A vet who is active on TikTok has sparked controversy by talking about five dog breeds he doesn’t own.
Whitney Terrell, who has over 75,000 followers on the social network, explained her personal reasons for not being a fan of these dogs. However, he points out that his choices are based on his own experiences.
At the top of its list are “doodles”. According to the vet, this combination of a poodle and another dog (often a Labrador or Golden Retriever) requires a lot of care and maintenance and is prone to ear infections.
“Some are nice, but many are very hyperactive and can’t keep calm. We’ve also seen very aggressive ones,” said the woman from Alabama.
In second place, he caught German Shepherds. The doctor says they are great police dogs, but for pets, they need a lot of training.
“If you want one of these dogs, don’t take the decision lightly because they require a lot of attention and training.”
The other three spots on his list are occupied by small dogs. We find that dogs with flat faces such as Pugs, French Bulldogs, Boston Terriers and Shih Tzus are third most likely to have breathing problems.
And then according to her, Chihuahuas bite often.
Finally, hairless dogs.
Obviously, his record didn’t please everyone. Many owners of the dog breeds mentioned in the video disagree with the comments.
“I can’t believe Doodle is your #1! I’m in shock!”
“Our doodle is great! We love it. We often find that it’s too good to be true. We’re so lucky.”
“I was shocked by this list. I grew up with a German Shepherd. He was loyal and protective.
“I have three German Shepherds and never had a problem with them.”
On the other hand, others agreed with the words “vet”.
“I’ve been decorating for 30 years and doodles always make me question my career choice.”
“As a former vet, I am 100% correct on everything.”
“A suppressor, your list is the same as mine.”
But Terrell said nothing negative. He also made a video naming his favorite dog breeds.
In the front row, she entered the basset hound. According to him, it is a dog with a great personality.
In the second place, we find any mixed dog. According to him, these dogs have very few hereditary problems found in purebreds.
Next up is the Golden Retriever.
“He’s a good first dog, especially for families. Good temperament. Easy to train. Easy to love.”
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