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A Miniature Schnauzer!
My boy is very good at the agility ropes, and a fast learner and very into what he does. Can be a sass, but listens well all in all.
 

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I would also love to say a yorkie on this post but mine is soo hard to train.. I guess all yorkies are like that.. anyone else have troubled experience training there yorkie?
 

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I would also love to say a yorkie on this post but mine is soo hard to train.. I guess all yorkies are like that.. anyone else have troubled experience training there yorkie?
Not at all..

Yorkies are EXTREMLY intelligent...Although they can be a little pig headed (like most terriers) they are VERY easily trained dogs.. My girl catches on to things VERY easily.. Sometimes it scares me.

She would be an amazing sport dog with the right handler.
 

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Yorkies as a breed are very highly trainable. They're super intelligent and pretty interested in pleasing their people. If you're having trouble training your dog, I'd look into some different methods of training and try to evaluate any mental/emotional problems she might have, or a lifestyle that might be pushing her towards avoiding following commands and learning from you.
 

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I forgot to mention chihuahuas. They can be great little agility dogs.
Lucy would kick some serious butt in agility if I had the resources right now.
 

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