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Dogs are really intelligent?
There is no question that dogs are intelligent. Because they can learn a lot of commands. They are also able to recognize and classify the feelings of us humans. Based on our facial expressions or voice pitch, they can tell whether we are angry or sad, for example.
In addition, dogs have something similar to a sense of guilt. If they have done something forbidden, dogs are often quite aware of it. The question here is rather how intelligent dogs are.
Dogs can interpret gestures?
So dogs can interpret our facial expressions and gestures and also have something like a guilty conscience. That they have a real sense of guilt is not yet proven.
But that they know what they are allowed to do and what they are not allowed to do is clear. Moreover, they can understand up to 250 words.
Dogs getting intelligent by routine?
Also, dogs can form something like a routine in relation to some things. This means that if the dog always gets its food at six o’clock in the evening, it will sit in front of its bowl at six o’clock on the dot and wait. It can be the same when going for a walk.
If you walk the same route a few times, you will notice that the dog will aim for the same route again on subsequent walks.
However, it must be said that the intelligence of dogs can vary from breed to breed. There are dog breeds that are more intelligent than others or where intelligence differs greatly in certain areas.
Whats the intelligent dog breeds ranking?
According to psychologists and dog researchers, one of the most intelligent dog breeds is the Border Collie. This is followed by the Golden Retriever, the Doberman and also the Poodle. Among the smart and funny dogs, according to studies, are the greyhound and also the French bulldog.