We all know that dogs are prone to dramatic outbursts every once in a while. It usually happens for no particular reason, and most of them just feel the need to get it out of their system and it’s almost never a cause for concern.
However, anyone who has ever owned a dog knows that this spicy behavior can be both funny and endearing.
In this article, we will talk about the top 6 most dramatic breeds on the planet and how they express themselves.
6. Golden Retriever
Most people who have seen a video of a Golden on YouTube or other social media might get the impression that they are just very lovable and excited most of the time.
However, that is not the case. The reality is that they are prone to dramatic outbursts if you try to get them to do something they don’t like.
However, this should not discourage you from owning a Golden Retriever, as this behavior is not serious.
I feel like this one will not come as a surprise to anyone who has ever even seen a Chihuahua outside, let alone owned one.
While they are very small, the amount of drama they can stir up out of nowhere is just impressive.
Most of the time, they will bark and scream at other dogs for no reason, but unlike other breeds, Chihuahuas never seem to get tired of it.
Beagles are a very special kind of dog because they create drama more passively than other breeds.
If you try to make them do something they don’t like to do, like taking a bath, then you will be the victim of their adorable pouty face.
It’s important to never let up in these crucial moments because they will try to do it all the time if they see that it worked once.
A Corgi is a very small breed, but they are also typically very dramatic when they don’t get what they want.
Like a Chihuahua, they are also very energetic and can bark for longer periods of time before ever getting tired.
Who knows… maybe there is something about the size of a dog that affects their ability to stir up drama.
2. German Shepherd
This one does not surprise me particularly. As someone who has owned a German Shepherd in the past, I was a witness to many of his dramatic outbursts.
Most of the time, it was for the smallest reasons. If I got tired of playing with him, he would try to force me to do it. If I said no, then he would pout the whole time.
So, don’t be surprised if you ever decide to adopt a German Shepherd and you find out that he can be quite the drama queen.
The last, and certainly, the most important one on this list is a Husky. I can’t even tell how many times I have seen videos on social media where they would just scream viciously at nothing.
I think they alone take the title of being the most dramatic dog breed in the world.
The funny part is that they do it completely unprovoked a lot of the time, and just howl when they feel like you are not giving them enough attention.
Other times, it’s because they don’t like going out or taking a bath. Sometimes, even the smallest things can be a trigger for dramatic behavior.
Regardless of which is the most dramatic, it’s important to note that all of these are lovely dogs, and their occasional outbursts should not discourage you from ever owning one.
All of them have a lot of love to give and will be your best companion, especially in the worst times, so consider giving them a chance. You will not regret it.