Poodles often get a bad reputation because people assume they are a “one-person” dog. However, this breed is highly intelligent.
This breed is known for their intelligence. In fact, according to Animal Planet, Border Collies have been named the smartest dogs.
While this breed isn’t considered the smartest, they are very eager and dedicated to their owner’s needs.
Known to be America’s favorite dog, a Labrador Retriever is easy to train because they want to see their owner happy.
German Shepherd Dogs were bred to be the ultimate herding dog. They are built for independent thinking, speed, endurance.
This breed is not just lots of adorable fun, they are also an easy to train dog. These long, strong, and squat dogs are rare.
Most toy breeds are known to be stubborn and difficult to train, but the Papillon is different.
This breed is a smaller version of a Rough Collie, but they tend to have a more active side to them.
This breed is similar to a Corgi. Swedish Vallhunds are a dwarfed breed, bred to work independently.
This breed has some naturally-stubborn qualities, Border Terriers do well with training which makes them a great family dog.