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    Top 10 Most Intelligent Dog Breeds in the World

    Most intelligent dog breeds in the world must be one of one of the most intelligent animals. They can be trained and help people doing various works that directed by human. But The intelligence of each dog is different depend on their breeds. Here’s top 10 most intelligent dog breeds in the world

    10. Australian Cattle Dog

    This breed is very active. They need regular exercise, both physically and mentally. They originally developed in Australia. They are independent thinkers, creative (in the dog version) and is very protective of their property, including the human own them.

    Australian Cattle Dog

    9. Rottweiler

    In the list of the expert and the police, this dog has a reputation as a fearsome dog. In fact, this dog has the potential to be a good family dog. Rotty is not only intelligent, Rotty also have the courage (one of the best guard dogs) and reliable.


    8. The Papilon

    Is this a scary dog? Yep! This dog is supposed to be scary, because they are far more resilient than it appears. Papilons is a little moody and aggressive and very possessive of their masters and the ‘members in the house’. Maybe a little bit surprising to say that papilons is the most gentle dog. Papilons a very intelligent dog and easy to train.

    The Papilon

    7. Labrador Retriever

    This dogs are very loving, gentle, and patient. Dogs of this type is including the most popular dog in the world. This dog don’t need regular exercise because of its good, love the children and friendly toward other dogs. Labs owned by lot of families.

    Labrador Retriever

    6. Shetland Sheepdog

    You still remember Lassie? Now that she’s the star! Many dog owners who say that their intelligence level is almost equal to men! Shelties breed to become a shepherd of hundreds of sheep, because it requires concentration, and of course intelligence. Sometimes It can be a bit wary of strangers and the children, but very loyal and gentle with their owners. In fact, this dog like a human companion. What you see on TV, almost close to its original nature.

    Shetland Sheepdog

    5. Doberman Pinscher

    Very loyal, forceful and feared. They have tremendous stamina and love to work. Although they have known to have a dominate nature, Dobermans can be quite easily controlled, and they even work as therapy dogs in hospitals. They can be good family dogs if trained from childhood. Although not as vicious as pitbull / terrier, you can rely on the aggressive protection when needed.

    Doberman Pinscher

    4. Golden Retriever

    Dogs owned by a million people. This popular dog because of loyal, affectionate, gentle and very close to the children, It has a natural instinct to please people and other animals. With intelligence above the average, not surprising that golden retrievers are very good in various obedience competitions and playing tricks.

    Golden Retriever

    3. German Shepherd

    Very smart, brave and have a strong protective intinct. When trained from childhood, they can be a good family dog for the kids. Because of his intelligence, they need a goal and work for their happiness. Therefore, this type of dog is suitable to be a police dog.

    German Shepherd

    2. Poodle

    Standard poodle puppy have high intelligence and very easily trained. They were pleased to be among humans, and hate to be left alone. Behind the cute appearance, poodle dog also can be used as a hunting dog.


    1. Border Collie

    Collie needs a job. When he was unemployed, they won’t be happy. Collie is not recommended to be left alone. They need a companion, praise and intensive training. If you work outside the city, do not think to have this dog, because it really is not suitable for you. Collie have legendary intelligence. Dog competition for the program is different from others, such as speed test, obedience and of course herding sheep challenge.

    Border Collie

    But will these intelligent breeds be able to interpret the names on their pet name tags? I guess they won’t. Human still smarter of course




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