The Famous 15 Intelligent Dog Breeds

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Are you looking for something to do today? Then why not play a game with your dogs, and we can teach you some fun facts about these amazing animals. Many people are surprised by the intelligence of these canine companions, some more so than others. After all, they can jump through hoops!

Dogs are loyal and trustworthy to their owners. This is why they’re considered man’s best friend, which validates the old English saying – ‘as faithful as a dog.’ Dogs can be loving and affectionate companions but need plenty of exercise and attention. They are easy to train, although some breeds like to test their owners, to see how strong their persona is in the house.

Your dog is always there to play with you, comfort you when you’re sad, or to stand by your side no matter what. They will never complain and always give the same amount of love no matter what.

Every dog owner will say their pet is the cutest and knows how to do “smart” tricks. However, it’s important to keep in mind that some dogs are smarter than others and do stand out from the crowd.

Here are the 15 famous intelligent dog breeds

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1. German Shepherds

It is one of the most popular breeds. They’re brave, intelligent, strong and always ready to work hard. This, mixed with emotional intelligence, makes them pretty unique!

It is hard to believe but German Shepherds are renowned for their intelligence, loyalty, and bravery. Often used as police dogs or guard dogs, they make wonderful companions for the right people. German Shepherds are medium-sized dogs that have a long coat and muscular bodies. They are always on the go and can make excellent hiking companions.

German Shepherds often excel in many things, because they are taught to do them from a young age; however, the time and effort invested in training them is worth it. These dogs can be very helpful to the handicapped, in rescue missions, crime scenes, and the military.

There’s a great relationship that usually forms between them and toddlers. They often get emotionally invested in the toddler and become protective.


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