10_Boer_Boel

The Boer Boel is a large, mastiff dog breed from South Africa which was bred for the purpose of guarding a home or farm.

These dogs were often a first line of defense against predators and were valuable in tracking and holding down wounded game. Bore Boels are loyal but very protective of their families.

Restrictions:
In 2002, Romania prohibited the import of the Boerboel, and restricted ownership to those with a court order allowing them to own the dog.
In 2010, the Boerboel was banned in Denmark for being a fighting dog.[14] In addition, it appears on the Wikipedia list of dog fighting breeds.
In 2011, Russia deemed the Boerboel an “especially dangerous breed,” subject to mandatory registration and certification.
Ukraine classifies the Boerboel as a dangerous dog, subject to mandatory microchipping, muzzle, and civil liability insurance.
The Boerboel is also banned or prohibited in:
France, Fairfield, Iowa, Malaysia, Qatar, Geneva, Switzerland, Mauritius, Bermuda, Tunisia, Faroe Islands
Turks and Caicos

Importation of the Boerboel is illegal/banned in:
Singapore–currently existing dogs must have insurance in the amount of not less than $100,000, sterilization, microchipping, and muzzle.[25]
Denmark–currently existing dogs must be muzzled and leashed at all times in public.[26]
Romania–owners must be at least 18 years of age, and be certified psychologically fit to own a dog of this breed.