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The easiest dog breeds to keep, are extremely helpful in taking care of (Part 1)

What are the easiest dog breeds to breed for beginners to care for a pet?

When looking at dog breeds, we usually look at many factors. Is that dog smart? Are they easy to train and care for? Are they suitable for your lifestyle?

People often think that dogs learn more or less depending on their intelligence level. In addition, a dog’s loyalty is a trait any dog ​​owner wants.

Once you decide to keep a dog, you need to be responsible for your dog, dogs are like children, they also have their own personality and needs.

If you are looking for a new member for your family, then you can consider the following 11 breeds, as they are rated as the easiest breeds to keep!

Border Collie

The Border Collie is a bright representative in the top of the easiest dog breeds. They are native to the Scottish and English borders (which is why they are named), this energetic breed is easy to train.

The Border Collie is very smart, can be ranked first among smart breeds, the Border Collies can learn a command after just 5 repetitions, and will comply with up to 95% accuracy.

Besides, they are very active and love sports, you can often see the Border Collies in dog competitions.

In addition, they are also very active, very good at games such as catching balls, throwing discs. Border Collies are a great companion for your family, however, they should be facilitated to join more people in addition to your family members.

Poodle

Aside from the Border Collies, there is another smart dog on this list of easiest breeds, the Poodle.

The Poodle is very active, active and easy to train. As a fast learning dog, the Poodle excels at almost every activity.

Poodle has a small stomach, so you only need to feed them three small meals a day. In addition, Poodle likes activities such as tracking, swimming, training.

Poodle has 3 sizes that are Toy Poodle (Small Poodle), Miniature Poodle (Medium Poodle) and Standard Poodle (Big Poodle), if the Poodle is well cared for, then most of them have. can live well, healthy to adulthood.

When raising a Poodle, there is a mandatory requirement, that is, you must brush them weekly, which is also something that can create a connection between the owner and this little friend.

Poodle dogs need regular exercise, in addition, Poodle can easily adapt to all lifestyles.

Poodle is a breed that loves to be with people and play, so being a member of the family will make the Poodle very happy.



The Top 5 smartest dogs in the world

Scientists find that different breeds of dogs have different intellectual abilities. The standard of intellectual classification in the commonly used dogs is the book “The dog’s intelligence” by Dr. Stanley Coren. Those sub-standards include: instinct, intelligence, adaptive intelligence and the ability to intelligently obey.


1. Border Collie, the smartest dog in the world

Border Collie.

Border Collie is a hunting dog-dog breed originating from England. It has the name Border because this breed originated from the border between England and Scotland. Compared to other breeds, Border Collie has three highlights: they are considered to be first in the list of smart dogs, they are bright, easy to teach, quick-to-command and drove cattle and poultry on the large fields.

2. Poodle

Poodle.

Duckhound (Poodle) is a hunting dog used to hunt waterfowl which is mainly ducks. Nowadays, this breed is bred to become a dog breed with the image of beautiful and lovely ladies. Their name “Poodle” comes from the word “Pudel” in German, meaning a diver or a dog wading, and their fur can crush the body while in the water. The remaining coat covers the joints and important parts to keep them from being cold and injured.

3. Bergie Germany

Bergie Germany

German shepherd dog (also known as Alsace dog), is a medium-sized dog, originating from Germany. In Vietnam, this breed is called the Berger dog, transliterated from the French berger also means shepherd dog. The German Shepherd Dog is a relatively new breed, born in 1899. German shepherd dogs belong to the herding dog group, originally bred for sheep shepherd. Due to their strength, intelligence and ability to comply with training orders, they are often used in police and military forces. Because they are very loyal and instinctive to protect their owners, German shepherd dogs are among the most registered dogs.

4. Golden Retriever

Golden Retriever.

Golden Retriever is a medium-sized dog. Belonging to the dog family, they are active, playful, they are very loyal and intelligent. They also have other names as prey dogs or retrievers. The Golden Retriever is a dog that has the instinct to hunt and detect prey so it can be a special dog to detect drugs,… The common feature of this species is that it is very gentle and intelligent and loyal and likes to play.

5. Doberman

Doberman.

Doberman is the name of a breed that can be raised to keep a house, watch or work. Its full and accurate name is Dobermann Pinscher (AKC American Kennel Club). Dobermann is one of the few dogs named after the person (Louis Dobermann). This is a ferocious dog, but if well trained, it can be excellent family dogs. With an appropriate approach, they can be easily trained and will learn very quickly. Like all dogs, if properly trained, they can be suitable for children.




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