Many countries around the globe have been participating in the ban of dogs that are considered to be aggressive. Over the years, experimentation with the domestication of dogs has included experiments in which forced interbreeding and medical testing continue. It isn’t surprising that some dogs that are the products of these tests, do not fit our conventional lifestyles and have been labelled as ‘too dangerous’ to fit into an ideal household. A ban on these dogs is an outdated and unfair legality but remains the norm in many countries, especially since there isn’t much of a hue and cry on the subject of removal of these bans. Certainly, a more benign side exists to the ban. As most of the dogs on this list are bred as fighting dogs, legislation to stop breeding reduces the likeliness of conducting this ugly sport. However, due to changes in legislature and so forth, it is unlikely that any more dogs will be added to the list, especially in the United States.