Smartest doberman

by on 18.05.2018

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For dogs at the top of their class, there is no price to pay for being smart. Poodles do seem to have a very good opinion of themselves. White dog at work by Shutterstock. Whether they discuss the concept of intelligence amongst themselves, we don’t know. But we humans have developed general criteria for what makes a dog smart. What Makes a Dog Breed Smart?

Desire to Please — This is essential in training. A smart dog cannot be inordinately stubborn nor apt to do things his way. He needs to care about fulfilling a task simply because his owner asked it, even it’s something as inane as fetching your slippers. Focus — A smart dog should be able to focus on things for a substantial amount of time and also to switch the object of his focus when his owner redirects it. A dog with his head in the clouds will have trouble learning.

Good Memory — If you have a good memory, it doesn’t necessarily mean you are intelligent. But a smart dog needs to have a capacity to learn and remember commands because, unfortunately, a dog can’t take notes or send text messages to himself during class. Adaptability — If a dog can adjust to new situations and adjust his own training to meet different challenges, that’s a genius canine. Problem Solving — Some dog lovers feel that their pet’s ability to problem solve has lessened since domestication.

Whether or not that’s true, smart dogs still show remarkable skills such as figuring out how to get onto the kitchen counter and behind the toaster for a tiny piece of cheese. Basically, a smart dog will not give up until a job is done. Often, smart dogs will reevaluate a failed situation and come up with a creative solution. A dog needs to be a diligent worker to be smart. Dog bored with homework by Shutterstock.