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Onicyphorous 8 month s ago
I had a Cocker Spaniel. I named him Joe. Joe Cocker Spaniel. :)
       
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Ursula 8 month s ago
Actually, the Livestock Guardian breeds should be mentioned. These dogs are incredibly smart and almost completely un-trainable. They should never be pets! The wonderful dogs are meant to ferociously protect livestock. If used for in a home they will protect the children, even against the parents. And, unfortunately, the parents will blame the dog. The ultra loyal dog.
       
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Jody 8 month s ago
Everybody’s dog is the smartest(and prettiest)
       
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Edwin 8 month s ago
Jody, Huh. I've got a bastard of a Shih Tzu that bites kids and a Cocker Poo which is an idiot.
       
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Vessie 8 month s ago
I'm sorry that Siberian Huskies didn't make the list. Mine thinks better than some people I know, and seems to be quite capable of reasoning out problems. She's also a practical joker, and she fits her humor to the person she's pranking.
       
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Weimaraner

The Weimaraner, a gun dog breed developed in the early 19th century in Germany, was favored by royalty for its stunning looks, athleticism, and intelligence. Once used to hunt big-game like wolves, bears, and mountain lions, they now excel in various dog sports. However, being highly energetic and intelligent, the Weimaraner needs proper training to learn how to be calm and control its high prey drive. In addition, this dog breed is very people-oriented and might develop severe separation anxiety if its needs are not met. But, overall, the Weimaraners make great, loyal, and obedient pets for active owners.

 

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