I would have to say the Labrador. Here in Australia they are used in search and rescue, drug detection at our airports, guide dogs for the blind, and more.
Border Collie, Bel Malinois, German Shepherd, Labs, most herd dogs and retrievers. Although Standard Poodles are smart, too.
I think that Border Collie's and Jack Russel Terriers are both supposed to be among the most intelligent dogs out there. (And, after having owned a Border Collie mix, I can vouch for the fact that they are very, very smart!)
I think Border Collies and German Shepherds are probably the most intelligent.
by LondonGirl8 years ago
Anyone else got / had one as a pet?My family's beloved collie died in September from cancer, aged 12. RIP Polly.The family now has an adorable, lovely border collie puppy called Dylan.
by richtwf6 years ago
Would appreciate any personal views/opinions/experiences with regards to Border Collies. Also if you have very young children - what has been your experience with having children and having a Border Collie as a pet?...
by shibashake7 years ago
I have had German Shepards, mixed breeds, and more recently a Siberian Husky and Shiba Inu. So far, I am most impressed with the Siberian Husky. She has the nice spitz look, is a nice medium size, and absolutely loves...
by lovemydoggy2 years ago
I am heartbroken to even be considering this, however my springer spaniel/border collie who is 14 years old is having a lot of issues. He is basically deaf, can't hardly see, sleeps most of the day, he has also become...
by tksensei7 years ago
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by ark201013 months ago
Hi there I have a Border collie who is about 8 years old and isn't neutered.This morning he began to limp on his back legs - predominantly on his left leg. He seem to want to avoid weight on his back left leg as well,...
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