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People want to teach the dog not only to be obedient, but also a variety of teams: to bring objects, turn over, jump over obstacles, and so on. Some dogs learn very easily, others learn more difficult. There are dogs, which most easily trained, list.

1.Labrador Retriever - this is common sense dogs. They love to learn and it they're doing great. Labrador Retriever love to be responsible for something. They like to dominate the other dogs, and when you do you train a Labrador Retriever, you should show your dominance, but this should be done without anger. This dog have a short attention span, so the training needs to be consistent and recurrent.

2.German Shepherd - due to its high mind, this dog loves to learn, and for landlord is not hard it to do. That learning to be effective, the German Shepherd is always to be rewarded for their team. Training should be short and quick, because this dog quickly get bored. This police dogs can learn a lot, and easily.

3.Golden Retriever - these dogs are very easy to train. Golden retrievers naturally love to learn. Just keep in mind that they are very sensitive, so when you teach them, to not show anger or aggression. Use positive motivation - dog food, games, words of praise, and this dog will learn a great deal.

4.Boxer - this is intelligent and quick learners dogs. They are easily bored, so training should be diversified. Boxers can learn a complex command, but one must know how to teach this dog. They need a dominant owner.

5.Poodle - Poodles have regularity and obedience. However, they are very disappointed with themselves if they fail to do something. It is therefore needs to start with easy teams. Every day the team should progress to. They are very sensitive for voice tone.

6.Rottweiler - these dogs are relatively easy to train because they are intelligent. Them great affect positive motivation. You need to avoid rough treatment of them, you can not show anger. You can have it admonishing words. For this dog need a strict and fair host.

7.Doberman Pinscher - this intelligent dogs, who are very eager to please their master. However, these dogs want to dominate, so owner must be strong and firm but fair. Dobermans can be stubborn, but the right training can a lot of to teach this dog. A properly bred dog will not be aggressive. Ideally, if teach the dog not only the owner but also his whole family.

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