10 Dog Breeds With The Worst Anxiety Issues

Bichon Frises

Bichon Frises are without a doubt some of the cutest dogs on Earth, with their hair that can be styled in different ways and their tiny paws that bounce around. 


The Viszla is a great breed of hunting dog that is known for being very loyal. With a typical life span of 12 to 15 years, these dogs would prefer not to be left alone for any length of time during that time.

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Cocker Spaniels

Cocker Spaniels are fun and interesting dogs to have as pets. As gun dogs, it's in their nature to spend long amounts of time outside with their owners.

Italian Greyhounds

Tell the Italian Greyhound hello. Greyhounds in general are busy and quick, but the Italian type is happy to just hang out with its friends. 

Hungarian Breed

These breeds from Hungary are very busy. They usually try to please their owners even when they are outside. But if you leave them alone for a long time, they might start to feel like they are going crazy.

German Shorthaired

The next dog on this list is the German Shorthaired Pointer. During the 1800s, hunters in Germany created this breed of dog. We already know how to hunt.

Cavalier King

We're sorry, but it's not our fault that the dogs get cuter as the list goes on. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel comes next. 

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Australian Shepherds

 Because they used to handle animals on some of the busiest farms you can think of, these shepherds have a strong work ethic.

Toy Poodles

The small, soft dogs are great to have around and don't need much, other than a little extra care.

German Shepherds

This list includes one of the most popular types of dog. People say that German Shepherds like to work, like when they help the cops or herd sheep. 


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