Finding the perfect pet is difficult when there are so many different breeds to choose from. In this article, we will discuss the 30 most annoying or worst behaved dog breeds. Some of these dog breeds can give you sleepless nights.

#1 Mini Dachshund

Mini Dachshunds are game for anything as they are normally tireless, but they are not good for running, swimming, leaping. They are good watchdogs which are bred to hunt and are smart and vigilant. As they are bred to be an independent hunter, they can be stubborn and rash. With proper obedience training, their bad behavior can be controlled.

#2. Alaskan Malamutes

These are very large dogs bred just for the purpose of hauling loads. They have a strong drive to capture prey. They can attack other pets as well as children.

#3. Chow Chows

They are small dogs but have strong protective instincts. They are ferocious, aggressive, and are responsible for dog bite attacks.

#4. Dalmatians

The Dalmatians are friendly and loyal companions to humans but they can attack strangers owing to the short temper nature. They originated as hunting and war dogs.

#5. Doberman Pinschers

The Doberman Pinschers are basically personal protection dogs and have traits like aggressive behavior, smart, intelligence, independence,etc. They normally tend to show hostility to strangers

#6. German Shepherds

German Shepherds are the cutest and popular dog breed around the world.They can attack other dogs and humans if they are not trained properly. Its essential to train them to behave socially as well.

#7. Great Danes

Great Danes are originally from Germany and fall in the category of hunting dogs. They weigh up to 200 pounds. They are not so aggressive normally but without proper training, they can inflict injuries to others.

#8. Pit Bull Terriers

Pitbull Terriers are the most aggressive and notorious of all the dog breeds. They can be aggressive to both strangers as well as family members. They fall in the category of fighting dogs and are known for its aggression, strength, and ruthless behavior.

#9. Rottweilers

Rottweilers are basically guard dogs and have a lot of strength. They are loyal to the owner and can be aggressive to strangers. They are pretty protective of their territory.

#10. Siberian Huskies

They are hard to train dog breeds and are often responsible for destroying property. They attack other pets and even small children. So it’s extremely important to make sure to train these Huskies.

#11. Wolf Hybrids

The behavior of Wolf Hybrids is often unpredictable. They are usually timid around people but retain the predatory instincts of wolves as they were crossbred with wolves. These wolf hybrids are considered by the Humane society as wild animals.

#12. Jack Russell Terrier

Jack Russell weigh around 18 pounds and are small-sized dogs. They are white in color with black or tan markings. They were primarily used for fox hunting. They are energetic, stubborn dogs with little patience and are not very tolerant with children.

#13. Presa Canarios

If the Perro de Presa Canario is properly trained and socialized, they are docile, devoted, and obedient. They are however guard dogs that are highly suspicious of strangers and aggressive towards other people and animals they don’t know.

#14. Akitas

Akitas are quiet and fastidious dogs wary of strangers and often intolerant of other animals. They are heavy-boned spitz-type dogs of massive stature. They have a dense coat and their head is broad and shiny. They must be well socialized from birth in order for them to not attack other animals and strangers.

#15. Boxer

They are another member of the Pit Bull family. They have strong build and powerful jaws and can cause problems to strangers. They need to be trained properly. they are often good with people and small children. But however large dogs mustn’t be left with small children. They are very hyperactive and has lot of energy and they sometimes make a lot of noise.

#16. Standard Poodle

These are type of breeds that people either hate or completely love. They have higher energy level and come in different sizes. Poodles can be mischievous and its recommended to keep them away from boredom. They have a strong hunting drive which can be problematic to a lot of people.

#17. Airedale terrier

These are one of the worst dog breeds for first time owners. They have an independent and intelligent nature that can be a challenge even for an experienced owner. They are notorious differs and would require a lot of mental and physical exercise to control their energy and destructive tendencies.

#18. Bullmastiff

The Bullmastiffs weigh around 130 pounds and can easily be a problem for first-time dog owners. They require consistent positive training and some firm boundaries. Even with the obedience training, they can be a challenge even to the experienced owners.

#19. Bulldog

If you are choosing your first dog, then the veterinary professionals normally recommend you to not choose the Bulldogs. They have a lot of health issues. They are sensitive to heat, stress, and exercise and can’t swim. They are also extremely difficult to train and require a lot of paying attention from the pet owners.

#20. Yorkshire Terrier

Yorkshire Terrier is often hated because of its yappy bark. They often posse an annoying personality. Despite having a yappy behavior, they are actually easy to train. The only way to keep them at peace is to mentally and physically exercise them consistently which can be a problem for the first time owners. These dogs are clever and often make noise when they are bored or feel neglected. Also its recommended to make sure that the Yorkshire terrier doesn’t have any separation anxiety.

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All dogs are good dogs at heart, it’s basically due to the lack of training and exercise that the dogs can get aggressive and problematic. Its recommended for first-time owners to steer clear of these dogs while selecting a pet as it may be difficult for them to train them. 

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