Least Obedient Dog Breeds in the World

All dogs deserve an abundance of love and attention from their owners as well as proper training, especially when they are young.

This may be due to their level of intelligence, independence and mischievousness, which makes them a bit more resistant to training.

It's important to remember that every dog has its own personality and genetic makeup, so a lot of kindness and patience goes a long way in teaching them obedience


the agile, intense border collie is known for its boundless energy and unmatched drive to work, border collies weren't designed to be laid-back household pets

The Spanish water dog can be a loving family dog, but don't be fooled by their goofy, shaggy appearance. This breed was developed to work hard as a herding and hunting breed

The Irish wolfhound originated as a war dog, pulling soldiers off horses during battle. They were also used as a hunting breed to go after large, dangerous game

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