Dog breeds if they received warning signs
BEWARE of the DOG (problems).
A vet assistant has shared a miniseries on what the warning signs would look like for different dog breeds.
Throughout the three-part series on TikTok, an AI voice narrated the warnings for each breed while a photo of the pooches was displayed.
“Warning labels that should accompany each breed of dog as directed by a veterinarian’s assistant,” the first video began.
The first dog to receive a warning is the Pitbull.
“You wanted a big, tough dog, but they’ll mostly scratch their skin,” the voice said.
The Bulldog and the Pug have been classified as having similar characteristics.
“You’ll be cleaning crevices for the rest of their lives,” read the warning tag for the Bulldog and its wrinkled folds.
The pugs were slightly different, telling potential owners, “You’ll also be cleaning the crevices while watching them slowly suffocate,” a reference to the pug’s flat faces that often cause breathing problems such as brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome (BOAS). ).
Labradors are another breed that the Wizard has warned of having lifelong health issues.
They are known to endure “toxin ingestion, foreign bodies, fatty growths and much more”.
The final breed with health issues was the Cavalier King Charles.
“All we see when you walk into the clinic is a heart failure time bomb,” creator isie_xxiv said in the second video.
Those looking to get a German Shepherd for bravery and obedience should be prepared to put in the effort to train them.
“Invest in training or be prepared to pay for sedatives for all doctor visits.”
Huskies may also need sedatives, but owners should purchase pet insurance for the number of vet visits they would take.
Some hyperactive breeds were also featured, including several herding dogs.
“Whatever amount of exercise you think this dog needs, multiply it by 10,” read the description of the Border Collie, while the Australian Cattle Dog was “similar to Border Collies but with a touch of murderous intent and on crack”.
The Australian Shepherd can “come home after a 10 mile hike and stay in play for hours fetching”.
The Corgi is listed as similar to “other sheepdogs here but with a Napoleon complex”, while the Doberman “can go from cinnamon bun to psycho in an instant”.
Prospective owners of Great Danes are warned to “prepare your body for the biggest companion dog you will ever own.”
Howling Beagles are described as “Oscar-winning drama queens, with the pipes of an opera singer”, while Daschunds will try to trick you at every opportunity.
“They will try to convince you that they are starving, but they just want to be obese,” the latest TikTok concluded.
Some reviewers gave their own opinion on races that were not featured.
“Chihuahua – constantly ready to fight – everyone,” said one user.
“Rottweilers, dear lord, are vet nightmares,” said another.
New York Post