8 Dogs That Are The Most Difficult To Housebreak

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1. Bichon Frise

Bichons can be a bit stubborn and may take longer to grasp the concept of housebreaking.

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2. Dalmatian

Known for being intelligent but independent, Dalmatians may require extra patience and consistency during the housebreaking process.

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3. Afghan Hound

Afghan Hounds are known for their independent and sometimes aloof nature, which can make housebreaking a bit more challenging.

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4. Basenji

Basenjis are known for being very clean dogs, but they can also be quite independent and may require extra effort in housebreaking.

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5. Bulldog

Bulldogs can be a bit stubborn, and they may take a bit longer to get the hang of housebreaking.

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6. Chow Chow

Chow Chows are known for their independent and sometimes aloof nature, which can make housebreaking a bit more challenging.

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7. Shiba Inu

Shiba Inus are intelligent but can also be quite independent and strong-willed, which may make housebreaking a bit more of a challenge.

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8. Basset Hound

Basset Hounds are known for their stubbornness and can sometimes be a bit slow to pick up on housebreaking.