Working Group

Working dogs are eager to please, fast to learn, and alert. These dogs were specifically bred to perform a certain task.

As true assistants of the men, they have developed certain skills that made them powerful in performing certain tasks.

Working dogs are superb when it comes to guarding properly, performing water tasks, or pulling sleds.

Some of the most famous representatives of this group include Doberman Pinscher, Great Dane, and Bernese Mountain Dog. Opposite to companion dogs, working dogs are always used to perform a certain task.

They are usually very well trained and love being busy. They can perform a wide range of different tasks.

As such, working dogs can be busy working as assistance dogs, guard dogs, service dogs, military working dogs, or therapy dogs.

The number of duties that they can perform is broad and will vary from breed’s traits what kind of job they will perform. Working dogs are frequently seen in various dog competitions where they excel.

The energy level of working dogs will always depend on their task. They are commonly great when it comes to recalling training.

Working dogs thrive on action, and as such, they will demand physical activity and routine shaped to meet their needs.

They are always ready to hit the trail. Working dogs also differ when it comes to size, from medium-sized such as the Standard Schnauzer, to large dogs such as Great Date, or Leonberger.

Since they are used to working next to humans, these dogs will always react well to training – still, some breeds tend to be more stubborn, and will need more time to sink in training lesions.

Last, but not least when it comes to working, they are extremely serious – they take their work seriously.

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