It's time to put an end to those weekly arguments that take place in the dog park.
If you are seeking for a solid response to the topic of whether or not your puppy is brighter than the ordinary dog,
then the book "The Intelligence of Dogs," which was written by Stanley Coren in 2006 and is a professor of canine psychology,
is a good reference point. In the community of people who are passionate about dogs,
it is largely acknowledged that it is a true reflection of the trainability and overall intelligence
of breeds that are recognized by the American and Canadian Kennel Clubs.
The breeds that performed the best in terms of learning new commands were those that required the least amount of time.