Cute but problematic dog breeds

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There's a dog for practically everyone, but you should think twice before adopting one of these. While they're all cute, they have qualities that make trouble also at home.

Puppy Trouble

This beautiful beast. The Afghan Hound's silky mane and beautiful appearance don't maintain themselves. Afghan grooming takes hours every week. It demands for inexperienced dog owners.

Afghani Hound

Bouviers are smart & stubborn. Their intelligence makes them good herders & police dogs. Their independence makes them a tough pet. They may look fluffy & cuddly, but formidable dogs. 

Flandres Bouvier

This sleek, cheerful breed rarely barks. Wow, right? Basenjis are loud. Instead of barking, they yodel or scream. Apartment dwellers may wish to avoid this breed unless they like the cops.


Chihuahuas are packed with personality. Because they're so small, you could think they're stuffed animals. Its diminutive stature makes it more defensive. These canines can be violent.


These lion-like dogs have great traits: They're as clean as cats & rarely smell like dogs. They're stubborn. Untrained, they may be wary of strangers & aggressive against other dogs.


Who can resist wrinkles? Despite being kissable, this breed isn't for cuddlers. They aren't nice with strangers or other dogs & have eye problems.


They have fox-like looks & are sly like foxes. Despite training, this breed can't be trusted off leash, according to the AKC. Shibas have cat-like personalities.

Shiba Inu

This dog's lovely coat, quickness, and seductive gaze earn it the nickname "grey ghost." This breed needs constant exercise. Daily running, not just brief bursts, is vital.


This majestic breed gives off bodyguard vibes. They're bred to protect & must be taught & trained to avoid being dominating.


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