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When they get bored, they can dig holes in the garden and have the zoomies constantly. Training is crucial for an Airedale Terrier and regular walks and trips to the park.
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These dogs know they’re strong and like to believe they’re the boss. They’re also very moody and tend to have dramatic mood swings that can cause them to become aggressive when they feel threatened.
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They have a lot of energy that needs to be taken care of, or they will try anything to get out into the world, including digging and jumping fences.
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Australian Cattle Dogs are herding dogs known to have a stubborn streak. They’re incredibly intelligent and tend to be little tricksters. They will find a way to get you to give in to their demands.
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Border Collies are adorable with their fluffy fur and cute expressions. However, these pups were bred to herd livestock; if you don’t have any livestock, they might get bored and easily get into trouble.
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