Leading ten Smartest Dog Breeds! (Official Kennel Clubs Checklist)

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www.DogsTop10. : Who Lets The Dogs Out by Bahamen These are top dogs, created by , an official pet dog breed business, dependent on how a lot of it took for a specific breed to master a new command. The breeds on our checklist took at minimum 5 repetitions or significantly less to understand a new command, and tended to obey very first instructions much more than 95 for each cent of the time. Do not be mad if your pet dog is not in this checklist p
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    • PureLove4MusicAndAMV
    • October 13, 2011

    Husky is number 1 for me 🙂 thumbs up if u agree me 😀

    • boxturtlesrock
    • October 13, 2011

    Border Collies all the way!!!!!! 🙂

    • Shaddiewolf
    • October 13, 2011

    I’m sorry, but there is NO WAY that Labradors, golden retrievers, Shetlands and poodles can be on this list. Some of the dumbest dogs I’ve ever met in my entire life have been labs, goldens, and poodles of all shapes and sizes. Dogs that “hate to be left alone” are not smart, nor does friendliness and a balanced nature suggest superior intelligence. They are dependent – loyal, friendly, obedient, perhaps. But I would in no way classify them among the smartest breeds.

    • Shaddiewolf
    • October 13, 2011

    I would also like to add that I am extremely disappointed in the fact that, for some BIZARRE reason, Australian cattle dogs are number 10 on this ridiculous list. Along with border collies, they are possibly the most alert, attentive, and responsive bunch of dogs that I have ever had a chance to deal with hands on, with a genuine interest to learn and an extremely fast rate of understanding.

    • webkinzrocksgirl1
    • October 13, 2011

    i love greman sheaperds collies and golden retriever best

    • ginganz13
    • October 13, 2011

    If it’s not a Border Collie it’s just a dog…

    • eguzmanryan1
    • October 13, 2011

    2:56 isnt a poodle its a bichon frise

    • pursewebspider1
    • October 13, 2011

    i really like border collies

    • ChantelleBritney
    • October 13, 2011

    Okay, don’t get me wrong, my border collie is a freakin genius! But…what about huskies? My two can open doors and windows and they learned just by watching me. Sort of shocked they aren’t on the list xD

    • 2021kitty
    • October 13, 2011

    Where’s the chihuahua

    • marre116
    • October 13, 2011

    What about the tollers? they’re said to be as smart as the border collies, well, shouldn’t they at least make it to the top then??

    • marre116
    • October 13, 2011

    @Shaddiewolf
    The list wasn’t about the most responsive dogs but the SMARTEST.

    • Jamesdurbinrules
    • October 13, 2011

    German shepherd the smatrest hands down

    • MrParangaricutirimi
    • October 12, 2011

    and … where is the peruvian dog..?¿?¿.. haha .. Ive seen one doing sh*t n the toilet…and thats funny but true…. probably the one who did this vid.. didn’t know abaout he exist… XD

    • FreyaJanssonSalonen
    • October 12, 2011

    2:57 looks like a bichon frisé :S

    • gsdandpoodlelover
    • October 12, 2011

    i currently have 3 german shepherds and 1 standard poodle…..idk how the heck poodle got number 2 and gsd number 3……lol my gsd’s are much, much, much more obedient. i originally saw this list in the book The intelligence of dogs, by Stanley Coren. nice vid.

    • gsdandpoodlelover
    • October 12, 2011

    @2021kitty i have a chihuahua and he is smart in that he stays near me and knows his name but i spent over a half hour trying to teach him sit, and he never got it…….my gsd pups usually have that down in about 5 minutes. chis are awesome and i love my little guy but sorry to say, they rate pretty far down the list, see The intelligence of dogs, by Stanley Coren

    • SPExJR
    • October 12, 2011

    blue heeler at no:10 ? no:1 more like it

    • Jarrett2409
    • October 12, 2011

    This Is So Fake! You Have No Taste At All!

    • imamdarkness
    • October 12, 2011

    wheres the belgian malinois us army pick them over german sheps beacause there smarter braver and can work better

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