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Mon, Aug 1 | By Lori Mauger, CPDT-KA | 2

What you need to know before choosing a highly intelligent dog breed. Selecting the perfect dog for your lifestyle is challenging enough given the myriad of breed choices and mixtures, not to mention the vast differences in size and appearance … more ›

Is a 'Smart Pet' a Sure Bet?
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Michele Z.
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Michele Z.
3 years ago

My sister had a Bordie Collie and he was NOT AT ALL like the descriptions above. In fact, he was kind of "lazy"...

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Ches21
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Ches21
3 years ago

remember the smarter dogs can get bored easily and then if they are bored they can be destructive. I had a dalmation from a breeder once her name was Holly no one had the time to train Holly so we had her until she was two years old and our backyard had become a dangerous area to be in cause she would dig really deep holes and it was hard to walk out there without falling in one. Then We had Kirby a female lab mix from the humane socitey and she was part poodle or hound and it really showed cause we trained her and when she got bored she would bark like a hound and she was no city dog scarred of all the traffic and she tore up my toy horses I was only 10 or 8 then. both Holly and Kirby had to find new homes cause we did not have the time for them. But they found good new homes.

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