These are the hardest dog breeds to train

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Bloodhound - Bloodhounds are hunting dogs known for their exceptional sense of smell. However, their instincts and self-reliance can pose a challenge during training.

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Jack Russell Terrier - This small, powerful breed was bred for fox hunting. They have a very high prey drive, which makes them one of the hardest dogs to train.

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Chihuahua - As the world's smallest dogs, Chihuahuas are also one of the most aggressive and independent breeds, a combination that makes them hard to train. 

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Border Collie - Regarded as one of the smartest dogs, they can present destructive or obsessive behaviors if not given plenty of exercise.

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Australian Cattle Dog - Bred to herd sheep, the Australian Cattle Dog needs robust daily exercise and early training to produce the results you desire.

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Bullmastiff - Originally bred to protect estates in Victorian England, these natural guard dogs can be challenging to train due to their independent nature.

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Rottweiler - Although they're one of the most intelligent breeds, Rottweilers can be a bit stubborn and aloof, which can make training difficult. 

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American Pit Bull Terrier - Long bred for their aggression and fighting skills, this doesn't mean this breed can't be well-behaved and loving. 

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Affenpinscher - While smart, these pooches are independent and in need of consistent obedience training. 

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St. Bernard - This giant-loving breed is highly intelligent, but they're very independent. Training early should help them learn to obey commands. 

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