Winner Breeds

Dachshund
Dachshund

Basically, if you have enough patience and knowledge, you can teach your dog the key commands or tricks and its breed is not going to have any impact on the learning process. However, the tendencies of winners are clear while analyzing the most popular dog shows. So, how much impact does the breed can have on the abilities of your dog? Honestly, it might be more than 60%, as a result, some breeds are easier to train and win the first place. Here is the list of the breeds that are the most popular and usually the winners of dog shows.

Dachshund

Originally, this breed is very old, and dachshunds were used for hunting little animals like rabbits, squirrels, and foxes for a long time. The initial breed was featured by short legs, long body, dropped ears, and short wire hairs. Later, the great versatility has been invented, as a result, now it is possible to choose a dachshund of long hairs and other colors. Even though the dogs of this breed look a little funny, they are extremely smart and can detect different scents immediately. As a result, dachshunds can be easily trained, and they are strong competitors of shows, field trials, and hunting games organized through pure-bred dogs. Also, these dogs are very friendly and faithful, so they are perfect pets for older people or families with little kids.

Pekingese

Another breed of small and funny-looking dogs that are extremely smart. Pekingese is an old breed and was an unseparated attribute of the imperial family of China, so there is no surprise that in Chinese they are called “lion dogs”. The main characteristics of this breed are the flat face, large eyes, compact and muscular body, short legs, long hair, and fluffy tail. These dogs have never been used as hunting partners because they have breathing issues and cannot run a long distance. However, Pekingese dogs are smart and easy to be trained, also their beauty, dignity, and grace are irresistible, as a result, they can be seen on the stage in many authoritative dog shows.

Scottish Terrier

According to some resources, the first time when the Scottish terrier won the dog show was back in 1911. The breed originally came from Scotland and belongs to the family of terriers that includes a few other well-known dog breeds. The main characteristics are short and heavy legs, standing ears and tail, long hair, small and almond-shaped eyes, the color of their coat is dark brown, black, or sometimes white, and the body might be cut short. These little dogs are great guards, can bark very loudly, and move quickly. Because of their short legs, Scottish terriers are not able to run for a long time, but they are playful as family pets and intelligent competitors in different dogs shows.

Scottish Terrier

English Springer Spaniel

This breed belongs to the Spaniel family and it was invented as a gun dog for hunting and similar speed games. These dogs are medium-sized, have a compact and muscular body, medium-long legs, long hair, pendulous ears, and a strong furry tail. The coat can be mixed with two colors (black and dark brown) or three colors (black, brown, and white).  These dogs like long walks, running, and other physical activities.