Top 10 Most Intelligent Dog Breeds

Most Intelligent Dog Breeds

There are 3 types of dog intelligence according to Stanley Coren, author of “The Intelligence of Dogs“. Adaptive intelligence has the learning and problem solving-ability, instructive intelligence is only specific to the individual animal and Working/Obedience Intelligence is dependent on the breed. I have listed the top 10 most intelligent dog breeds in the world that are easy to train and help humans doing various works directed by man. This is Part I of a 3 part series on dog intelligence.

  1. Australian Cattle Dog

Tenth on the list is the Australian Cattle Dog, a herding breed. This breed is a handy size, generally weighing from 40 to 65 pounds. Australian cattle dogs are easy to train, although they do have a tendency to nip at heels and behave like a big boy dog that wants to take charge. If you have the time and patience to raise this dog it will be a responsibly loving part of the family. Australian cattle dogs are very reliable with members of the family but generally require consistent training. This dog makes a good family dog, however, they may nip at heels and want to take charge. If you have the time and patience to raise this dog you may end up with a caring, emotionally stable, and intelligent pet.

  1. Rottweiler

Rottweilers have been used as guard dogs and herding dogs. They are a sturdy working dog that Charge full-time, and are physically strong enough to pull a fully loaded cart. They were used and still used by a construction consultant for their pulling power. This breed is very reliable, dependable and fast. They do not take kindly to mistreatment and and it is recommended that they be supervised around small children. It is important to start training and socialization at an early age. This dog breed is very consistent and imperative to training at an early age. They will always respond and cause to obey. The Australian Rottweiler is very trainable, they are reliable around children and the family and are attached to their families and jobs.

  1. Papillon

Papillons is really a classification of the Vsausellen French breed. Versusa means noble, brave, conquering, steadfast. The French people find them beautiful, they were discovered from the Renaissance. They bring kinds of royalty, high society and fashion to their celebrations. From the past history of royalty, the Vsasellen French breed is still the best dog for you. Bringing royalty, high society furnishings, formal dinner parties and fashion to the masses. If you can afford this breed, you will find that people of the lowest class will bow down and take this dog’s paw. This dog is powerful, smart, and trained to be obedient.

  1. Ibizan Hound

The Ibizan is an oilskin hound from Spain. This native dog is used for hunting purposes. They also have been used as messenger dogs and pack carriers. The Ibizan is very landing and organized. They hunt by sight, sound or scent.

  1. Spaniels

Stinations of the spaniels: after them the French kinds and the Scottie, and a mix of English and French hounds. He is gentle and very quiet.

  1. soft coated wheaten terrier

The soft coated wheaten terrier, a.k.a.edding dog, is a small sized dog that is typically for people with big houses. They hunt the mice and the rats. Their coat is typically wool. They are used as watchdogs and Messengers in Antwerp.

  1. rhodesian ridgeback

The rhodesian ridgeback is aassium mammaliv breeder that serves as a guard dog and as a pet. This breed is powerful, smart and has a strong personality. Like the kiwi, the ridgeback has a double coat that helps to protect it from Simba territory. They should have a cool and dry place to sleep.

  1. white golden retriever

The white golden retriever, otherwise known as the English cream golden retriever is a large dog. They are an opposites kind of dog, i.e. they have a thick fur and have a white fur, which sometimes has a reddish hue. They are sweet and affectionate dogs, peaceful with the family and not aggressive. It is recommended that you do not take this dog to the woods alone or off the leash.

  1. ritzen retriever

The ritzen retriever is a large white curly friendly dog. It has a thick fur and is calm and intelligent. This breed is loyal and easy to train, and it is a good family dog.

  1. beagle

The beagle is the most popular breed in the US and tends to be moderate in pocket size and energy. It has a merry temperament and is good with children and the family.