2. Shiba Inu
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This mid-sized, japanese dog is notoriously hard to train. They’re stubborn and independent, but they’re just so sweet that you might be able to forgive them!
They’re extremely healthy, but they’re also rambunctious. They’re the kind of dog that does better on their own with a pair of adult owners, with no kids or other animals. Unlike most of the Shiba Inu’s large breed family, this dog is expected to live up to 16 years.