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Best dog breed?
Me and my friend are doing a contest to see if we can fully train our new dog that were going to get but i need to know the best dog breeds and male or female so please help
Answer from: blablablah
They are basicly the same but my miniachure pinscher seems best behaved (even when i just brought it)
Answer from: Maria
I hold its a husky. my husky is in the champion ship :)
Answer from: yay
Golden retriever girl it easy to learn :D
Answer from: Doris
It all depends on the temprament (sp?). It tells you a brief outline when you click on buy, where it tells you if its a girl or boy. Ones that are calm are usually the easiest. Hope this helps :)
Answer from: NintendogsLover
I would say golden retriever. and i dont think gender matters:)
Answer from: sunnybum
Frenchies r the best they r easy to train and my frenchie is a champion disc and lure puppy and obedience wise she has learned all the tricks and is in the master cup! So frenchies r defiently the way to go
Answer from: Vanity<3
It depends on the personality. I have found that dogs that are 'Sharp as a tack' or 'sharp minded' do the best at obedience. But besides that, any dog can become a champ! :D Good luck!
Answer from: Sweetness
I agree with the personality, I got a Boxer and she was the champ in the obidience, disc, and lure. So I got another one and he could not do anything. It was because of his personality. My champ was "as sharp as a tack" and my other one was "laid back."
Answer from: lugianna
My siberian husky has beaten both disc catching and lure coursing, it does help to to read the dogs description at the kennels because certain breeds say their sporty etc.
Answer from: Person
ROBOPUP!!! You have to get a TON of trainer points and get a lot of recyclable materials to buy the voucher from our friend Mr.R, but it's totally worth it!
Answer from: LANDlubber
I have a Welsh Corgi who made it through the Junior and Amature cup with no training for the disc competition, they may has short legs but they can still catch!
Answer from: Saiphz
There isn't a best breed. My advice is train in the seaside park for disc competitions, it trains the dog to not be bothered by sand. I always use a lure that's one step above the normal for lure courses as well. Lots of training helps. I'm not really into obedience trials do I can't help you there. It mostly depends on personality.
Answer from: ERB000
Er..... I would say that any dog that has the personality 'This young (insert gender here) is as sharp as a tac'. It means that they are really smart. If you wants to do well in the other comps, get a big dog, great dane or german shepherd preferably, 'cause they are really fast and can jump really high. So just get a big, smart pooch! Hope I helped :)
Answer from: Expertgirl
I say its the robopup due to them being fast and quick learners. You need about 11,00 owner points and you need to go to Mr.R and trade a voucher. ROBO PUPS ARE FREE TO GET FROM KENNEL!
Answer from: Meterstick4
I would say a Sheltie they always win Disc and Lure Comp. Even though there barks can get annoying!
Answer from: joejoe
Dalmatian my dog learned all the tricks in 3-4 weeks and is a Nintendo champ on every thing like i said 3-4weeks
Answer from: Cocoa
There is no best breed, although there are the PERSONALITIES that make it either harder or easier to train. My opinion is a German Shepherd Dog, as my dog, Raven (a black GSD) in my N+C game has a great personality. My Welsh Corgi, Milo, is well nbehaved and wags for both friends and strangers, though the latter wouldn't be that helpful. This insert gender here is as sharp as a tack is great for the Obedience Trials. The big dogs, such as: Labs, Golden Retrievers, Robopups, Dalmatians, German Shepherds, Great Danes, Boxers, and some more are great for all three competitions.
Answer from: Person
My cavalier is a lure champion, but the body and personality matters. :) my cavalier is happiest when playing with her toys! (I also train her a lot)
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