10 Least obedient dog breeds

1. Soft coated Wheaten terrier

The soft-coated Wheaten terrier was first bred as an Irish hunting dog. 

2. Bedlington terrie

Bedlington terriers get their name from a small town in Northern England. They look and act like sheep and are named after that town.

3. Smooth fox terrier

Fox terriers are easy to spot because their colourful heads stand out against their white bodies.

4. Curly coated retriever

The curly-coated retriever was first made in England to catch ducks. It's important for people who own this breed of dog to make training fun so that the dog stays interested.

5. Irish wolfhound

The Irish wolfhound is the tallest dog breed that the American Kennel Club officially recognises. They stand at least 30 inches tall, but they are very gentle giants.

6. Kuvasz 

The beautiful Kuvasz breed comes from Hungary. It looks like American favourites like the Labrador retriever and golden retriever, but its snow-white coat makes it stand out.

7. Australian shepherd

The Australian shepherd is a breed of dog with a lot of energy. Before it came to the U.S., not much was known about where it came from. 

8. Saluki 

Salukis come from the Middle East, and they look a lot like greyhounds. It's the second fastest breed in the world.

9. Finnish spitz

Finnish spitzs, also called "Finkies" affectionately, are some of the loudest and most vocal dogs in the world. While this may be annoying to some dog lovers.

The origin of the word "pointer" is pretty clear. The companions of these runners stand facing in a certain direction, which is especially helpful for hunters trying to find game birds.

10. Pointer 

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