Dogs are, par excellence, man’s best friend, there is no doubt about that, but some of us find that we have not grown up with dogs at home and, therefore, although we want to adopt a furry companion to whom we can give everything our love and dedication, we don’t know where to start.
Some experts, such as Alejandro Gonzalez, from EduCan Training, share on their social networks the five dog breeds with which it is better not to start if we are beginners in having a dog.
the siberian husky
González explains that, although his beauty and blue eyes make him very attractive, he is a very energetic dog with great independence. This, a priori, should not be a problem, It becomes a challenge for beginners since it makes it a somewhat more difficult dog to educate.
Although it is one of the dogs that we can see the most in our country, the reality is that, as the Educan Training expert explains, it is a type of dog with great instincts that can be a challenge for a beginner.
Dobermans would have, according to González, a great protective instinct. So much so that if we don’t know how to handle it properly, it can become problematic. Having some knowledge and practice will be of great help.
In a similar vein to the Doberman, only with more weight and an even stronger bite. That is why the expert recommends that it be a dog that is in knowledgeable and experienced hands.
Finally, Alejandro González assures that this is the most difficult breed on the list. This breed of dog, in addition to having strong protective instincts, also has prey instincts. In addition, the expert assures that They are very demanding and very intelligent dogs. In his opinion, this type of dog will do better with a person with great knowledge about the breed, as well as training. If you are a beginner, it may not be the best option for you.
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In Jared | It was the favorite breed of dog of the Romans, part of the Egyptian royalty and today it is one of the most expensive and demanded breeds.