Here are the 10 adorable dog breeds that are easy to train without obedience classes
If you’re planning on having a new puppy during the lockdown, you’re not alone – the Kennel Club says the number of people welcoming new dogs to their homes last year has climbed to around 250,000.
But choosing the right breed is absolutely essential – for example going for a small dog if you don’t have much room at home, or a hypoallergenic dog if you have allergies.
Another thing to be aware of is that some breeds are much more difficult to train than others – from heel walking to toilet training.
So if you don’t want the added expense of dog training lessons, or if you’re a new dog owner who’s nervous about the process, there are several dogs worth putting on top of. your wishlist.
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