Smartest Breeds

These are some of the smartest breeds. They have high mental and physical stimulation as well as a strong commitment for their owner.

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The Most Intelligent Dogs: Will They Outsmart You?

The idea of adopting or purchasing one of the smartest dog breeds may seem appealing, but there are a number of things to consider when adding one of these breeds to your household. Owners need to prepare for the stimulation and commitment it takes to raise an intelligent breed…

Black Labrador Retriever laying in grass (Caption: Guide to the Labrador Retriever)

Labrador Retriever: Everyone’s Favorite Family Pet

A particularly versatile and intelligent dog breed, it is no surprise that the Labrador Retriever has been named the American Kennel Club’s most popularly registered dog for the past two decades. So what makes this breed so popular?

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What Are The Most Intelligent And Smartest Dog Breeds In The Word?

What makes dogs smart? Is it their ability to learn new tricks, or how well they obey commands? However you see it, the truth is some dogs are more intelligent than others. So, let’s take a look at the world’s smartest dogs — at least the consensus on the top breeds when it comes to canine intelligence testing. Though it shouldn’t be the only determining factor, it may help you decide if you want to make one of these breeds a part of your home. 

Brown Poodle in girl's lap (caption: Poodle Guide)

Poodle Guide: Toy, Miniature, Standard, Teacup, Shedding, Grooming, Life Span & More

Depending on whom you ask, the Poodle is considered one of the world’s most intelligent dog breeds, but is that what makes this dog so lovable? This unique breed includes three sizes: standard, miniature, and toy, and is an excellent choice for people with allergies. Read on to find out more about Poodles’ characteristics, including their history, various types, cuddly appearance, intelligence, and overall temperament.

German Shepherd laying on ground (caption: Guide To German Shepherds)

German Shepherd Guide: Life Span, Temperament, Colors, Size, Shedding & More

The German Shepherd is a breed that has found its place in just about every niche, from the family dog to a working service dog. Just what is it that makes the German Shepherd such a good candidate for so many varied activities? Is it their loyalty, confidence, courage, or ability to learn? We take a look at the history, appearance, temperament, and needs of the German Shepherd.

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