Video of the program.
Is it just me, or does that Afghan bear an uncanny resemblance to Paris Hilton?
My mutt has tricked me into feeding him and walking behind him picking up his crap. That makes him slightly smarter than me.
Bulldog # 3 stupidest?
Looks like I’ll be having some fun disparaging my UGA friends this evening :)
The chow chow should be the #1 dumbest.
I find this list to be deeply disturbing!!
I totally concur with the ranking of the Basinji.
Those dogs are DUMBASS dumb.
Some friends had some, and they loved to “go outside”, and would run to the back door whenever you said those words.
They were in the front yard (outside), and the friend said “go outside” to the dogs. They ran in the open front door, ran to the back door, and whined excitedly for someone to open it so they could “go outside”.
One of them died and the other didn’t notice.
Yeah, I'd have to agree.....
I guess that explains my lab/beagle mix.
He tries oh so hard to copy his grandpa and be a good boy....he really does try....but he is just so retarded.
I love him to death but he is ain’t got a lick of sense.
Retarded fool....Loyal as heck and he will brighten your day instantly. But goofy as all getout.
We have a Border Collie, very smart!
Perhaps if they took that sweater off that bulldog he wouldn’t be considered so dumb...
And I also wonder if the test was really set up to fairly evaluate the hounds. They aren't known for being particularly good at things like obedience tests, but they do know their noses and how to follow a track, an equally difficult and useful skill, different part of the brain that has been bred for and developed over the years.
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Based on the few I've known, I would have to agree with their assessment of Beagles.
I’m willing to concede that Australian Cattle Dogs and Australian Shepards are at the top of the list. Anybody who has ever worked with these dogs would put them on the top ten list.
And I’m willing to put a bunch of dogs at the bottom.
But Poodles?? Aw, come on! I’d put my westies up again the poodles and Westies surely aren’t in the top ten. (Plus, the whole ‘foo foo’ thing just makes my skin crawl to the point where I don’t even look at poodles as being dogs as much as accessories).
So let me just apologize in advance to all the FR poodle lovers out there. I admit that I am heinously biased. And although I am unapologetic, I’m sure your particular poodle is undeserving of my skepticism. And I’m sure your grandchild is cute as well. (okay, that was just a gratuitious shot but I did mention that I was unrepentent didn’t I?)
A friend had a basset. Failed obedience school 3 times. Dumb
Beagles? I’m not sure if it’s dumb or they just refuse to be trained. One track minded, chase rabbits or anything else.
I had a border collie, oh I loved that dog. She could read my mind, do things before being told.
Chokes me up thinking about her.
If you have space for them to run, can keep them busy, it’s the only dog to have.
Have to give them puzzles or something to occupy their sharp mind though. They love a challenge.