Do Not Adopt These Dog Breeds If You Don’t Want The Lady Luck To Leave You!
Did you wonder which dog breeds bring and which dogs ward off good luck? We made a list of the worst dogs to have in the house if you want the luck to be on your side. Check our list and avoid these dog breeds!
If you have an Akita, welcome your new habit – collecting dog hair all over your house! Also, such dogs can be aggressive and stubborn.
Since they take a bit more discipline than usual, you should check whether they didn’t dig holes somewhere again! Maybe it’s time to change the floors again?
The Bichon Frise is a dog that can’t stay alone – it needs socialization. But what to do if you haven’t got the extra time?
It’s a large dog. No, it’s a very HUGE dog! With big, floppy ears, you need to clean and check for infections – owners must also be ready for a dog that likes to run off and do its own thing.
Too much for small children. Way too much! These hyperactive dogs need to be outside and are quite demanding for exercise and attention.
Huffing, puffing and drooling that’s all about bulldogs. They are particularly sensitive to various health problems, with their eyes, breathing, bones or tail. So think twice before having this dog breed.
Known for loud barking and howling, and while it only has a short coat. Guess what? You can create whole other pup from beagles’ shed leftovers!
Aggression and fearfulness are the main treats of this breed. They need strict training and discipline, or they will be attacking strangers and other dogs.
Interesting facts: Chow Chow dogs are considered as “Chinese food.” Do you still want to have such a dog in your house?
For those who didn’t know: yes, cocker spaniels are smelling! They have a distinctive odour from the skin and ears. Eeww…
Chihuahuas are very noisy in the house, sometimes more than kids. Maybe it’s better to have a baby instead?
Corgis will be chasing you around the house and asking for attention. They are persistent barkers. Trust me – you will need earplugs!
One of the biggest challenges with Dachshunds is in housetraining, which takes some extra discipline – they are also quite vocal barkers. One more pair of earplugs, please!
Ah, Dalmatians! Deaf or hard of hearing! They might wear you out with the amount of exercise they need, and loud barking can be a nuisance (for sure!).
Did you know that Doberman Pinchers are aggressive with other dogs? Every time you are walking Doberman, you are supposed to work as a dog policeman and break up dog fights!
As they are limited in their running and swimming abilities – this is not the most active dog breed. Not the best companion when you want to take an active sports break from the computer, eh?
German Shepherd Dogs
Don’t leave your German Shepherd dog alone for too long. 90% sure you will end up with a messy house.
Golden Retrievers can easily put on weight if they don’t get enough exercise. Dealing with dog’s obesity? No, I am not in it!
If you don’t like to wake up early, forget about Great Dane! Or you want to take your dog to training classes on the other side of the city early in the morning? I bet you don’t!
Constant attention, a lot of brushing and haircuts, and also anxiety issues… Are you ready for all of these?
This is a very high-energy dog, and furthermore, this breed has an extensive chewing problem – chewed cables and computer parts are guaranteed!
Washing, washing and washing! That’s your usual daily routine if you have a Maltese. They also get unhappy in cold weather. Well, me too!
Keep your laptop or computer as high as possible! Because if you miss out – your expensive hardware will be all drooled and chewed. Such a surprise!
Do you have a lawn and want to have a Newfy? Say goodbye to your lawn! Newfies need their space to run around and get their exercise every day.
Record holder for drooling! What can be better than a slavering dog that is glutton with food? Like everything!
Even though they are laptop dogs, they consider themselves as “watchdogs.” Be ready to calm a Pomeranian dog every time your friends come for a visit!
Did you know that this dog breed likes independent standoffishness more than cuddling? The long, fine hair of Papillons means a high grooming level (Oh my God, AGAIN!).
What can be more tiring than giving lots of exercise, grooming and training to keep them in good shape and well-behaved every day?
Very controlling, difficult and dangerous with other people or animals. Be careful!
Here we go again – grooming and attention. If you don’t watch this dog, it might start to chew things and damage your home. Imagine how angry you will be!
Big lickers! Be ready to clean s saliva from everything. These are not always the most sociable dogs; they can be difficult with other dogs and strangers.
Attention to all who like smoking! You can’t smoke if you have Shih Tzu in the house, or you want to be a death reason for your dog?
Every husky dog has Houdini Magic. You blinked – and your dog already escaped. Now, you are supposed to hunt every corner to find this fluffy magician!
Vislas aren’t happy to be left on their own, so how can you gamble then? Good question. If vizsla gets bored, you will deal with broken things in the house.
Forget about your hair because now you have to do daily brushes and make regular haircuts! Dog saloon instead of a barbershop! Amazing! (no)
However, not all pets will keep your luck away.
The best solution for you is to…
ADOPT A CAT
Pros of having a cat
— First and foremost – this colour of a cat brings luck and financial stability!
— Cats do not require a lot of maintenance.
— There is no need to walk a cat or play with it – cats are very independent pets.
— They will help you not to feel lonely and lower your stress level.
— And of course – cats do not shed this much as dogs!
Okay, if you still want a dog, we know the breed that can bring luck to your life
Chinese Crested Dog
Though fragile, this dog is active and athletic, friendly, and easy to train, and they have a unique appearance – mainly hairless but with large outbursts of hair.
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