Top ten intimidating dogs
Top ten intimidating dogs
While the methods used to measure dog intelligence are controversial to say the least, there’s some consensus about which breeds are at the bottom of the canine class. Translation for non-Star Wars fans: They’re cute, but dumb. Mastiffs have brawn to spare, but somebody else will 6. Unlike many breeds that started as working dogs and became companions later on, the Pekingese was bred from the start to be the ultimate lap dog. Clearly, a lot of the brainpower of these scent hounds is reserved for processing the enormous amount of information they take in through their noses.Based on extensive research, here’s my list of the top 10 dumbest dog breeds on the planet. Intelligence has always taken a backseat to poofiness. When it comes to non-smelling-related tasks, they’re pretty much lost. These dogs are the fashion models of the canine world – thin, stylish, and all too often, 2. Bassets are so sweet and goofy looking, I almost feel guilty putting them on this list. Looks can be deceiving, but in this case they’re pretty much spot-on.
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Unfortunately, putting a doggy detective’s hat on them doesn’t seem to help much. But I gotta, because they really are some of the most dimwitted pups you’ll ever meet. These (literally) thick-headed dogs really as dumb as they look.
That doesn’t stop people from loving the breed though – in fact, it’s part of the charm.
The muzzle is long, and so affords the leverage for an extremely strong bite.
The Doberman stands on its toes (not the pads) and is not usually heavy-footed. Traditionally, the ears are cropped and posted, and the tail is docked. Dobermans have markings on the chest, paws/legs, muzzle, above the eyes, and underneath the tail.
Breed standards describe Doberman Pinschers as dogs of medium-large size with a square build and short coat.
They are compactly built and athletic with endurance and swiftness.There's plenty of valid reasons why you may want a guard or protection dog in your household.A well trained guard dog is a valuable family member who will work hard to protect his/her housemates and possessions.The Doberman is driven, strong, and sometimes stubborn.Owning one requires commitment and care, but if trained well, they can be wonderful family dogs. Dogs are known for being dumb, thanks in large part to unflattering portrayals in popular media (which I’ve long suspected of being controlled by cat people). Just because dogs run around in circles, slobber profusely, and drink out of the toilet on occasion doesn’t make them as dumb as rocks (rocks that they will probably try to eat when you’re not looking). Most of these dogs have trouble living up to Snoopy’s example (or Snoop Dogg’s example, for that matter). These adorable furry guys are the closest things you can get to a real life Ewok.