The joy that these animals can bring to your life can be felt by anyone who has owned a dog. It is not always easy to own a dog, and behavioral problems are often why people give their pets away. The good news is that with proper care and the right training techniques, any dog can be taught to behave. Some dog breeds are naturally more well-behaved than others, and you can discover a list of 5 by reading below.


Beagles were bred originally for hunting but are now used as sniffer dogs at airports and ports by customs agencies. The Beagle is a relatively easy-to-train and naturally calm dog. They are bold, intelligent, and even-tempered. 

Bernese Mountain Dog

The Bernese Mountain dog hails from Switzerland, known for its striking tri-colored coat. The Bernese Mountain Dog is one of the most popular working dogs today. It is an outgoing and friendly breed, with a stable, patient, and affectionate temperament, and is an easy breed to train and great with children.

Golden Retriever

Golden retrievers originated in Scotland as hunting dogs in the 19th century, and today they are one of the world’s most popular dogs. The golden retriever is adored for its sweet personality, carefree disposition, and even temperament. Gold retrievers are generally friendly to everyone they contact, indicating their true nature and why they do not make excellent guard dogs.

Labrador Retriever

The Labrador retriever is a popular family pet known for its calm temperament and demeanor, just like the Golden Retriever. This breed is widely used as a therapy dog, as a seeing-eye dog for the blind, as a drug and explosive detector dog, and in many other roles. In addition to their high intelligence and ability to respond well to training, the breed can seamlessly adapt to nearly any domestic environment. 


Named after the province in Canada from which the breed originates, Newfoundlands are gentle dogs known for their intelligence, despite their immense size and strength. The Newfoundland is a peaceful, loving, and calm dog. There is no doubt that temperament is the most important characteristic of the breed. Puppy Newfoundlands need obedience training from a very young age, as they can be boisterous, but they learn quickly. 

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Although there’s nothing wrong with bringing a well-behaved breed to our training facilities, Canine College accepts training any dog. Our team is well equipped to handle any breed and their needs! To get started with us today, feel free to call us at 781-767-3908. We look forward to hearing from you!

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