Dog breeds are loyal, intelligent, eager to please their humans will generally tend trainable. Dog breeds in Herding Group (Border Collie, German Shepherd Dog, …), Sporting Group (Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever, …), and Working Group (Doberman Pinscher, Rottweiler, …) tend to be easier to train than dog breeds in Hound Group and Terrier Group.
#1 – Border Collie
The Border Collie is a herding dog breed originating from Scottish Borders. They are hard-working, intelligent and energetic and highly trainable breed. The Border Collie has independent and extremely intelligent thinking to handle their work. However, if they do not work, play, or exercise regularly, they will feel bored and destructive. Border Collie owners should expect to spend a lot of time with their dog.
#2 – Standard Poodle
Today we often see Standard Poodle appearing in agile and obedient competitions. The Standard Poodle is a intelligent dog, easy to train, suitable for playing with children, and they also have hypoallergenic fur. And not just Standard Poodle, all versions of Poodle are great, smart, docile companions.
#3 – German Shepherd Dog
The German Shepherd Dog is a breed of medium to large-sized herding dog that originated in Germany. The German Shepherd Dog is large, powerful, muscular, agile, intelligent, confident and has a noble personality. Loyalty, courage are what people often mention about this breed. The German Shepherd Dog wants to protect and please those who are special to them. Today, the German Shepherd Dog is used for a variety of jobs, including disability assistance, search and rescue, police and military roles, and acting.
#4 – Golden Retriever
The Golden Retriever is a Scottish gundog with great beauty. Golden Retrievers are friendly, smart, devoted friends, docile, easy to train and have love in life. They are eager to please and suitable for making friends with all ages, from children to the elderly. If you want to cuddle with somebody then Golden Retrievers are a great option.
#5 – Doberman Pinscher
The Doberman Pinscher, also known as Dobermann, is a medium-large working dog that originated in Germany. Doberman Pinscher is sleek and strong. Doberman Pinscher is considered one of dogkind’s noblemen. Doberman Pinscher is an intelligent, loyal, fearless and vigilant dog, and they always cling to the humans they love. They are known for their ability to learn, retain their training, and are one of the best guard dog breeds in the world.
#6 – Shetland Sheepdog
The Shetland Sheepdog, also known as Sheltie, is a small dog breed originating from Scotland. All have white hairs on the collar, parts of the legs and usually the tip of the tail, some may have white streaks on the face. The downy undercoat is covered by a long, dense, rough outer coat with a noticeable ruffled coat around the neck, leg hair, petticoat on the abdomen, and frills on the hindquarters. Sheltie are also a sheepdog, they are enthusiastic at work and show good skills. They are docile, very intelligent, playful, enthusiastic, energetic and easy to train.
#7 – Labrador Retriever
The Labrador Retriever is a medium-large breed of retriever-gun dog originating from United Kingdom and Canada. They have an adorable appearance and an outgoing, friendly, vivacious personality. The Labrador Retriever is a intelligent, playful, easy to train, easygoing, human-friendly dog that is suitable for making friends with all ages. They are often used as therapy dogs and they are also people who work hard in support and rescue work.
#8 – Papillon
The Papillon is a small breed of dog, with its outer appearance highlighted by large ears, resembling butterfly wings. They are also an intelligent, friendly, adventurous dogs, most of the time they are happy, they are a bit mischievous and enjoy being active. They are also quick-learning dogs and love to learn new things.
#9 – Rottweiler
The Rottweiler is a medium-to-large or large breed of working dog originating from Germany. When it comes to the Rottweiler, many people probably think of a strong, muscular dog, and maybe some people are scared. However, properly raised Rottweiler, they are very sweet, loyal, courageous, playful, very obedient and always ready to protect their families.
#10 – Australian Cattle Dog
The Australian Cattle Dog is also known by the other name Blue Heeler or Red Heeler, is a breed of herding dog originating from Australia. They are compact in appearance, but full of muscle, they have short and beautiful hair and need little grooming and bathing. The Blue Heeler is also a healthy dog, rarely getting sick, and rarely seeing a vet. The Blue Heeler is a hard-working dog, if they are not working they need to exercise regularly to avoid being bored. Although some of them think independently, but their loyalty and intelligence make them easy to train.