There are lots of dogs who are easy to train, and then there are the stubborn pups. These dogs may be less active or easily distracted, or just have an independent mind that makes them more difficult to train than others. This doesn't mean they are a bad choice as a pet, but they may be better suited to owners who aren't into training. If you choose a stubborn breed as your best furry furiend, you should be prepared to spend a lot of time training, or get them enrolled in an obedience class to let a professional help you get through to your thick-headed doggo. To help you decide if a certain pup is for you, here are the top 11 most stubborn dog breeds.