A DOG trainer has revealed the three small dog breeds he wouldn't recommend as pets.
Jamie who is from Australia regularly shares dog training tips and tricks on his TikTok account.
Jamie the Dog Trainer has gained over 30,000 followers and over 600k likes on the video sharing app.
In a recent video, Jamie revealed the three small dog breeds he wouldn't recommend for first-time dog owners.
He said: "Number one, the Dachsund.
While the dog has become a popular breed to own in recent years – Jamie reveals they aren't as easy to train as they look.
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The dog trainer explained: "These cute little guys may look like a sausage with legs however, they are a hunting dog.
"So they can have drive and they do have the propensity to chase smaller animals."
He added they can be especially hard to socialise, with and are often suspicious of new people.
Next, Jamie said he wouldn't recommend a Jack Russell Terrier to a first-time owner.
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He added: "Jack Russells are a super popular breed, and there are definitely some calmer Jack Russells out there."
However, many have high energy – making them tenacious and feisty dogs warned Jamie.
The dog trainer added these were bred for fox hunting so have lots of energy which makes it difficult for first-time owners.
Finally, Jamie recommended not getting a Schipperke as a first-time dog.
He said: "They can be fantastic watchdogs, but if they're not socialised properly they can be a little bit barky and reactive."
The video has since gone viral with over four million views and over 300k likes.
Thousands of people took to the comments section of the video to share their thoughts.
One wrote: "I love my two Jack Russell's but they are a nightmare and I'll never get that breed again. They ARE working dogs."
A second person added: "I love my Schipperke but she is definitely a diva lol."
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"Can second that. Jack Russell terrier. They are not for the impatient," commented a third.
Meanwhile, a fourth penned: "My dachshund was the sweetest thing. Barky as heck, but sweet as pie."
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