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There are so many dog breeds to choose from. You can either get the toy dog breeds or those types that are bred for hunting, retrieving and some with towering sizes. Or, you can also adopt from a shelter. However, if you are fixed with choosing on a specific breed, be sure enough to research the tendency of having this breed inside the household.

Look up for the advantages and disadvantages, the medical issues and the training requirements of the breed you’re going after. Some breeds are hyperactive since they are bred for activity. While some are bred because of their strong personality and leadership capabilities.

If you are a first-time owner, you might want to steer away from dogs that are hard to train. In this article, we’ll be tackling dog breeds that are hard to train and why is it hard to do so.

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Rottweiler

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They grow into the humongous size and not to mention the intimidating appearance. They are known to be very strong, physically and emotionally. Although it has been embedded that this dog breed has a bad impression among others, they are extremely loyal to their owners. With that, socializing makes an issue.

They are very protective of their owners and when training and socializing is not done early on, there lies the problem. They are also stubborn as well and sometimes will not listen even to their owners.

American Pit Bull Terrier

This dog breed is bred for fighting. Aggression is a concern with this one. Aside from being loyal and playful, they are also known to be temperamental. They are known to be very strong and forceful. Their playfulness is sometimes translated into a strong tackle but when you train them with patience and dedication, they’ll be an athletic teddy bear in no time.

Bullmastiff

This dog breed is known to overgrow their owners. They are people-pleasers. They love human attention but not so much when interacting with other dogs. Training would be hard because of their stubborn nature. In addition, you’ll have to deal with the drooling also.

Chinese Shar-Pei

Even though this dog breed looks like they like to cuddle and hugs, don’t be deceived with its appearance. They are extremely territorial and they are not so friendly as to what you’d expect them to be. Since they are very territorial, owners have to restrain from their dog from other animals and strangers.

Afghan Hound

Although this breed is known to be one of the smarter, they are compared to having a personality of a cat. Why? This is due to the fact that they tend to do whatever that they want, whenever they want. Usually, when training, this dog breed will ignore your commands and training prompts. It is wise to keep this information in mind especially when you’re thinking of going with this breed.

Basset Hound

This dog is known to hunt and follow their nose all throughout. As long as there is something that bothers your dog in terms of smell, he will follow that scent regardless of what you order him. Usually, positive reinforcement works best with training a Basset Hound but these habits are not easy to break away from since that is their way of life.

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