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Dog breeds that don t like to cuddle

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Dog breeds that don t like to cuddle

By Bethany Poteet, CNN.com

Updated 3:52 PM ET, Mon September 15, 2013

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10 worst dogs

1. Shih Tzus – Despite their diminutive stature, the Shih Tzu is the most popular dog in the United States, according to the American Kennel Club. They are popular, however, because people find them to be good-natured, well-mannered and adorable. The downside: They tend to be couch potatoes. These breeds are less likely than most other breeds to greet you with a happy face, and they don t want to be held. However, it is not difficult to find someone willing to take on the responsibility of caring for a Shih Tzu as long as they are properly trained.

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2. Yorkshire Terriers – These tiny little dogs, also known as the Cairn Terrier, are also the second most popular breed in the U.S., but this is likely due to the fact that they are among the easiest to care for. Their owners, for the most part, are responsible pet parents who keep them up on their regular vet visits and vaccinations. They enjoy spending time with their families but typically don t want to cuddle. If someone wants to take the time and effort to help the Yorkshire Terrier develop a relationship, it is not an unreasonable request.

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3. Poodles – Poodles are adorable, but they also tend to be stubborn and difficult to handle. They are known for their need for high-calorie diets, and they are prone to obesity, especially in their hind legs. As well, they are known to have difficulty shedding their coats, so if you choose to have one as a pet, they will need to be fed food that contains a significant amount of fiber, along with occasional brushing to keep their coat smooth. Although they are cute, poodles can be an ongoing source of frustration if you want to take them on as a pet.

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4. Dachshunds – Although dachshunds can be prone to obesity and other health issues, their soft coats and cute appearance usually make them easy to care for. All of this can be attributed to the fact that owners take it upon themselves to keep their Dachshunds on a proper diet. But their thick coats can be somewhat of a disadvantage when it comes to keeping them warm. Even when they are fed high-quality dog food, they may become overheated on a hot day. Dachshunds are also one of the most popular breeds in the U.S., so you can find them in just about any neighborhood.

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5. Basset Hounds – These graceful dogs have a lovely appearance, and while they can be fun to walk with, they can sometimes be problematic. The first problem is that they have been known to be a bit stubborn, so they will need to be properly trained and socialized before they are placed in a family. Basset Hounds can be also be a bit overweight if they aren't properly fed and exercised, and this can lead to poor health. They are prone to hypoglycemia and eye diseases, among other health issues, so take care of your Basset Hound and they will be good company.

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6. Samoyeds – These beautiful dogs are loyal and loving, but they can also be stubborn. They are also quite friendly, so they will often let you pet them, but the first time they bite, you won't want to be near them again. If your Samoyed has any health issues, make sure you get them to the vet immediately, as they can experience ear problems, and eye and skin issues. They are quite friendly and may let people give them treats, so you'll have to be careful not to get a Samoyed into any serious eating issues.

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7. Bull Terrier – This dog is a good pet, as long as they are kept leashed in public, and they have been known to bite, so be careful not to leave your pet alone. The first time they bite you, you may want to consider putting them down. Not only do these dogs enjoy chewing and digging, they may cause serious injury or damage to their mouth and teeth, so be aware of your pet's aggression. They are also prone to skin issues, particularly ingrown hair and ear problems.

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8. Chow Chow – This dog is a good pet, as long as you avoid areas that they dig, as they can cause serious damage to the basement and garden. They can also become territorial and start a fight when a person moves into your home. If you have multiple pets, make sure the dogs don't get in fights, as that can easily result in the dog being killed. They also have issues with their teeth, so you'll need to be careful not to let them chew on your furniture.

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9. Golden Retriever – These dogs are great family pets, and they can be playful, but they have a lot of energy, so it is important to keep them active. Golden Retrievers are very friendly dogs, and they will welcome visitors, but they can be aggressive towards cats and small dogs. If you've had previous pets, make sure they are not aggressive. There are many breeds, so don't forget about other smaller dog breeds. Make sure your Golden Retriever doesn't try to climb or jump, as that can result in serious injuries.

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10. Doberman Pinscher – Dobermans are a protective breed of dog, so it is important that they are raised with other dogs. However, they can have issues with their hearing, so make sure you put them into another room when you are working in the garden. Dobermans are intelligent dogs, and they will enjoy playing fetch with you, but they can be aggressive and territorial, so do not let them get into a fight.

For this reason, I had to put my dogs down. That day I took a break from work and just sat on the sofa watching TV. I didn’t go in the garden to mow it or do anything as I was having a bad day and I needed to get my head in order. I just wanted to sit back and do nothing. But then the phone rang. It was my wife calling me. She said a man she didn’t know called to say he had broken into the house.

I knew what he was doing. He was going to scare me, to see if I would react. He knew I would. In that moment, he did what so many would-be burglars do. He just kept ringing the doorbell. It was the third time.

I thought, "Shit!" and went to get my revolver, which I keep loaded just in case. I didn’t think anything of it, not at first. But when he started ringing the bell again, I was getting a bit flustered. He must have heard the barking


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