vermin control.

16. Rhodesian Ridgeback:
   Reason for Ban: Strong-willed and protective.
   History: Bred for hunting lions in Africa.

 17. Wolf Dogs:
   Reason for Ban: Wolf-dog hybrids can be unpredictable.
   History: Bred by crossing wolves with domestic dogs.

 18. Canario:
   Reason for Ban  Aggressive tendencies.
   History: Bred for dog fighting.

 19. Akba and  Moscow Guard:
   Reason for Ban: Protective and territorial.
   History: Used for guarding livestock.

20.Cane Corso (Italian Mastiff):
   Reason for Ba: Aggressive behavior.
   History: Originally bred for hunting and guarding.

 21. Bando:
   Reason for Ban: Aggressive tendencies.
   History: Bred for guarding and protection.


Remember that responsible pet ownership and proper training are essential for any dog breed. While some of these breeds have a history of aggression, individual behavior can vary. The ban aims to prevent incidents and promote safety.
If you need further details or have any other questions, feel free to ask. 

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