Dog Breeds2018-09-05T20:50:53+00:00

Dog Breed Training Profiles

Akita

Akitas have a reputation for being stubborn, but with the help of a professional trainer, they can be taught to obey any command.

American Bulldog

The American Bulldog is known for its natural athleticism and enjoys being outside, which makes the breed incredibly easy to train.

American Pit Bull Terrier

The earlier you start American Pit Bull Terrier training, the easier it will be for them to not develop aggressive behavior.

Australian Shepherd

Australian Shepherds are athletic dogs that need to stay busy. Otherwise, they can develop bad behaviors, which are tough to curb.

Beagle

Like with most hound dog breeds, Beagles can be difficult to train. But keeping them structured can help prevent destructive behavior.

Bernedoodle

Bernedoodles are lovable, lively dogs. Although they're susceptible to separation anxiety, it can be avoided if they're properly socialized.

Bernese Mountain Dog

Although Berners are rarely aggressive, we recommend training Bernese Mountain Dogs for potential socialization and obedience issues.

Border Collie

Border Collies are intelligent dogs known for their herding ability. They love being active, and are generally easy dogs to train.

Boston Terrier

Boston Terrier training will help curb bad behaviors that can easily be picked up through play and exercise. Potty training is also helpful.

Brittany

This dog breed's high level of energy can be hard to handle, but by utilizing the proper training methods, Brittany training can be effective.

Cane Corso

Cane Corsos may have an intimidating presence, but if they're trained and socialized properly, they can grow up to be great companions.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

You should set up Cavalier King Charles Spaniel training lessons at the first sign of aggression, because it could indicate a health problem.

Chihuahua

These feisty little dogs can be stubborn and possessive, but showing them who's boss will go a long way toward helping them behave well.

Cockapoo

With their high level of intelligence and eagerness to please their, Cockapoo training is typically not a difficult task.

Dachshund

Due to their history as badger-killing dogs, dachshund training is recommended, preferably while they're still younger than 14 weeks old.

English Bulldog

English Bulldog training starting at a young age can help curb their natural stubbornness and make them more sociable.

French Bulldog

Quality time and socialization are the keys to a well-behaved French Bulldog. And with some training, these dogs make excellent companions.

German Shepherd

When it comes to training, German Shepherds are extremely cooperative due to their high level of intelligence and ability to focus.

Golden Retriever

While Golden Retrievers are easy-to-train dogs, they require a lot of attention in order to prevent other behavior issues from surfacing.

Goldendoodle

Goldendoodles make great family dogs. But ensuring they get along with everyone requires they start socializing from a very young age.

Great Dane

The biggest challenge with training Great Danes is their size, which is why it's important to start when they're really young.

Havanese

Be sure to take into consideration this breed's sensitive personality if you opt to pursue Havanese training lessons.

Labradoodle

Labradoodles are great dogs for families; the combined traits of Poodles and Labs ensures they're protective, loyal and easy to train.

Labrador Retriever

This breed's high-energy lifestyle requires a lot of attention from their owners. To help set the stage, it's best to start training early.

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