The Most Disobedient Dog Breeds

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Australian shepherd

Australian shepherds are high-energy dogs with an unclear origin story. This breed needs active training.


A relative of the greyhound, the Saluki was developed in the Middle East. This dog breed is second quickest in the world.

King Charles spaniel

Charles II, the 17th-century British ruler, loved these short, shaggy spaniels with huge, beady eyes.

Siberian husky

The Siberian husky is the Tundra's pride, working hard and being a devoted friend.

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Bichon Frise

The Bichon Frise's petite size, dazzling white coat, and bouncing gait make it a puffball with legs.


The American Kennel Club (AKC) holds the boxer in high esteem due to the breed's four Best in Show victories at Westminster.


Short, fuzzy "wiener dogs" are popular in the US due to their German background.

Boston terrier

"Tuxedo jacket" coats distinguish these affectionate dogs. Given their energy and occasional barking, trainability can be difficult.


Hachiko, a famous Akita, waited for his deceased owner at Shibuya Train Station every morning for 10 years.


The Han dynasty utilized pugs as hunting dogs. If allowed, hunting dogs like to be the boss.

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