We have heard the phrase ‘as faithful as a dog’ time and time again in our lives, and honestly, we don’t think it’s one bit wrong. A dog is really a man’s best friend.
A dog is always there to play and comfort their owner, whether it’s playing around with your child, waiting for you to come back home after work, or being by your side when you are sick or crying, or when it comes to protecting you from harm, your dog will always find a way to make you special.
That is why every dog owner out there takes pride and finds a comforting and loyal friend in their dogs. While dogs can be the cutest creatures on earth, they are also one of the smartest pets to have in your home, as shown by some studies.
Here is a detailed list of the top 15 smartest brightest dogs:
#15/ German Shepherds
German shepherds are considered to be one of the smartest dog breeds. These dogs are highly intelligent, bright, do not shy away from hard work, and are very strong physically. As in addition to their high emotional intelligence, they are extremely curious dogs.
The time and hard work put in training german shepherds are always worth it in the end, as they end up being brilliant and bright at whatever they do. Hence, their owners tend to train them in a bunch of different tasks. For example, German shepherds are trained to help the handicapped, used in the police force for drug detection, safety and rescue operations, and in military operations as well.
Prior to that, it’s interesting to see how great they can be with the toddlers, developing a close and strong relationship that makes them highly protective from their side.
The breed of Poodles originally belongs to Germany. Generally, this breed of dog is a highly popular one amongst families. Poodles come in three different sizes, standard, miniature, and toy. Out of the three, families are well suited and inclined towards getting the standard size of this breed. One of the reasons for being so famous amongst families is that this breed of dog is highly smart and very gentle towards the children. As well as, if you have allergies and want a dog that doesn’t shed much hair, Poodles are the best choice.
Poodles are best suited for hunting, as they are very efficient dogs, easy to train, and have great instincts. Which is why oodles are more likely to be trained in domestic environments, whereas, they require consistent exercise and be consistent to maintain good behavior.
When movement and appearance of poodles are very graceful, have waterproof coats, do not like harsh tones or to be left outside in rough environments, and often get anxiety when left alone.
This wrinkly face, short-muzzled breed of dogs holds the first position in the list of smartest dogs. Their ability to act as the same as their owner is uncanny, and they can adapt to the environment they live in very easily, which in other words is known as adaptive intelligence. They have a charming and playful personality, which makes the kids and other people love them dearly.
Their training system has to be very creative as they can get bored and distracted easily with repetitive tasks, but at the end of the day, the training is highly worth it. When pugs are given careful and proper training, they can easily get along with cats and other breeds of dogs upon socializing.