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TOP-10 smartest dog breeds

Every dog is an individual, but there are some breeds that are more trainable than others. It’s no secret that Golden Retrievers are eager to please their owners and will do just about anything for treats, while some hunting dogs may forget who their owners are once they’ve sensed their prey. The top ten most intelligent breeds are those that learn new commands after 1-5 repetitions, and follow them 95 times out of 100 (even the biggest towers of brains can do it!) So, which breeds are the easiest to train?

1. Border Collie

The Border Collie is not only agile but also very obedient. These dogs learn new commands much faster than you might expect. Sometimes cynologists joke that those who want to buy a Border Collie should think carefully about whether the dog will outsmart its owner. Well, maybe they won’t, but Border Collies do require specific training. They are very sensitive dogs and should not be handled roughly – even the harshest of commands can spoil a Border Collie’s mood. Read more about the Border Collie here: Border Collie.

2. Poodle

Poodles are often mistakenly thought to be stupid. This is far from true – after all, this breed has been used in circuses for many years. Teaching a Poodle to do tricks is a piece of cake – you just need to know how to do it properly. Poodles are versatile dogs that are great at a wide range of activities, you just have to make sure that the owner spends enough time training the dog. Read more about Poodles here: Poodle

3. German Shepherd Dog

German Shepherds are often used as service dogs, but their applications can be much wider. German Shepherds are very sensitive to their owners’ emotions, strong and confident. They are quick to react and obedient to commands. Some films about service dogs mislead the viewer – it is sometimes assumed that dogs are born intelligent. Unfortunately, this is not true – it will take a lot of work. Even if the dog is a German Shepherd. Read more about German Shepherd here: German Shepherd

4. Golden Retriever

The Golden Retriever is considered the family dog. They are very friendly pets and enjoy playing with children. Golden Retrievers are very active, so it is important to find a way to channel their energy in the right direction. These breeds are often companions for the blind, and are also often used in canitherapy, etc. It has to be admitted that this is not only one of the most intelligent dog breeds, but also one of the most popular. Read more about the Golden Retriever here: Golden Retriever

5. Doberman

Although many people are scared of Dobermans, this is completely unnecessary. If the owner has socialised and trained the pet properly, you can be sure that the Doberman will not be aggressive or unpredictable. However, the Doberman needs owners with a very strong character – if this breed sees weaknesses in its owner, it will take advantage of them. Read more about the Doberman here: Doberman

6. Shetland (Mini Collie)

The Shetland Shetland is a rather small but very intelligent dog. This breed is eager to learn new commands and performs them with great pleasure. It is said that the Shetland memorises commands after just five repetitions, so they can be taught various tricks, sports obedience, etc. They are very agile dogs and therefore do well in the sport of “agility”. Shelties are quite versatile dogs and can take part in a wide range of dog sports. Read more about Shelties here: Sheltie (Mini Collie)

7. Labrador Retriever

The Labrador Retriever is best suited to people who simply love to be active. This breed of dog is very energetic

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