7 of the Easiest Dog Breeds to Train

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Bringing home a pet is a good thing because you’ll be happier, but adopting a dog, for example, also brings a number of new responsibilities. So, if you are ready to adopt a dog, it’s important to take into consideration their needs and see if you are able to meet them.

Some of the most important things that they need are: good food, enough space to play, daily walks, regular veterinary check ups, training sessions and a proper socializing process. 

4 thoughts on “7 of the Easiest Dog Breeds to Train”

  1. My parents had a Australian Shepard, he was very easy to train, he just had too much energy for them, but he was a very intelligent sweet dog.

  2. Black Lab. Loyal,smart, sweet, easy train,empathetic, just ‘knows’ what humans need and when (especially with kids)

  3. My female Dalmatian was one of the smartest. Now I got a Bugg ,a Boston Terrier and a English Mastiff. I think it’s how you approach training,all three are extremely well trained,they do things that amaze me ,I use hand signals for all my dogs especially the Mastiff

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