A large number of us have chosen to welcome new puppies into our homes over the past few years — Kennel Club figures show that dog ownership rose nearly 8 percent as the pandemic hit and demand for four-legged friends increased lockdown stays high.
As well as numerous crossbreeds, there are a whopping 221 different pedigree dog breeds to choose from, giving you a lot to think about before choosing the latest addition to your family.
One of the most difficult tasks for new owners is making sure their new pet is toilet trained quickly – since they’ve been known to go outside to relieve themselves.
Some breeds practically train themselves, while others can go about their business well into adulthood.
Here are the 10 most difficult dog breeds to housetrain.
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