Labradors, Beagles and Collies are among the destructive dog breeds most likely to cause chaos in your home, according to a new study.
Research conducted by money.co.uk analyzed the opinions of pet owners across the UK, looking at which breeds cause the most chaos. Whether it’s digging flower beds or chewing on furniture, these adorable puppies have destructive tendencies that will keep their owners occupied.
Staffordshire Bull Terriers have proven to be the most clumsy breakers of the breeds, with one in 20 mention of broken phones, flowerpots and glasses involving them. Elsewhere, Labradors were the most likely to go to the bathroom on the carpet, while Shih Tzus were generally digging flower beds.
âThey bring us comfort, companionship, and thousands of cute photo opportunities, but pets can also cause their fair share of utter chaos. Whether it’s knocking over flimsy decorations or leaving things behind. mud (and worse) all over our floors, there is rarely a day where pet owners don’t find something a little surprising, âsays Money.co.uk.
âBut for some animals, the chaos goes far beyond the occasional accident. We scoured the pet forums to determine the most destructive breeds of all. From the pest dogs that leave our homes in ruins, to cats catastrophic leaving us frantically checking our home insurance policies. “
Want to see if your dog is on the list? Take a look at the full results below …
1. Collie (Le MÃ¢cheur)
2. Labrador (the urinator)
3. Beagle (the eater)
4. Staffordshire Bull Terrier (The Breaker)
5. Shih Tzu (The Digger)
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