10 Dog Breeds People Regret Buying


Known for their energy and need for regular exercise, Dalmatians can be a handful for owners who are not prepared for their high activity levels.

Chow Chow:

Chow Chows are known for their aloof nature and can be reserved or protective, making them less suitable for first-time dog owners or families with small children.

English Bulldog:

While English Bulldogs are known for their friendly demeanor, their health issues, including respiratory problems.

Jack Russell Terrier:

These energetic and intelligent dogs require a lot of mental and physical stimulation.

Shiba Inu:

Shiba Inus are independent and strong-willed, requiring consistent training and socialization.

Siberian Husky:

Huskies are known for their high energy and strong prey drive. Without proper exercise and mental stimulation.

Afghan Hound:

Afghan Hounds have a luxurious coat that requires regular grooming. Owners who are not prepared for the time.

Irish Wolfhound:

Irish Wolfhounds are giant breeds with specific health concerns. Potential owners should be aware of their shorter lifespan and potential health issues.


Known for their independence and unique vocalizations (they don't bark but make a yodel-like sound), Basenjis may not be suitable for all households.


Bloodhounds are known for their excellent tracking abilities but may require more patience and training due to their strong sense of smell and stubbornness.