Best Dogs to Train: The Top 9 Breeds

9. Miniature Schnauzer

The Mini Schnauzer is friendly, smart, full of energy, loyal, and eager to please. They are easy to train and make wonderful family pets. "Miniature Schnauzers are smart and learn quickly," says the American Miniature Schnauzer Club. Many of them have done very well in formal obedience tests and agility competitions." 

Papillon

The Papillon is a great choice for families because it is small, sweet, sassy, smart, and full of spirit. This little bundle of joy learns quickly, but it needs to keep doing what it does. People say that they take in and learn from everything they do. 

7. Doberman Pinscher

Royal, loyal, courageous, protective, energetic, and intellectual, the Doberman is A strong, experienced owner will help this breed learn, socialise, and obey. Great family dog. “They are highly intelligent and require things to do and a family to interact with—being loose in a house all day, or tied in a dog kennel all day will only lead to negative habits.

6. Boxer

The Boxer is a loving, loyal, and guardian friend. They are smart, and if they are trained well and consistently, they learn quickly. Boxers are great family dogs, and their easygoing, playful nature makes them good for kids.

5. German Shepherd

The German Shepherd is known for being very strong, sure of himself, loyal, loving, smart, and hardworking. This breed can be taught to do even more than that. People often think of them as police dogs, dogs for drug task forces, war dogs, etc. They are good guard dogs and family dogs, but they need to be trained.

4. Golden Retriever

Like the Lab, the Golden is one of the most popular dog breeds. They are loving, loyal, athletic, smart, and easy to train. They are very active dogs that are great for families. Like labs, these dogs are often taught to help disabled people and work with police on search and rescue missions.

3. Labrador Retriever

The AKC said in March 2019 that the Labrador has been the most popular dog breed for 28 years. Loyal, caring, and smart, this breed makes an excellent family pet. According to animalplanet.com, labs “Are the breed of choice for search and rescue operations, guiding dogs, assisted living dogs, and contraband detection work.” 

2. Poodle

Poodles exist to please their owners! They are smart, lively, playful, and hypoallergenic. They're kind and loving. Poodles give unconditional love. I remember my childhood with a house full of poodles fondly. 

1. Border Collie

Border Collies are considered the smartest dogs. The AKC calls them “whip-smart workaholics.” They're athletic and intelligent. They learn well. Pre-train. Consistently teach them. Originally developed for herding, this inclination stays intact. Keep them busy—they're aware. Border Collies excel in obedience and agility events.

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