Known for strong wills and independence, Siberian Huskies can be challenging to train. Regular reinforcement is key with this active breed.
With aloof and independent personalities, Afghan Hounds will often ignore commands from owners.
Chinese Shar-Peis are often distrustful of strangers and very strong-willed. Early socialization and firm leadership is essential.
Chow Chows are very stubborn and suspicious of strangers. They require extensive obedience training starting at a young age.
While generally mild-mannered, Bulldogs can be stubborn. Positive reinforcement training methods work best for this breed.
Driven by scent, Beagles can be challenging to train and recall. Use high-value treats and keep training sessions short.
Pekingese can be obstinate and willful. Use gentle, consistent training methods focused on positive reinforcement.