Dog Breeds You Should Think Twice About Getting

There are pros and cons to every breed of dog, but it’s important to have all of the information before you commit to taking care of a furry friend for the next 10 to 20-ish years. Doing your research ensures that you’re getting a pet that’s well suited to your lifestyle.

Keep reading to find out which dogs don’t do so well in small spaces, which aren’t so tolerant of children, and which need a lot of exercise.

Siberian Husky

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Photo by Kirill KukhmarTASS via Getty Images
Photo by Kirill KukhmarTASS via Getty Images

Siberian Huskies are a strong breed of dog and they’re known for being excellent sled pullers. These dogs were built to work, so they have a ton of energy. They also do really well in cold climates.

These dogs can be stubborn, and they’re known for their tendency to take off running when they’re let off leash. You need to lay down some serious training in the early years to make sure an adult husky is going to listen to you and stay by your side.