The dog is man’s homie and your dog probably loves you more than he loves himself, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t up for a bit of naughtiness.
When we say “naughty” we aren’t saying he’s a bad dog or that he does anything particularly harmful, but things that make us a bit cross.
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Luckily for him, he has those puppy dog eyes that get him out of most scoldings. Don’t get us wrong, we love them all, naughty or not.
Let’s find out which breeds might find themselves on the other side of Santa’s list. Hi, I’m Leroy and I’m Rosie and this is Animal Facts.
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10. Beagle According to many surveys, the Beagle is one of the naughtiest dog breeds in the world.
This wonderful family pet perhaps isn’t the brightest of the canines, but the trouble a Beagle can cause is praiseworthy. The Beagle is a medium sized dog but he is full-sized naughty.
It is suggested that you should “pet-proof” your home and you should never leave any food, drink or chocolate on the table. If he sees it, he will eat it. He is adorable but his mischief level reaches new heights.
9. English Bulldog Not limited to British wit, the English Bulldog can pull a fast one with the best of them. Beware of his sideways glance — it indicates a naughty mind at work. In particular, he is known to be a notorious thief. If he wants it, he is going to have it and is likely not going to give it back without a chase.
8. Labrador Retriever As anyone who has owned a Lab knows, he is a master of mischief during his adolescent years. The Labrador Retriever may be the most popular dog breed in the United States, Australia, United Kingdom and Canada, but he is also one of the most naughty dog breeds.