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5 dog breeds that no TikTok vet would ever have at home

5 dog breeds that no TikTok vet would ever have at home

First-time teachers face difficulty Choose the perfect dog breed. A controversial statement from a British vet has added fuel to this fire.

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This is because the professional has made a list indicating which breeds of dogs he will never have at home and the reasons why. The strange thing is that some of them are very common in Brazilian homes.

The vet’s name is Ben Simpson Vernon, who has a video profile Tik Tok. Regarding pet controversies, he explains that working for a vet has made him more demanding when it comes to dog breeds.

5 Dog Breeds That a TikTok Vet Doesn’t Have at Home

Check out the list of dog breeds that Ben announced he would no longer have in his home:

1. Great Dane

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The list of veterinarians starts with the dog breed that is most similar to the dog breed Scooby Doo. The reason it was not chosen is the life expectancy of the animal, which on average lasts 7 years. According to him, it is very difficult to love a dog and lose him in a short period of time.

2. Boxers

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Although boxer dogs are considered docile, Ben pointed out some characteristics that make them difficult to have in the home. Starting with health conditions: They are vulnerable to 74 diseases, including brain tumors, spontaneous corneal ulcers, and skin tumors.

3. Doberman

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Just like boxers, Doberman Pinschers are also cute and cuddly. However, Ben explains, they are predisposed to a certain type of heart disease, called dilated cardiomyopathy. The vet reveals he saw the Doberman “drop dead” in front of him, before anything was done.

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4. Border Collie

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Another breed that made Ben’s list is the border collie. According to him, although they are healthy, they are more susceptible to epilepsy. The vet also said that the brains of dogs of this breed need constant stimulation, that is, they must always be stimulated, otherwise they will suffer from anxiety.

5. Flat Retriever

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This most popular breed in the UK, this breed is not one of your vet’s choices because they are more susceptible to developing an aggressive type of cancer, known as histiocytic sarcoma. According to Ben, about 50% of them end up dying from the disease.