Breed of Dogs That Can’t be Trained

Most of us are sure that any dog can be trained, even if it is the most basic. And in fact, what is so difficult, it would seem, in executing the commands “Lie down!”, “Sit!”, “Give me a paw!”?

Few people know that there are breeds that do not give in to training not because of a lack of intelligence or stubbornness, but because of their natural characteristics.

The Bloodhound

Dogs of this breed learn it the most difficult. They are considered very naughty and spoiled, and both of these qualities, according to breeders, are becoming more pronounced from generation to generation.


This breed is decorative, so it does not differ in service qualities. Pekingese are very fond of their owners, but they treat them a little haughtily, so they are not in a hurry to execute commands.

The Basset hound

First of all, this is a hunting breed – and often, apart from hunting, Bassets are not interested in anything, they are very phlegmatic.Basenji
A unique ancient breed that can’t bark. Basenji can spend hours caressing their master, and love does not involve submission!Beagle
Beagles are infantile by nature, very tame and playful, so training is not for them.

The Afghan hound

An ancient breed, aristocrats among dogs. Their intelligence, independence and grace resemble cats, with which they get along wonderfully and even encourage them to joint adventures – for example, a RAID on the refrigerator. However, there is only one opinion for them – their own.

Russian Greyhound

It resembles the character of an Afghan Greyhound, but the character is even more complex, although characterized by a much more noticeable good nature.


An ancient breed created for protection, very hardy and, despite the external “plush”, quite unkind. To train Chow-Chow absolutely not adapted.


Bulldogs are self – respecting philosophers who consider it beneath their dignity to spend energy on executing commands.



The mind of mastiffs is their main advantage. But it also tells them that it doesn’t make sense to follow human commands.