The USA's Worst Dogs for Children 

Understanding these breeds and their traits can help families make informed decisions when choosing a dog.  

Unfortunately, Pit Bulls have earned a reputation for aggression, primarily due to their history in dogfighting. 

While individual Pit Bulls can be loving and loyal companions, their strong prey drive and powerful jaws can pose a risk, especially in households with small children who may inadvertently provoke them. 

Their size and power can inadvertently cause harm if not closely supervised. 

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Chow Chows are independent and aloof dogs that may not have the patience for the antics of children.  

They can be fiercely protective of their families, which may lead to aggression if they feel threatened or cornered.  

Early socialization and training are essential for Chow Chows to coexist peacefully with children. 

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