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Top 5 Of 10 Hardest Dogs to Train – Most stubborn breeds

The hardest dogs to train: most stubborn and difficult breeds  – Some breeds of dogs are more difficult to train, let’s find out what they are and why

A Basenji puppy: a breed native to Africa (photo Flickr)

Each dog has its own personality and character that changes according to various factors: starting from the genetic specifications of the breed, the environment in which it was grown, social interaction in the first months of life and the approach with people . So it is easy to notice and experience firsthand how our cute 4-legged companions are different from each other starting with the delicate theme of training.

The training is actually the education of the dog to facilitate coexistence and for the safety of our animal. In dangerous situations, such as near a road, if the dog runs away, it is essential that he responds to the commands. It is therefore not a question of imposing domination over the animal but of a form of education to improve understanding and bonding.

Educating a dog is a difficult undertaking. It requires consistency and a daily commitment by the owner of the animal who will have to arm himself with a lot of patience.

Stubborn dog breeds

Here is a small list of some more difficult breeds to train in order to guide the choice of the dog you want, considering one of the fundamental aspects, which is that of the attitude to obedience. Hunting dogs, faithful and loyal specimens, often have the vice of being rather stubborn, even if in many cases they are easily trainable. Greyhounds are another rather difficult breed as well as the chihuahua, a small devil, disguised as an angel.

Afghan hound

Afghan hound

The Afghan hound is a very popular and fashionable breed in the 1980s. Its elegance has always attracted the public to beauty contests. The character of the Afghan hound is also appreciated: intelligent, he is a sensitive and very affectionate dog. However, the Afghan knows how to put his bosses to the test because of his hunting instinct and often tends to flee and disobey commands. It requires a lot of patience and a lot of creativity from the owner who will have to find a way to educate him.

Borzoi

Borzoi

A breed of greyhound originally from Russia. Appreciated for its elegance, it has always been associated with aristocracy. A dog that is basically calm although very stubborn. The borzoi is an independent dog that requires a lot of time and patience for training.

Chihuahua

Chihuahua attentive (Pixabay Photo)
Chihuahua attentive (Pixabay Photo)

Chihuahuas are notoriously peppers. They have a playful character and are so confident that they have the personality of a guard dog. His audacity is equal to his stubbornness which in many cases proves problematic for the education of the chihuahua who needs a lot of constancy and a daily approach.

Basset hound

Basset hound

The basset hound is an extraordinary track dog. It has a highly developed sense of smell. This means that he willingly tends to follow the tracks he encounters along his path, avoiding the calls of the owner. A very sensitive and sociable breed that nevertheless preserves its independent instinct. In such a case, it is necessary to give the dog greater education from a puppy, which must be consistent.

Dog St. Hubert or Bloodhound

Another hunting dog with a highly developed sense of smell used not by chance for missing persons. An extremely stubborn breed that requires serious and constant training. Intelligent and affectionate, the St Hubert conquers for its extraordinary beauty.

Basenji

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Basenji

A breed originally from East Africa, used in hunting. It has extremely developed eyesight and smell, specific qualities of the breed known for its intelligence. However, it is a stubborn dog that must be framed as a puppy, educating it consistently, otherwise it escapes the control of the owner.

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