Adopting a dog can be a huge commitment. Just as your parents must have told you, you must take care of them, feed them, take them out for a walk at least twice a day. And let’s be honest, you wouldn’t want, after all of that, to come home to find all your furniture destroyed by a disobedient dog. If you wish to add a new member to your family and be completely sure that your possessions will survive the affair, we’ll go over the most obedient dog breeds you can own (in no particular order).
They aren’t just the preferred breed by cops and security, but they are also chosen as service dogs for their obedience and attentiveness. Just as their pointy ears would suggest, they can be really attentive and seem to understand everything their owners tell them and maybe even more. They are known to notice people’s shifts in mood and act accordingly. It is one of the best companions a person could have.
Golden Retriever and Labrador Retriever
Both dog breeds were used in the past, not to hunt, but to retrieve the fallen prey, as their name suggests. They tend to be protective of their owners and are alert to threats. They are affectionate, good companions, and eager to please to the point of even smiling! These are the best qualities an obedient dog can have. And they are our personal favorite!
One of the most active kinds of dogs, Vizslas can be very intelligent and understand their owners straight away. They also enjoy exercise and playing with people and other dogs. You are not only getting a good and obedient companion but one that will help you stay in shape. It is almost like your own personal trainer. If you think about it, all the games and exercises will help you become closer to each other.
They have been often referred to as the most intelligent dog you can adopt. They learn easily and respond quickly. Just make yourself sure to take good care of them as they tend to lash out at furniture and objects around the house if they aren’t trained properly and don’t feel emotional support. So in a way, they are telling you, that you need to spend more time with them.