The Difficultest Dogs to Train, Per Experts

According to Traci Madson, a Pupford trainer and certified dog specialist, "some dogs do take longer to train."

Some are just more motivated to please and learn new behaviors or dog tricks that result in rewards, while others can be more apathetic.

She claims that understanding history and genetics are major factors in this.

 For instance, it could be challenging to teach your dog new commands or modify their behavior if they have a history of receiving inadequate reinforcement.

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Additionally, compared to dogs who are highly motivated by delicious dog treats, dogs with low food motivation may be more difficult to train.

Training ease can also be impacted by other factors like age, distinct personalities, and separation anxiety.

Experts in dog behavior have listed some of the most challenging canines to teach, which we have highlighted.

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