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The Alaskan Malamute as an Intelligent Dog

Since the Alaskan Malamute is mostly used as a sled dog, it is commonly known as a strong and hardworking dog. And truly, not many people would think that an Alaskan Malamute is an intelligent dog. But if you have an Alaskan Malamute, you will find out sooner or later that it has an almost insatiable need for mental stimulation, and you will probably have a hard time trying to keep it from feeling bored. [...]

Why The Alaskan Malamute is Not a Breed for Everyone

If you are planning to get an Alaskan Malamute, you should first realize that this dog is not a breed for everyone. With its superior intelligence and stubborn nature, an Alaskan Malamute is one dog that is very difficult to train and command. It is definitely not a suitable breed for first time dog owners. [...]

The Beauceron as a Family Dog

The Beauceron can be an important addition to your family if you know how to integrate him properly. It is important to be patient. Your diligence and patience will have positive and lasting results! [...]

Introducing the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are quite a popular breed and if you are thinking of having one yourself, then as with most dogs it is much better to have one from a puppy. You should always make sure that you get your dog from a reputable breeder - either one recommended by someone you know or one recommended by the Kennel Club of Great Britain. All Cavalier breeders have to comply with a code of ethics and supply owners with certain information. [...]

The Schipperke and the Art of Escape

The stature of the petite sized Schipperke often belies the vast intelligence contained inside the little dog. Many owners do not realize the extent of their dog's tenacity until they are being given a run for their money. Unbeknownst to many, the Schipperke ranks in the top twenty of the world's smartest dogs. They are extremely versatile and love to put their intelligence to the test in any way they can. They are daring, brave and bold and rarely hesitate to move on even the most precarious of situations. Owners who put their Schipperke off for too long or too often will experience the perils of not keeping the dog breed busy. The Schipperke is one that does not wait for others and it certainly won't hesitate to entertain itself. [...]

Miniature Poodle Advanced Tricks

Miniature poodles are extremely intelligent, cheerful, highly trainable dogs that are wonderful at learning tricks and advanced tricks. Because of their trainability, they have used this clever, amusing breed of dog in many circus acts over the centuries. Poodles love to learn and please you and although teaching your dog tricks and advanced tricks is a form of obedience exercise, it keeps the dog energetic, alert, keeps its mind active, and strengthens the bond between you and your pet. It is a great way to have fun and play with your poodle. Dogs that learn advanced tricks are also learning good behavior and obedience. [...]

A Very Smart Dog

The truth is that the Sussex Spaniel has a reputation for having a good intelligence, but not considered very bright. This, however, comes from people who may misunderstand some of the behavior of the breed and see only a stubborn dog that may take time to house and obedience train. They forget to notice that the dog has skills in game hunting that make it excel in one environment and do poorly in another one. Intelligence isn't just about learning how to sit on command, it's also about how well the dog functions within its native environment. In the Sussex Spaniel's native environment of England, the dog is highly prized for its contribution to small game hunting. It has a great joy of the hunt and its smaller frame allows it to search the underbrush much more effectively than larger dogs. The dog's coat is a golden liver color that blends in with the trees at sunset, making it hard to spot for the prey. It is intensely loyal and a very friendly dog. It can even retrieve game that has fallen in waterways and bring it back to the hunter. [...]

A Dog That Is Highly Intelligent

As a herding dog, the PON (Polish Owczarek Nizinny) has a natural intelligence and independence to make its own decisions. It has developed this capacity to learn and to judge its environment from years of breeding. This can be a good character trait as well as a bad one, depending on how the dog fits into the family unit. [...]

The Welsh Terrier and Terrier Energy

Terriers are a group of dogs that has a well documented history and purpose and which includes a wide variety of dog breeds. These dogs were mostly developed in the British Isles to hunt and kill vermin, such as rats, foxes or any other game that could damage crops or wreak havoc on farms. These dogs were bred to be small and sturdy, so that they could follow their prey into dens and burrows. Once they gained in popularity, they were also used on hunts. Larger hunting dogs, usually hounds, would chase quarry that would often hide in small spaces or dens; the terriers would be released and they would "go to ground", or enter the small hiding places, to flush out the hunted animal. [...]

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