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The three dog breeds I would never own!

The French Bulldog

The French Bulldog is a breed of dog that has experienced meteoric popularity in recent years. Make no mistake, a good French Bulldog can be a great companion. However, with this explosion in popularity, I have observed an increase in neurological problems in these dogs. These issues can lead to behaviors that are extremely difficult to correct.

These behaviors can range from aggression to anxiety to obsessive-compulsive disorders. Unfortunately, these problems are often the result of overproduction and poor genetic selection. For this reason, I prefer to avoid this breed.

The XL Bully

The XL Bully is another breed currently experiencing a boom in popularity. This breed was created with the aim of reducing the intensity and aggression of the Pitbull. However, as demand increased, some unscrupulous breeders began to reintroduce these undesirable traits.

This is why we are seeing more and more cases of XL Bullies going so far as to attack people. This is a particularly worrying phenomenon which is spreading like wildfire in Anglo-Saxon countries. For this reason, I prefer to avoid this breed.

The Siberian Husky

Finally, the Siberian Husky is a breed I would never own. These dogs are incredibly difficult to train and correct problem behavior. Additionally, their personality is often closer to that of a cat than a dog.

This means they are independent, stubborn, and tend to do what they want, when they want. This can make living with them particularly difficult, especially if you don't have much experience with dogs.


It is important to note that every dog ​​is unique and these generalizations do not apply to all dogs of these breeds. However, due to the problems I have observed, I prefer to avoid these three breeds.

If you are considering adopting a dog, I recommend doing a lot of research on the breed you are considering. Make sure you understand the specific needs of the breed and ensure you are prepared to meet them. Additionally, it is always best to adopt from a responsible breeder who puts the health and well-being of their dogs above all else.

Romeo - Dog Educator

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