Harriers have been humorously called the “Beagle on steroids.” They’re very athletic hunting hounds and as such, favor being active, with a special affinity for exploring the outdoors.
Unless raised around other animals from a very young age, Harriers will tend to be aggressive toward any other small pet that they may encounter.
Spanish Water Dog
Spanish Water Dogs are a very athletic and high-maintenance breed; they need a lot of exercise throughout the day. Originally hailing from Turkey, this breed was imported into Spain to serve as a guard and sheepdog, and as such, they are completely loyal.
Without proper exercise and a given task to perform, the Spanish Water Dog will be a very sad pooch and may become destructive as a result.
English Foxhounds have been the preferred choice of English fox hunters for hundreds of years, and that's why they are known to be one of the most difficult dog breeds to train.
English Foxhounds often get along well with horses and people, but due to their hunting background, they require a lot of exercise as they have a very active demeanor.
Cesky Terriers were created by crossing a Scottish Terrier with a Sealyham Terrier. The goal was to have a terrier that was suitable for hunting in the Bohemian forests of the Czech Republic. They’re a very excitable and energetic breed, requiring a lot of activity.
Cesky Terriers are also very “needy,” requiring a consistent stream of attention, and can become completely dependent on their human family for any sense of happiness.
This little fox-like dog is pretty fierce for its size, their sharp ears make this dog very alert. Finkies or Fins, as they are nicknamed, can be an excellent combination of a loving companion and a watchful guard. They are often suspiciously timid towards strangers, which can make it difficult to have newcomers over for dinner.
Finkies are prone to “separation anxiety,” which can lead to destructive behavior and barking when left alone. The Finnish Spitz is also very stubborn and willful, which can make training this breed to be a pain in the rear.