US vet Dr.Terrell ignited debate with her amusing list of the worst dog breeds she would never acquire.
. Do you agree?
Five dog breeds that a veterinarian says are the worst have been listed here, and you might be surprised by the selections.
Dr. Terrell used TikTok to talk about the breeds, stressing that it was just for fun and that it was her opinion (“and her opinion only”).
She participates in the well-known “five-things challenge” by posting under the handle dr. terrellpetvet and ranks hairless dogs as number five.
She assures the audience that “the dogs themselves are fine.” “I’m not a fan of hairless animals. They are greasy and zitty, just like cats.”
She then quickly shifts to talking about Chihuahuas, calling them “ankle biters” despite the fact that they are the most popular dog breed on Instagram.
She continues, “Not my cup of tea.” They are concerned that they will be stepped on. She notes that they are typically one-person dogs and that they can be very affectionate.
The third-place finisher was brachycephalics. Pugs, Shi Tzus, Bostons, and other breeds with flattened muzzles are included in this category.
French Bulldogs and Pugs are currently prohibited in the UK due to “dangerous” over-breeding concerns, and it is well known that flat-faced breeds can have a number of health problems, including eye and skin disease, breathing obstructions, and spinal deformities.
Before listing other common illnesses like their propensity to be gassy, Dr. Terrell remarks, “Some of them are so cute and so sweet but they can’t breathe. “I’m not interested, dog.”
German Shepherds and Belgian Malinois are in second place. The majority of the dogs we see in clinics want to bite your face off because they are not properly trained, despite the fact that they have the potential to be excellent dogs, good police dogs, and good in rescue-type situations, according to the expert.
If owners spend the time to socialize and train their German Shepherds, they are renowned for making good family dogs. A renowned dog trainer issued a similar warning in June 2022, stating that if irresponsible breeding and inexperienced ownership continue, Belgian Malinois may be outlawed.
However, Doodles claim the top spot. She claims that “We’ve also got some extremely aggressive ones.” Many of them are insanely energetic and can’t sit still for two seconds. ” She also believes that they are demanding to maintain and are prone to ear infections. She adds, “I’d rather have a hound dog.”
In the comments section of the video, there was a discussion about how much people enjoyed seeing a vet with a Basset Hound.
One chuckled, “Doodle owners fighting for their lives over their mutt in the comments.” With more than 22,500 responses so far, another person chimed in, “I have a Pug and he’s perfect.