Many people in modern society will choose to keep pets, and pet dogs will also become their choice. Then before choosing a pet dog will first consider the dog’s wisdom, because smart dogs, can quickly learn to understand people’s commands, daily communication and interaction will not have any obstacles, then the dog’s wisdom ranking is particularly important. Here is the ranking of the top 10 smartest dog breeds in the world.
Dog of Wisdom: Border Collie
The Border Collie ranks first in the world in terms of dog breed wisdom and is native to the Scottish border. This dog is naturally intelligent, good at reading people, can accurately understand the instructions of the master, equivalent to the wisdom of a 6- to 8-year-old child. Border Collie’s super high wisdom, imitation for it is not difficult, they know how to carefully observe the master’s every move, and sometimes will learn a few hands, but also learn quite like that.
In addition, the border collie’s learning ability is super strong, the owner as long as a little effort to teach, the dog can learn to eat, sleep, exercise and defecate on time. And the dog is very quiet and docile, perfect for families with elderly children. It is absolutely loyal to its owner, so it is also one of the most popular pet dogs.
Dog of Wisdom: Poodle
It may be a bit unbelievable, but I have seen a lot of people on the internet saying that the wisdom of a poodle is only equal to that of a three-year-old child, it is true. It has been confirmed, and you will find that the poodle is able to understand some of the things that the owner says, react to your words accordingly, and it is able to respond quickly to the specified commands that are given by the owner, and that says it all.
Originally from France, the Poodle has been very popular, especially with girls, because of its lack of hair loss, odorlessness and versatility in styling. With the second highest IQ in the dog world, Poodles are extremely intelligent. They frequented places like circuses in their early years, which means that they are very intelligent and easy to train. Poodles are also like “little people” in life!
Dog of Wisdom: German Shepherd Dog
German Shepherds are jack-of-all-trades working dogs, capable of a variety of working professions, such as narcotics dogs, riot control dogs, search and rescue dogs, guide dogs, tracking dogs, sheepdogs, and more! Compared to the entire dog world, the German Shepherd is the only one that is so versatile and good at what it does!
The German Shepherd can do so many jobs, in addition to loyalty, but not without its high IQ. In the dog world, the IQ can be ranked third, definitely not for nothing! Due to genetic reasons, German Shepherd is prone to arthritis, leg and foot deformation, walking limp and so on, usually need to pay attention to give it calcium supplement!
Dog of Wisdom:Golden Retriever
The Golden Retriever is one of the more popular dog breeds nowadays. The advantages of this dog are that it is easy to keep, very patient and does not require much from its owner, as long as it is exercised regularly, fed regularly and given regular check-ups.
The Golden has a friendly expression and a warm, alert, confident and unafraid personality. It has a pleasant disposition and is very friendly with small children or babies, making it a good helper for new moms. It has excellent swimming range and is simply the swimming champion of the dog world.
Dog of Wisdom: Doberman Pinscher
Doberman Pinscher is a very fierce dog. It is mainly responsible for military and police work. With training, it can become a hunting dog, a hound and a sheepdog. Doberman is lively, alert, firm, vigilant, brave and obedient. On the other hand, the Doberman is bold and resolute, good at biting and has a certain degree of aggressiveness. These characteristics determine that it has all the conditions of an excellent police dog. The Doberman has a strong and stable body structure and a smooth and sleek coat. It looks perfect.
Dog of Wisdom: Sheltie Sheepdog
The Sheltie Sheepdog is a very intelligent breed and the highest working and obedience dog, most Sheltie’s will understand the meaning of a new command from their owner within 5 times of hearing it and will be able to memorize the new command easily. When the owner gives a command, the chances of it being obeyed are higher than 95%. In addition, it will respond to commands within a few seconds of being given, even if the owner is located at a distance. Even if the person training it is inexperienced, it can still learn well.
Dog of Wisdom: Labrador
The Labrador, also known as the Retriever, is a medium to large sized dog breed that is ideal for dogs chosen as guide dogs or subway police dogs and search and rescue dogs and other working dogs that frequent public places. The Labrador Retriever comes in four colors: black, yellow, chocolate, and beige.
Labrador personality is loyal, atmospheric, simple, gentle, sunny, cheerful, lively, very high IQ, also very friendly to people, especially to children, slightly clingy to the dog owner.
Dog of Wisdom: Butterfly Dogs
Also known as Butterfly Eared Dogs and Papillons, named for the long hairs on their ears that stand upright and adorn them like fluttering butterflies, Butterfly Dogs are native to France and are one of the oldest breeds of dogs in Europe.
Butterfly dogs are charming companion dogs that often appear in European court portraits, with their striking large butterfly wing-like ears and exclusive facial markings. Because the dogs have been raised in nobility and palaces for generations, they have developed excellent insight and guarding abilities.
Dog of Wisdom: Rottweiler
Strong, swift and imposing, the Rottweiler is one of the most courageous and powerful dog breeds in the world. Native to Germany, the Rottweiler is strong, swift and imposing, making them one of the most courageous and powerful breeds in the world. Once used as cattle guards, the Rottweiler is now widely used as a military and police dog, and is widely regarded as an extremely valuable family dog.
The Rottweiler is intelligent, alert, calm and loyal to its owner, and is excellent as both a police dog and a family guard dog. It is best to do some obedience and socialization training with your Rottweiler as a puppy, so that it will be easier to control when it grows up and reduce the chance of injury!