Owners of Afghan hounds should expect to spend many hours a week grooming their pets. The breed is also noted for being a little challenging for first-time dog owners.
Basenjis are loud. Instead of barking, they yodel or scream. Basenjis aren't the most obedient breed; they do what they want despite training.
The breed's diminutive stature, makes it feel the more compelled to protect itself. Aside from their owner, these canines can be extremely aggressive.
The breed has a reputation for being obstinate. It is possible for dogs to become fearful of strangers and even violent toward other dogs if they aren't properly taught.
Despite their kissability, this breed is not suitable for the average owner who enjoys cuddling. They are susceptible to eye diseases.
Unfortunately, they can also be as cunning as foxes despite their fox-like appearance. Regardless of how well-trained this breed is, it cannot be trusted off-leash.
The most problematic aspect of this breed is its constant need for exercise. Running, not walking, must be performed daily, and not only in brief spurts.
This majestic breed gives off bodyguard vibes. They're bred to protect and must be taught and trained to avoid being dominating.
The coat of a Pekingese dog requires a lot of work to maintain its health; it must be brushed frequently and trimmed to avoid becoming matted.
Sadly, the breed has been prohibited from many towns and cities, and even from certain nations, because it has been used for fighting.