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11 Most Difficult Dogs To Raise

Dogs may have been domesticated over 30,000 years ago. The attachment between humans and dogs was not just for hunting purposes. Dogs were also seen as wonderful companions. However not all dog breeds are easy to raise and this can create a difficult situation for new dog owners.

Some dogs simply require more attention; that means more time is needed to care for and teach them. Any dog breed that does not fit human lifestyle, expectations, and easy temperament might be considered a difficult dog breed for those without experience. Several other characteristics can make some breeds seem difficult as well such as size, energy level, dominance, noise level, and maintenance.

Below is the list of the 11 most difficult dog breeds to raise.

American Pitbull Terrier

1. American Pit Bull Terrier

This dog breed can be aggressive and is considered by some to be vicious. Although many Pit Bulls are loving, friendly dogs, some are quite temperamental. Also, this breed is often used by cruel people who train them to be vicious. This dog has great strength and historically it was used for fighting in the ring. If you are a potential dog owner and you have limited time to train a dog please don’t choose a pit bull terrier. A pit bull terrier requires a person who will have time to train the dog properly. However, with proper socializing and training it can be a good family dog.

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