Dog Breeds Banned in India

In India, certain dog breeds are banned to protect public safety and reduce aggressive incidents.

Dogo Argentino

Dogo Argentinos, bred for big-game hunting, are banned for their strength and potential for aggression.

Pit Bull Terrier

Pit Bull Terriers are banned due to their powerful build and history of involvement in serious attacks.

Fila Brasileiro

Fila Brasileiros are banned because of their protective instincts and aggressive tendencies towards strangers.

Japanese Tosa

Originally bred for fighting, Japanese Tosas are banned due to their strength and potential danger.

American Bulldog

American Bulldogs are strong and protective, leading to their ban due to concerns about aggressive behavior.


Rottweilers are banned in some regions due to their powerful build and protective nature, posing potential risks.