West Highland White Terrier's Top 8 Most Dangerous Habits

Chasing Cars

Westies have a tendency to chase cars, putting them at risk of accidents. Always keep them leashed near roads.

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Aggressive Behavior

Despite their small size, Westies can display aggression towards other dogs or humans if not properly trained and socialized.

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Digging Obsession

Their innate digging instinct can lead to destructive behavior in your yard and potential escape attempts.

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 Food Guarding

Westies may exhibit food aggression, so be cautious around their meals to avoid potential bites.

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Jumping on Furniture

While cute, this habit can lead to injuries from falls and damage to furniture.

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Separation Anxiety

Westies are prone to separation anxiety, resulting in destructive behavior when left alone for extended periods.

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Chewing on Objects

Their natural inclination to chew can lead to ingesting harmful objects or damaging valuable items.

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Barking Excessively

Westies may bark excessively when bored or anxious, potentially disturbing neighbors and causing stress.

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