Least Obedient Dog Breeds in the World

t's important to remember that every dog has its own personality and genetic makeup, so a lot of kindness and patience goes a long way in teaching them obedience 

Originally bred to guard royalty in Japan, Akitas were also used for hunting wild game. Although they are affectionate pups, their guarding instincts make them wary of strangers. 

Akitas are also known for having complex personalities, which makes them a challenge for obedience training. 

Like other terriers, the Lakeland terrier is a bold, energetic dog that needs a lot of exercise and attention.  

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Although Lhasa apsos look like beautiful little lap dogs, they're one of the toughest and strong-willed canines of the smaller dog breed group.  

Lhasa apsos are comical pups that are also smart enough to charm their way out of any situation, so it's crucial to instill firm discipline when they are young. 

Bull terriers are friendly, exuberant dogs that are often compared to toddlers for their naughty behavior. They are somewhat stubborn dogs that will push the limit 

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