the least obedient dog breeds in the world

Originally bred as an Irish hunting dog, the soft coated Wheaten terrier has been described as "an iron fist in a velvet glove" for their muscular body sheathed in a soft coat. 

Bedlington terriers, named for a small town in Northern England, share both the general physical makeup and the temperament of a sheep. 

Fox terriers are easily distinguishable from the stark contrast between the colorful coats, which cover their head, and the white coats that typically cover most of the rest of their bodies.  

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The curly coated retriever was originally bred in England for fetching waterfowl. It is important for owners of this breed to incorporate fun into the training process to keep the dog's attention. 

The Irish wolfhound is the tallest of all breeds officially recognized by the American Kennel Club, and while they stand 30 inches at a minimum 

Hungary's beautiful Kuvasz breed resembles American favorites such as the Labrador retriever and golden retriever 

The Australian shepherd is a high-energy breed with a relatively unknown origin story prior to its appearance in the U.S. Known for its territorial and protective nature 

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