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I just found this:"There are some dogs that are simply easier to train than others. While there are some who may argue breed plays a large role in determining whether or not a particular dog will be easy to train, there are others who believe temperament is much more important in determining which dogs will be easiest to train. In general a dog with a submissive temperament and a will to please should be rather simple to train while a more dominant dog with less of a will to please may be more difficult to train. Intelligence also plays a role in how easy it will be train a dog. However, a more accurate indication of how easy it will be to train a particular dog relies on a combination of both intelligence and temperament. This article will explore both intelligence and temperament in terms of how they relate to training a dog."so... where are we?
This should turn into a poll Then why conventional wisdom says cats cannot be trained?Domestic meow-meow cats (because tigers and lions can)
Imagine someone is trying to teach their dog something, but the dog isn't doing what's expected.There seem to be at least 3 posibilities.The dog is too dumb to learnThe dog is too smart to learnThe owner is too dumb to teach.How can you tell which is which?