Buzz·Posted on May 12, 201623 Reasons You Should Never Adopt A Border TerrierThey're just nasty, nippy little buggers TBH.by Hilary MitchellBuzzFeed Staff, UKFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Border Terriers are mean, snappy little dogs. Flickr: samcockman / Creative Commons 2. Which means they're absolutely terrible with kids. Twitter: @macdogald 3. You'll never see a Border Terrier looking stylish. imgur.com 4. After all, what's the point in buying adorable outfits for such scruffy, weird-looking dogs? gallerily.com 5. They're particularly ugly when they're puppies. Twitter: @ShortBarkGroom 6. And they're even less cute when they get older. Twitter: @kateface33 7. Borders absolutely hate cuddles... Twitter: @Maggie_the_BT 8. ...and kisses. Twitter: @borderonwheels 9. They have no sense of fun. Twitter: @tobyyonekenobi 10. And they rarely crack a smile pixabay.com 11. ...or a grin. Twitter: @dustytruffle 12. They're impossible to train. Flickr: petsadviser-pix / Creative Commons 13. And some of them are downright vicious. Flickr: robhawkes / Creative Commons 14. Which means you can't take them anywhere at all. imgur.com 15. They absolutely refuse to play games. Twitter: @tobyyonekenobi 16. And they're rubbish at hide and seek. Flickr: gareth1953 / Creative Commons 17. Plus, they're really hyper all the time. Twitter: @EmAVincent 18. In short, they're the worst possible breed to adopt. Twitter: @puppy_tales 19. They're such nasty pieces of work. Twitter: @KateLedigo 20. They don't crave your love or affection. Twitter: @BestSuffolk 21. And anyway, it's not like there are any out there waiting for a forever home. dogsblog.com Do not, under any circumstances, adopt 18-month old Penny from Freshfields Animal Rescue Centre in North Wales. 22. And even if there were, who would want one? bluecross.org.uk 3-year-old Heidi at the Tiverton Blue Cross Rehoming Centre in Devon. 23. Yep, you'd have to be crazy to adopt one of these horrors. Flickr: benangel218 / Creative Commons They should all be rounded up and sent back to the Scottish Borders. If you're determined to ignore our advice, then this list of Border Terrier rescue centres is a good place to start your search, as is this regularly updated list of Border Terriers currently available for adoption in the UK.