I’m a dog groomer – the 5 breeds I wouldn’t own, including two with skin issues and a ‘very high maintenance’ kind

One dog groomer shared the top dog breeds she wouldn’t own and many reasons why.

She said there were animals with skin problems and one was “very high-maintenance”.

Content creator Millywuhoo is a professional dog groomer


Content creator Millywuhoo is a professional dog groomerCredit: TikTok/mallywuhoo
She shared the top 5 dogs she won't own after becoming a dog sitter


She shared the top 5 dogs she won’t own after becoming a dog sitterCredit: TikTok/mallywuhoo

Content creator Millywuhoo (@millywuhoo) loves all things lifestyle, from her silly moments in life to motherhood to her job.

She works as a professional dog groomer and has gathered some interesting details from her profession over the past few years.

In a video on TikTok, she revealed the top five dog breeds she wouldn’t own based on her experience.

The first breed she mentions is the Dalmatian because they need “a lot of exercise” and have an “unpredictable mood.”

Next on her list are roosters because they constantly suffer from ear infections and have “lots of skin problems”.

She followed that with her third pet, which is a mastiff, which also has multiple skin and ear problems.

According to content creators, they are even more susceptible to skin problems due to backyard farming.

The penultimate dog on the list is the Goldendoodle.

“Dogs need a lot of maintenance. They need a lot of brushing every day and they need to be brushed at least once a week,” she said.

She adds that because they are so crossbreed, owners aren’t sure how they are becoming personality wise with their pets.

“Don’t let the cuteness fool you,” she said.

Her final choice is chow chow.

“They are very sweet. They are calm. But when they are mean, they are very mean,” she says at the end of the video.

“Did you guys expect this list?” she asked in the video’s caption.

Many people gave their two cents in the comments section of the video.

“I have a golden doodle and I will probably never have another one. Love her so much, constant ear infections, can’t eat chicken and the list above,” one viewer shared. shall.

“Awe, I love my chow chow but… yes, stubborn sometimes,” another interjected.

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“Number one after being a groomer for 35 years. If I could connect with a dog, no matter the breed, I would keep it and love it,” one fan wrote.

“I would agree with this by becoming a groomer… sheepadoodles..bernadoodle and eventually a saintberdoodle. all of them are grooming idiots,” another added. .

Her list includes dalmatians, spanish roosters, bulldogs and chow chow


Her list includes dalmatians, spanish roosters, bulldogs and chow chowCredit: Getty

Russell Falcon

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