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Vet reveals his top five favourite dog breeds that he would 'personally consider getting'

The creator, known as @ben.the.vet, listed the pros and cons of his top favorite breeds in the clip which racked up nearly 42,000 views.

A British vet has gone viral on TikTok after sharing a video revealing the five dog breeds he would ‘personally consider getting’.

The creator, known as @ben.the.vet, listed the pros and cons of his top favorite breeds in the clip which racked up nearly 42,000 views.

According to the vet, greyhounds are ‘sweet’ and are in great need of a loving home after their racing and border terrier careers are over as they are ‘loving’ and form ‘strong bonds with people’.

Starting at five and working backwards, he listed the greyhound at number five, saying: “They may not look very cuddly, but they are really sweet and so many of them need a return home after the end of their racing career.”

He added that they usually suffer from “really bad teeth”, so he said “make the effort from the start to get ‘brushed’.

The creator, known as @ben.the.vet, listed the pros and cons of his top favorite breeds in the clip which racked up nearly 42,000 views.

The creator, known as @ben.the.vet, listed the pros and cons of his top favorite breeds in the clip which racked up nearly 42,000 views.

According to the veterinarian, greyhounds are

According to the vet, greyhounds are “sweet” and many need loving homes after their racing careers are over.

The vet said Border Terriers were

The vet said Border Terriers are “loving” and form “strong bonds with people”.

Vet Ben’s Top Five Picks

  1. Bastard / half-breed
  2. Labrador
  3. Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla
  4. border terrier
  5. doggy style

He continued: “They will be happy to walk around, but they would like the opportunity to sprint, so be sure to give them that opportunity.”

Then he listed the border terrier as his fourth choice saying, “Next up is the scruffy little terrier, for me if I were to have a little dog they would be my first choice, in my experience they are quite affectionate little dogs and compared to other terriers, they may form slightly strong bonds with people.’

He also admitted that pooches are “pretty robust health-wise,” but some are prone to patella luxation.

Patella luxation a condition in which the patella, or patella, dislocates or moves out of its normal location.

Ben advises people to speak to the breeder to see if the dog’s parents had any issues with the condition

Number three on his list is the Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla because they have a “really lovely temperament.”

Next, he ranked the Border Terrier as his fourth choice saying that they are quite affectionate and compared to other terriers, they form slightly strong bonds with people.

Next, he ranked the Border Terrier as his fourth choice saying that they are quite affectionate and compared to other terriers, they form slightly strong bonds with people.

Number three on his list is the Hungarian wire-haired vizsla because they have a 'really charming temperament'

Number three on his list is the Hungarian wire-haired vizsla because they have a ‘really charming temperament’

His second choice of dog bread is Labrador because he is

His second choice dog bread is Labrador because he is “loving”, “loyal”, “funny” and “sweet”.

He said: “It’s a bit of a niche choice as there aren’t many, but the ones I’ve met have lovely tempers.”

“Again moderate and without exaggeration in their appearance, they may be prone to certain joint problems such as hip dysplasia.”

In dogs, hip dysplasia is an abnormal formation of the hip socket which, in its most severe form, can eventually cause arthritis of the joints.

“They need lots of exercise and stimulation, so I would only do one if I had time to take them for two long walks a day.”

He said Vizsla dogs need lots of exercise and stimulation, so he would only have one if he had time to take them out for two long walks a day.

He said Vizsla dogs need lots of exercise and stimulation, so he would only have one if he had time to take them out for two long walks a day.

Ben mentioned that Labradors are very prone to getting fat, so it would be extra careful to keep them in good shape.

Ben mentioned that Labradors are very prone to getting fat, so it would be extra careful to keep them in good shape.

His second choice is the Labrador because he is “loving”, “loyal”, “funny” and “sweet”.

He said: ‘Again they are moderate in their appearance, they are in no way overdone, overdone, it’s unhealthy so that’s fine, but I’m slightly conflicted about them because unfortunately they are with a few different problems.

He continued: “One of their biggest issues is joint issues, so I would definitely make sure both parents got hip and elbow scars.”

“They are also very prone to getting fat, so I would be extremely careful to keep them in shape.”

His first choice of dog is the mongrel because their dog is less prone to disease.

His number one choice of pooch is the mongrel because his dog is less prone to disease, saying that as a vet, it's

Her number one pooch choice is the mongrel because her dog is less prone to disease, saying that as a veterinarian, that’s “very important.”

The downside of a mongrel is the unpredictability in adult size, temperament, and activity levels you get with a purebred dog.

The downside of a mongrel is the unpredictability in adult size, temperament, and activity levels you get with a purebred dog.

He said, “Number one for me is bastard, and when I say bastard, I mean a mixed breed of all kinds of proper liquors where you can’t tell what they are.”

“The downside is the unpredictability in terms of adult size, temperament and activity levels that you get with a purebred dog, but what you get is diverse genetics which, because it is less bread, is less prone to diseases that have an inherited element and for me as a veterinarian this is very important.

At the beginning of the clip, he started with a disclaimer to not offend anyone.

He said: “I’m a veterinarian and here are five dog breeds I would consider if I were to get one. Now, I’m definitely not telling everyone to go get these five dog breeds.

“And I’m also not saying that of the top five healthiest dog breeds possible, because every breed of dog has issues they are prone to, nor are they the only five I would consider.”

He continued: “Remember, this is just my opinion and you have every right to disagree, so disclaimers are out…there you go.”

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