Top 5 Most Stubborn Dog Breeds For Experienced Owners

Each dog breed has its own characteristics. Some dogs are very stubborn and dog experts warn that only experienced owners should get them.

Here is the list of the most stubborn dog breeds.

#1 Central Asian Shepherd Dog

Dogs of this breed are fearless and confident in their abilities. Their main instinct is protection. The Central Asian Shepherd Dog "protects" not only the owner but also the territory. They aren`t aggressive, but you will spend a lot of time and effort to raise this dog. You need to start training the dog as soon as you get a puppy.

With a job to do and a piece of property to protect, they will find the highest spot and keep an eye on all that happens.

#2 Chow Chow

Chow Chow is a very stubborn and independent dog. There can be only one owner for them. Chow-Chows are discerned of strangers and can become fiercely protective of their owners and property.

To avoid aggression and over-protectiveness you should start the socialization of the dog as early as possible. It will allow the dog to adjust.

#3 Tibetan Mastiff

The Tibetan mastiff is a great guard. The large size, fierce appearance, and loud barking can scare anyone. Dogs of this breed are very stubborn. But they are easy to train.

#4 Akita Inu

Akita Inu is a very brave and loyal dog. They will never abandon their owners. By nature, Akita Inu is very stubborn. Without training and socialization, they will be aggressive towards strangers and other animals. Training should be started as early as possible.

#5 English Bulldog

English Bulldogs have an incredibly calm nature. They are not very active and love to be lazy. At the same time, English Bulldog is one of the most stubborn dogs! They are very "moody." When the dog has "a bad day", he tries to do everything contrary to the owner. Bulldogs love to be in the spotlight. They are quite jealous of other pets.

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