All dog breeds originally come from a common ancestor, but have changed dramatically over the years. Genetic variation and selective breeding by humans have changed the appearance and function of dogs significantly. There are roughly 200 to 300 dog breeds depending on which kennel club you join.
Some of the differences in appearance are minimal, but it all depends on what you are looking for. Dogs were not originally intended to be kept as pets, and while some have been bred and trained to stay indoors, not all benefit. These are the best dog breeds that veterinarians say are not for your home.
Originally from China, the Chow Chow is one of the oldest dog breeds we know. Known for their dark tongues and fluffy coats, they are often reddish in color. It is known to be one of the more aggressive breeds that people keep in their homes as pets.
Chow chows are incredibly protective of their owners and their territory and are aggressive towards strangers. This makes it difficult for them to stay home, especially if your home is full of visitors. They usually don’t warm up easily to strangers, and keeping them with other dogs can be dangerous.
Although the Siberian Husky has become synonymous with Alaskan snow, they didn’t start there. They were brought from Asia and performed well, especially in snowy environments. Huskies are usually fine with most children, but they can become internally destructive if not given enough daily exercise.
Another thing to keep in mind is that Siberian Huskies feel lonely if left alone for too long. You should be around people or other dogs and animals to avoid getting bored. This breed also loves to flee from anywhere it is found. So be prepared for it.
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