The world's most misbehaved dog breeds, according to statistics

Stanley Coren, a neuropsychologist, set out in 1994 to write 

"The Intelligence of Dogs"—a comprehensive guide to the mental processes of domestic dogs.

 A total of 208 obedience judges—representing half of all North American judges

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from the American and Canadian Kennel Clubs were surveyed extensively for Coren's research

 Soft-coated Wheaten Terrier - Soft-coated Wheaten terriers,

originally Irish hunting dogs, are described as "an iron fist in a velvet glove"

Bedlington terrier - Bedlington terriers, named for a Northern England town,

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