Hi, I wanna train my dog myself. Kindly help me to choose the best breed that is easy to train.
I would seriously consider obtaining some assistance from a reputable trainer, if possible and if warranted. Sure, dogs can be trained by their owners, exclusively. But guidance from a professional will make the process much easier for you and your dog. That's just my general recommendation.Hi, I wanna train my dog myself. Kindly help me to choose the best breed that is easy to train.
As noted in bold, a person's training skills are of paramount importance to the relative ease and speed with which training occurs. And thus, success. It really has little if anything to do with the particular breed.One judge told me, "A lot has to do with the person training the dog. You can start with a dumb breed and make them really quite clever if you are a good enough trainer". What this judge was actually describing was manifest intelligence -- that is, the sum total of all the dimensions of intelligence that any dog displays.
I would go through other criteria first - yard size, commitment to exercising, shedding, etc. - and then from that narrowed list see which are the most trainable. It's awesome imagining a dog that you can wink at and does 400 things, but as someone who owns a border collie, that ability also comes with hours every day of frisbee, walking, training, etc. Figure out what fits your life best, then figure out what is smart.Hi, I wanna train my dog myself. Kindly help me to choose the best breed that is easy to train.