The Intelligence of Dogs ranks 131 dog breeds based on how smart they are. It says that the border collie is the smartest dog breed ever.
The breed's emotional and cognitive intelligence receives high marks. In fact, according to Coren, the poodle is the second-smartest dog breed, right behind the border collie.
When it comes to intelligence, the German shepherd ranks second among herding dogs and third among all dogs, according to Dr. Stanley Coren.
Due to their desire to please their owners, these canines can be counted on to behave consistently in a variety of circumstances.
These tough, elegant-appearing, robustly athletic creatures are ideal guard dogs due to their fearlessness, speed, and stamina.
Shelties are exceptional at learning new commands after only a few repetitions because they are eager to please and motivated to keep trying until they succeed.
Coren ranks it as the seventh most intelligent dog breed, citing its extraordinary sense of smell and ability to make sound decisions based on it.
Their cheerful, outgoing demeanor is accompanied by a strong aptitude for learning and obedience, as well as a desire to please.
Because of their superior intelligence, loyalty, and awareness, rottweilers are frequently used in law enforcement, security, and other high-stakes roles.
A challenge for city dwellers or those without the means to keep their small herder stimulated & occupied, the Australian cattle dog is highly motivated to perform its duties.