German Shepherds, Staffys and Jack Russell Terriers are the Albury breeds most likely to have some bite behind their bark.
Data from Albury City Council showed the three breeds were most responsible for dog attacks across the area, but the amount of attacks has declined after last year.
There have been 37 dog attacks in the local government area in 2016/17, compared to 47 in 2015/16.
Albury council reminded residents there was heavy penalties for dog offences.
The owner of an animal responsible for an attack can be fined $550 and having an uncontrolled dog in public can cost the owner $440.
Dogs can also be classed as a public nuisance, menacing or dangerous and given restrictions.
Reported dog attacks in the former Corowa Shire Council have remained relatively steady since 2013, peaking at six attacks in the April to June 2015 quarter.
The shire reported only two attacks in the July to September 2016 quarter.
The former Urana Shire Council had the lowest rate of dog attacks, with only four reported between January 2013 and September 2016.
Reported dog attacks in the Greater Hume Shire have decreased generally since 2013, with sporadic spikes.
In July to September 2013 attacks peaked with 16 reported, before figures dropped to five in October and December 2013.
Greater Hume recorded their lowest number of dog attacks, in data provided to the office of local government, in January to March 2016 with only two incidents, but returned to six attacks in July to September 2016.