This rating was compiled by professor of psychology Stanley Coren, which he received as a result of research and communication with judges from American and Canadian kennel clubs. They evaluated the breeds in terms of understanding commands and the time it takes to execute them. The rating includes 80 breeds, but this does not mean that the breeds at the end of the list are stupid, they are just more independent and independent.
So which dogs are the fastest and easiest to train?
These dogs are considered to be among the smartest. They are very energetic and simply cannot sit idle, so the owners need to constantly come up with activities for their pets. These dogs need long walks and outdoor games. They are very easy to train, because they catch all commands literally on the fly.
It is believed that even a child can raise this dog, because the poodle understands the owner literally from a half-word. This dog is great for families with children because it is very patient and kind.
The high intelligence of these dogs is widely known – it is not for nothing that they serve in the police, the army and other places where precise execution of commands and perfect obedience are required. They are very smart and loyal dogs.
Another breed that, thanks to its learning abilities, has become an excellent assistant for people in various fields. In addition, this is an ideal companion dog: kind, intelligent, affectionate and loyal.
Unlike the poodle, this dog needs an adult, strong owner, children will definitely not be able to cope with the training of a Doberman. At the same time, these dogs have high intelligence, they are famous for their understanding and quick memorization of commands.
Shelties quickly learn new commands, they are active and play sports with pleasure. Suitable for families with children, because they easily get along with everyone and love to communicate.
These friendly and trusting dogs get along well with everyone and are easy to train. They are accommodating, calm and people-oriented, which is why they are often used as guide dogs.
These kids love to be the center of attention, so they easily learn various tricks. In addition, they can even learn on their own – it may be enough for them to see something once to repeat it later.
It is not for nothing that this breed is considered a service breed – Rottweilers easily learn commands and become reliable defenders. With proper training, this dog will be very obedient and affectionate.
These are very energetic and active dogs that are happy to train and learn new commands. It is important for them to spend time with the owner, they cannot be left alone for a long time, because they will yearn.
Photos of dogs: Border Collie, Poodle, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Doberman, Sheltie, Labrador Retriever, Papillon, Rottweiler, Australian Shepherd