10 Popular Dog Breeds Most People Regret Getting

1. Jack Russell Terrier

Without exercise, training, and playfulness, they'll bark, dig, and destroy everything you love. Without constant socialization, they can be snappy and aggressive. 

2. Dachshund

Mischievous and relentless, they were raised to pursue tiny prey. They need lots of activity like larger breeds before they'll snuggle beneath a blanket with you.

3. Samoyed

Samoyeds were workhorses like many northern breeds. When treated like family, they're powerful, energetic, and flourish.

4. Labrador

Labradors are low-maintenance big dogs. The problem is that America's preferred dog breed is typically promoted as the "perfect" dog. In advertising, they act like a lovable stuffed animal.

5. French Bulldog

Frenchies with separation anxiety bark neurotically until their owners return. This habit is cute or bothersome depending on your taste.

6. Collies

Collies, like most of these dogs, aren't awful. High-energy working dogs are great pets, but pet owners don't know how much work they require to train.

7. Rottweiler

Large dogs are more at danger of serious injury and euthanasia. Rottweilers are not aggressive, yet they are fierce protectors. Starting with gentle, authoritative training is essential. 

8. Husky

Beautiful dogs, they love talking to their owners. However, these discussions can become arguments. They're strong-willed and developed to pull sleds in Siberian tundras.

9. Shiba Inu

Shibes are stubborn despite their modest stature and teddy bear-like appearance. One of the most independent dog breeds. Although they'll play with you, they're more independent than affectionate. 

10. Akita

Ignore Akitas if the Shiba Inu seems like a headache—they're gigantic versions of them. Large game hunters, even after generations, prefer working over resting.

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