10 Most Obedient Dogs in the World

Dog is a very faithful animal, there are types of breeds, which are very obedient and caring in nature, as well as quick learner. It is a very difficult task to teach and train different types of breeds according to the need of the owner. Here is a list of some obedient breeds of dogs:

1. Beagle

It is a very smart hunting breed, the Beagle’s main problem with training is his nose. Off-leash work is almost impossible without a very firm obedience foundation, because if they pick up a scent, they become mad. However, there are trainers who compete successfully with Beagles.

2. Afghan hound

The Afghan is known for being independent and different behavior that can make training a challenge. However, since he was originally used to chase prey independently over very long distances. He would lose the prey if he wanted to stop and check in with his owner all the time.

3. Chow Chow

The American Kennel Club describes this breed as having cat-like personalities that make them independent, stubborn and less eager to please than other breeds. Similar to cats, they are smart, you just have to convince them that what you want them to do is also what they want to do.

4. Borzoi

Just like Chow Chow, The Borzoi are similar to cats, having independent and undemanding natures. They prefer to do what they want when they want and need a lot of training before they can be trusted off leash.

5. Basenji

Just like Afghan hound, the Basenji was used to hunt at a great distance from his owner, so he is also independent and aloof. This breed is full of energy and love to play, so that can be one way to get them more interested in you and training.

6. Welsh Terrier

Most terrier breeds are known for being intelligent but also somewhat stubborn, the Welsh Terrier may be King of the Terriers when it comes to being independent. They are difficult to house break, cannot be trusted off leash due to chasing, and definitely have attitude. But they also have fun-loving personality with a spring in their step that is guaranteed to make you smile.

7. Bulldog

The Bulldog does everything on his time. He is not unintelligent, he just sees no reason to hurry when asked to do something by his owner. This can be frustrating to some, especially if they are used to training quick breeds like a Shetland Sheepdog, for example. Nonetheless, they are very smart and many have become famous for performing tricks, like Tillman, the skateboarding bulldog.

8. Dachshund

Infamous for being almost impossible to house train, in a word, stubborn. Yet another hunting breed, they also are independent and want to make their own house rules, much to the chagrin of their owners, But they are very cute.

9. Bloodhound

It is another hunting dog that is known for being harder to trainer than other breeds. They are considered quite affectionate. However, they are dominant as well and tend to want to have things their way, making training a challenge if your way does not support with theirs.

10. Pekingese

This breed is known as a lap dog for the royals of China, the Fu Lin (Lion Dog), was never meant to carry out an obedience drill or cleverness course. So it makes sense that people often find these intelligent courageous dogs are more interested in attention than in training.

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