Dogs Experts Say Are Hardest to Train 

One of the most important things to do for a dog is to train them, in addition to providing them with love and care (and delicious food).  

The process of training may demand a little bit more patience and firm constancy in certain circumstances, 

particularly when dealing with the canines that are the most difficult to train. 

In her capacity as a certified dog expert and trainer with Pupford, Traci Madson explains that "some dogs do take longer to train than others." 

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Genetics and learning history, according to her, are two factors that really come into play here. 

If, for instance, your dog has a history of receiving inadequate reward, it may become 

challenging to teach them new dog instructions or to alter their behaviors. 

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