Dog raising is not something to be taken lightly. While many people think that there is no such thing as hardest dog breeds to train, only lack of good training is responsible, it should be taken into account that there are some dog breeds that are challenging to train than others.
If you are just beginning to become a dog owner, you should think carefully and wisely before selecting any one of the following hardest dog breeds to train:
This dog is also known as the gentle giant! Originally known as Rottweil butchers, They were used to pull carts loaded with meat and other products to markets in Germany. Rottweilers can weigh up to 140lbs and can grow up to 27 inches and their growl combined with their bulk is actually quite intimidating. Aside from their strength and size, Rottweilers want to know who really is the leader of the pact. If you fail to take that position, Rottweilers feel more than happy to take it from you! If you do not hesitate from showing some strong discipline and put out some groundwork, Rottweiler can become a loyal companion.
American Pit bull
They are very famous in the United States. In world War 2, American pit bull dogs were used as a mascot because of their bravery and spirit. However, it has been discovered that pit bull dogs are responsible for severe fatal dog bites than any other dogs. With careful and disciplined training, an American Pit Bull can become friendly and sociable pet.
German shepherds are very intelligent breed but they can be challenging to train as domestic pets. They were originally bred for herding sheep but after realizing their intelligence, they were promoted to be used in search and rescue, military , guide for blind people, and police assistance. German shepherds are big dogs with thick and heavy coats and they can grow up to 29 inches in height and can weigh up to 90lbs.
German shepherd are curious, lively, and are eager for activity in their daily life. They require strict training and some serious exercise each day.
West Highland White Terrier
They are more commonly known as ‘westies’. They are very famous for being Grandma’s adored breed. Only concern when raising these dogs is the difficulty in house training them. These Scottish terriers can only grow up to 11 inches in height and weigh 25lbs. But for such a small dog they need a heavy amount of exercise. In their native Scotland, they were used to hunt rodents, Westies love to be active and they are very intelligent as well.
Weimaraner are quite unique in appearance and temperament. Popularly known as the ‘grey ghost’, They have a peculiar thin grey coat and are known to stay close to their masters, well sometimes too close! They got their name from the Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, a nobleman in Germany who used theses dogs in large amounts in game hunting.
Weimaraner has incredible physical strength, endurance, and stamina making him challenging to train. If you think you can run away from them then think again because they are intelligent and well skilled at chasing.
They are vulnerable to seperation acute seperation anxiety if seperated from their master for a long period of time. Poorly trained weimaraner can be one of the hardest dog breeds to train and also harmful for other small pets in the neighborhood.